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ETH-Polygon Bridge Guide
In this guide, we will explain to you how to use the official Polygon Bridge.
Step 1. You need to possess PERI Token on your Ethereum wallet
Step 2. You need to possess ETH on your Ethereum wallet to pay for the bridge transaction fee
To connect Polygon Mainnet, Users should add network address on their Metamask.
Step 1. Open the Metamask app on your web browser and click the right top Network icon.
Step 2. Press ‘Custom RPC’.
Step 3. Fill contents as below:
And click ‘Save’
Step 2. Before you connect the wallet to the Polygon bridge website, the network of your wallet should be set at the Ethereum mainnet.
Step 3. Connect your wallets and Click ‘Sign’ button.
Step 4. Click ‘Apps’ on the right top conner and choose ‘Polygon Wallet’.
Step 5. Search PERI on search box.
Step 6. Click ‘Deposit’ button to transfer PERI from Ethereum Mainnet to Matic(Polygon) Mainnet.
Step 7. On the bridge screen, select ‘PERI Token’ from the dropdown menu or this will be automatically selected if you go through the previous processing.
Step 8. Input amounts of PERI Token that you want to transfer into the Polygon network and click ‘Transfer’ button.
Step 9. After the transfer button is clicked, you will see these pages to continue transfer.
Step 10. Click ‘Confirm’ button.
Step 11. The transaction is processing and when progress approached to the confirmed period. Click ‘Continue’ button.
Step 12. At this point, your wallet will be asked for gas fee to transfer into polygon network. Check the gas fee and click the ‘Confirm’ button.
Step 13. Wait until the transfer in progress is completed. It regularly takes 7–8 mins.
Step 14. Once the transfer is completed, PERI token will be successfully added to your meta mask wallets in the Polygon network.
Step 15. To see details about holding PERI on Matic Mainnet(Polygon Network), you have to add Peri Token in the wallet.
Click ‘Add Token’ button. And insert PERI contract address at Polygon:
And Click ‘Next’, ‘Confirm’.
Also, you can see PERI contract address details on the Polygonscan page: