How to Bridge from BNB Chain to Ethereum Mainnet

Celer cBridge makes it quick, easy, and secure to bridge assets like USDT, USDC, and more from BNB Chain to Ethereum Mainnet and from Ethereum Mainnet to BNB Chain by following these simple steps:

Step 1:

Connect your wallet by clicking on the “Connect Wallet” button to begin your cross-chain transfer.

Step 2:

Select “BNB Chain” in the “From” dropdown menu, select “Ethereum Mainnet” in the “To” dropdown menu, and then select the asset type you wish to bridge to Ethereum.

Please Note: You will have to switch your wallet’s network to BNB Chain in order to perform the cross-chain bridging of your selected token from Binance to Ethereum.

(If you do not know how to add BNB to MetaMask follow the tutorial here)

Step 3:

Input the amount of the token you selected that you would like to transfer from Binance to Ethereum in the “Send:” field. The estimated amount of that asset that is to be bridged to Ethereum will be displayed in the “Receive (estimated)” field.

Step 4:

Review all of the Ethereum bridge transfer information and cost estimates.

*NB this is important, check you are happy with the fees you are being asked to pay and pay attention to the amount of the token you are exchanging for that you are going to receive 

If all of the cross-chain bridging transaction information is correct and acceptable, click the “Transfer” button and approve the transaction prompts to begin the cross-chain transfer.

Step 5:

Wait for your cross-chain bridge transaction to Ethereum Mainnet to complete. You will then receive your bridged tokens on Ethereum.

Please Note: Most cross-chain transfers are completed almost instantaneously, however some may take as long as 20 minutes to complete depending on how much traffic the chain is experiencing.

If you wish to see more details about the bridge transaction from Binance to Ethereum, you can click the links in your “Transfer History” tab.

For a more in-depth step-by-step guide on cross-chain transfers and crypto bridging see the full tutorial on the CelerNetwork website here:

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