Cross-Chain Swapper

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Bridge in-wallet with Phantom

With our Cross-Chain Swapper, you can easily convert or swap tokens between different networks, such as Solana, Ethereum, and Polygon, directly within your Phantom Wallet.

How Cross-Chain Swapper works

Step 1: Go to the Swap tab (🔁)

Step 2: Select the chain you’d like to bridge from and the token you’d like to send (example: ETH)

Step 3: Select the chain you’d like to bridge to and token you’d like to receive (example: USDC on SOL)

Step 4: Enter how much you’d like to bridge and a quote will load showing the amount of tokens you will receive on the destination chain. Click Review Order to proceed

Step 5: Review the transaction details and click Swap to submit

That’s it! We’ll keep you updated on the status of your bridge transaction in the Activity tab (⚡).

Cross-Chain Swapper was one of our most-requested features. And now, it’s here in beta. We'll continue to develop it as we progress, ensuring you have the best possible bridge experience.

The following video will teach you how to bridge tokens across chains with Cross-Chain Swapper.

What chains are supported?

Solana, Ethereum, and Polygon

What tokens are supported?

You can swap any token on the origination chain for USDC on the destination chain.

For example, you can swap ETH/Polygon USDC to Solana USDC, or vice versa. 

Here is the complete list of tokens that can be bridged:

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What bridge providers are supported?

Our Cross-Chain Swapper is powered by Li.Fi, a bridge and DEX aggregation protocol. To support the origination chain swaps, we use 0x (for Ethereum and Polygon) and Jupiter (for Solana).

For Ethereum <> Polygon, the following bridge providers are supported: Celer, Hop, Allbridge, Polygon POS, Stargate, Across, and CCTP.

Allbridge is the only bridge provider supported for For EVM <> Solana. We’ll be adding support for more bridge providers in the near future.

How long does a transaction take?

Bridges can take anywhere from a few minutes to as long as an hour depending on network congestion and various other factors. We always show you the ETA of your transaction and keep you posted with real-time updates in the Activity tab. And soon, we'll have a feature that allows you to track the progress of your bridge in our mobile app.

How does Refuel work?

The option to use Refuel will only be displayed if we detect you don’t have enough native tokens on the destination chain. Toggle on “Refuel” if you’d like to receive gas on the destination chain along with your bridged tokens.

Refuel is paid from a portion of the tokens being bridged from the origination chain.

Example: If a user is bridging from ARB on Ethereum to USDC on Polygon, ARB would be used to pay for Refuel.

Does Phantom charge any fees?

We charge a 0.85% transaction fee on some swap pairs.

What fees am I paying when I use the Cross-Chain Swapper?

Fees are determined based on the tokens being bridged. When you use Cross-Chain Swapper, you may pay the following fees:

  • Phantom fee: 0.85%
  • Transaction fee: To pay for the receiving transactions on the destination chain, you pay a transaction fee. It's paid in the native token of the origination chain and is attached to the transaction you submit. These fees vary by chain and depend on the cost of gas at the time of the transaction. It does not depend on the transfer amount.
  • Bridge provider fees: These vary depending on provider, and are typically a small percentage (usually around 0.3%) of the amount transferred.

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