How to bridge native USDC from Polygon to | Avalanche | Polygon | BSC | ?
The procedure is exactly the same from Polygon to all 3 native USDC bridges “destination chains” : Ethereum | BSC | Avalanche
The bridge is very fast . However it still has to be processed on the destination chain. The time it takes depends mostly on the destination chain.
Switching to the destination chain
Recommended to switch from Polygon to the destination chain within the relay Bridge App. This will automatically switch MetaMask as well.
In case this is your first time you ever used the destination change this will also import the correct destination chain settings from the Bridge App into MetaMask.
In our below example we choose Avalanche .
When we select avalanche we get the below pop-up: (make sure all pending confirmations from the source chain are processed.) Just select Switch Network.
How can I add the token contracts on the destination chain (Avalanche – Ethereum – BSC ) ?
Remember every token that is bridged has a different token contract on every chain. So choose the correct corresponding contract from the list below. You only have to do this once per token on every chain you use. Once done the tokens you bridged will be visible on the destination chain.
When you transferred USDC from Polygon to Avalanche
Importing the native USDC contracts on the Avalanche chain:
You can copy paste this USDC contract for Avalanche in the box below: 0xa7d7079b0fead91f3e65f86e8915cb59c1a4c664
When you transferred USDC from Polygon to Ethereum
Importing the native USDC token contracts on the Ethereum chain:
You can copy paste this USDC contract for Ethereum in the box below: 0xa0b86991c6218b36c1d19d4a2e9eb0ce3606eb48
When you transferred USDC from Polygon to BSC
Importing the native USDC token contracts on the BSC chain:
You can copy paste this USDC contract on Binance Smart Chain (BSC) in the box below: 0x8ac76a51cc950d9822d68b83fe1ad97b32cd580d
After the correct token contracts are imported the tokens should be visible.
These complete steps are also in the tutorial Video below.