How to bridge from Ethereum to Cronos
Aussie investors can easily and quickly bridge funds from Ethereum to Cronos with MetaMask by using the Synapse protocol. On Synapse, you can bridge multiple tokens to Cronos from Ethereum, including USDT, USDC, DAI, SYN, gOHM, nUSD & nETH.
Follow this quick guide to bridge assets to Cronos:
- Visit the Synapse protocol and connect your MetaMask Wallet.
- Select 'Ethereum' and 'Cronos' as your two networks.
- Enter the amount you want to bridge from ETH to Cronos.
- Press 'Approve' and follow the prompts on your MetaMask wallet.
Cronos RPC Details for MetaMask
Before you transfer your funds to the Cronos network, you will need to add it to your MetaMask wallet, if you don’t already have it. To do this, simply open your MetaMask, tap ‘Networks’ and click ‘Add a Network’. You will be redirected to a form where you must input the Cronos network RPC details. Below you can find the verified Cronos RPC details:
- Network Name: Cronos
- New RPC URL: https://evm-cronos.crypto.org
- ChainID: 25
- Symbol: CRO
- Block Explorer URL: https://cronos.crypto.org/explorer/
Ethereum to Cronos Bridging Fees
When bridging cryptocurrencies from the Ethereum network to the Cronos Network via Synapse, two fees are involved: the bridging and network transaction (gas) fee. Both transactions will cost you up to $30AUD to move your funds to the Cronos network. The fees on the Ethereum network are costly, but once your funds are on Cronos, the cost to transfer assets is about $1 per transaction.
To conclude, the best and most cost-effective way to bridge from Ethereum to the Cronos network is through the Synapse protocol. It offers low fees, fast transaction speeds, and 24/7 customer support via Discord and Telegram. The entire process only takes around 5 minutes to process and you can immediately begin interacting with the Cronos network.