The TokenBridge allows users to transfer data (e.g. digital asset ownership information) between two chains in the Ethereum ecosystem. Cross-chain bridges provide fast and secure connections between blockchains, creating scalability and connection - interoperability - between Ethereum networks.
TokenBridge docs are organized in the sidebar menu.
Arbitrary Message Bridge (AMB): A bridge designed for universal cross-chain data transfer. Includes parameters, how-tos and examples.
Bridge-by-bridge details. Each section includes technical and connection details as well as links to examples and use-cases.
xDai Bridge: ERC20-to-Native TokenBridge implementation
ETH-xDai AMB: AMB between Ethereum and xDai, includes the Multi-token bridge extension.
Rinkeby-xDai AMB: AMB between Rinkeby testnet and xDai. Used for xMOON projects.
Kovan-Sokol AMB: Useful for testing applications and extensions.
ETH-POA AMB: AMB between Ethereum mainnet and POA Network.
ETH-ETC AMB: AMB between Ethereum Mainnet and Ethereum Classic. Used to create WETC on Ethereum.
ETH-qDai AMB: Bridge between the experimental Quorum chain and the Ethereum Mainnet.
ETH-BNC Bridge: combines the TokenBridge + a Threshold Signature Scheme approach to bridge between Ethereum and Binance Chain.
The following bridges are fully-functional in production environments:
POA Bridge (POA network to Eth Mainnet):The POA Bridge was the first EVM cross-chain production bridge in existence.
xDai Bridge (Eth Mainnet to xDai Network): The xDai chain uses the ERC20-to-Native TokenBridge functionality to provide fast, inexpensive and stable transactions.
Eth Classic Bridge (Eth Classic to Eth Mainnet): The Eth Classic Bridge connects ETC to ETH, where ETC is available as WETC.