How to Bridge SUSHI to Fuse Network
The Fuse Network's blockchain's interoperability with other chains has increased a lot during the last year and especially in the last few months. In addition to the FuseFi powered bridges to Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain (BSC), Fuse Network is now supported by such fungible token multichain bridges as Multichain (formerly Anyswap), Elk Finance, Connext and ChainPort.
Currently, SUSHI token transfers are only available on the FuseFi-powered Fuse-Ethereum bridge. Below you can find a step-by-step tutorial on how to use that bridge to move SUSHI to Fuse Network to get started on our platform.
Technically, it is also possible to bridge SUSHI to Fuse Network using ChainPort. However, we do not recommend doing this as this will create another wrapper of the SUSHI token on Fuse Network in addition to the currently existing one and lead to liquidity fragmentation.
We will be updating this tutorial as SUSHI is added by our other bridge providers.
Use the “Connect to a wallet” button at the top right (see the image above) to connect your wallet to FuseFi. Once you connect you should be able to see your wallet address and see the network you are connected to (in this case Ethereum).
Select “SUSHI” from the asset dropdown and enter the amount of SUSHI you want to transfer from Ethereum to Fuse Network. Then, click on “Approve SUSHI” and approve the transaction on Metamask or another wallet you are using. Then, you will need to do the same for initiating the transfer to Fuse Network.
Once you have approved the transfer, you will need to wait for two confirmations on Ethereum.
Once this second transaction is confirmed on-chain the SUSHI balance on the same address on Fuse Network will be credited with the amount of SUSHI transferred. You can check your Fuse address balance on our explorer.
That's it, you can now use SUSHI on Fuse to trade or provide liquidity on Fuse.