The f(x)Bridge is a cross-chain bridging service that supports cross-chains internally (between f(x)Core and other Function X chains) and among other chains (Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain etc). Through decentralized validators we can safely move assets between f(x)Core and different chains. This comes with high transaction speed, low transaction cost, ability to trade assets, and other useful scenarios.
How to use the f(x)Bridge to do cross-chain transfer?
1. Go to the “f(x)Bridge” module in CryptoBnk.
2. Click on "Make Transfer" to start cross-chain transfer.
3. Choose “From” and “To” network types and the assets that you want to transfer.
4. Enter transfer amount and the the destination address.
5. confirm the transaction info and then send the transaction.
What is network fee?
A fixed network fee will be charged according to different networks. The amount differs within different blockchains.
All cross-chain transfers from Function X Network to a non-Function X blockchain network(e.g. Ethereum) require Bridge Fee for execution. The fees are paid in FX , this fees will cover the costs of Function X Validators who serve as the relayers to process the cross-chain transactions for you.
There is no Bridge Fee required for those who transfer cross-chain assets into Function X Network or within Function X Network.
Please don't use FX Bridge to deposit to any exchanges. You may need help from the receiver platform to get your fund back.
Issues with failed/canceled orders
Any canceled/failed order on f(x)Bridge cause you not receiving the tokens, if the transaction failed on the sending part (such as Ethereum) will be refunded to your original wallet address automatically. If the transaction failed on f(x)Bridge side, your tokens will be on the f(x)core chain, you need add the corresponding token on f(x)core chain and then can still process the cross-chain transfer form it. For edge cases, if you don't know how to get back the failed transaction, please create a ticket at the support page.