What token will I get after the bridge

Use this page to find a token address you should have after the bridge.

Here you can specify the network by pressing its button. If your token is on Binance or Ethereum, it can help you to avoid confusion. You can also set a filter by a token type if you know it.

Search a token you plan to bridge. You can enter its address / symbol / name.

Click on the paired token address, and it will lead you to the token page.

There are tokens named the same in the different networks, but they always have different addresses. Compare token address and name to your token data to avoid a confusion.

If you bridge a token from the network where it was issued, you receive a mapped token. Usually it has a prefix in the name that indicates a wrap.

If you have a token on Harmony that is originated from Binance or Ethereum, you can bridge it back only to the network it came from. As a result you’ll get the origin token.

Frequently bridged tokens:


If you bridge ONE from Harmony to Binance, your ONE will have a different address on Binance: 0x03fF0ff224f904be3118461335064bB48Df47938

If you bridge ONE from Harmony to Ethereum, you receive 1ONE token with the address 0xD5cd84D6f044AbE314Ee7E414d37cae8773ef9D3

If you bridge ONE from Binance or 1ONE from Ethereum, you get Native Harmony ONE on Harmony.


If you bridge BNB from Binance, you get bscBNB on Harmony.


If you bridge ETH from Ethereum, you get 1ETH in Harmony wallet.


If you bridge BUSD from Ethereum, you get 1BUSD on Harmony.

If you bridge BUSD from Binance, you get bscBUSD on Harmony.


DAI on Ethereum - 1DAI on Harmony


Ethereum USDC - 1USDC on Harmony


Ethereum USDT - 1USDT on Harmony

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