How To Bridge To PulseChain (Step By Step 2024)

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How To Bridge To PulseChain

PulseChain is a new blockchain, so there are only a few ways to transact with value from other chains like Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain.

But we’ve made it super easy.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on bridging to PulseChain in 2024.

Step 1: Self-Custody Your Crypto

If you don’t already have your own self-custody wallet, it might be time to get one.

Self-custody is the reason crypto was invented: to remove middlemen and give back your control over YOUR money.

You can practice self-custody by buying crypto from either a centralized (CEX) or decentralized exchange (DEX) and then immediately transferring your funds to a wallet with a private key that only you know.

For example, users often buy ETH on a CEX like Coinbase and send it to their own self-custody wallet.

For more information on setting up the right wallet for your needs, check out our comprehensive guide.

Step 2: Choose a Bridge

Two bridges currently exist on PulseChain, connecting this relatively new network to two of the landscape’s largest chains.

You can bridge Ethereum to PulseChain, using the PulseChain Bridge.

Or, to bridge Binance Smart Chain to PulseChain, you can use Tokens Express.

Do note, however, that liquidity pools for tokens bridged from Binance Smart Chain are thin. As a result, choosing this route may not be as economically efficient.

Step 3: Bridge to PulseChain

For this example, we’re focusing on bridging from Ethereum to PulseChain. Here’s why:

  • Tokens bridged from Ethereum to PulseChain have the largest liquidity pools.
  • Ethereum is the most used blockchain for DeFi.
  • PulseChain Bridge is the largest bridge to PulseChain.

Here’s how to bridge to PulseChain (PLS) in just a few easy steps.

  1. Visit to get started.
  1. Click the first link under “IPFS”.
  1. Connect your wallet of choice.
  1. If necessary, you can switch the direction of the bridge by clicking the two purple arrows. When Ethereum is on top, it means you’re bridging from Ethereum to PulseChain.
  1. Choose the amount you would like to bridge.
  1. Click send and confirm the transactions in your wallet.
  1. Wait several minutes for the bridge to wrap your tokens and mint new tokens on PulseChain. You can view the status of your transaction by clicking “Transactions”.
  1. Congratulations, you’ve successfully bridged to PulseChain!

The Best Way to Bridge PLS in 2024

Now that we know how to bridge to PulseChain, you might be looking for ways to improve the efficiency of your trades.

When it comes to Ethereum, the coins with the largest liquidity pools on PulseChain are currently ETH, USDC, USDT, DAI, and HEX. This makes them the easiest pools to trade with.

It’s also important to note that ETH gas fees are high, so bundling your transactions can help you save money.

In addition, new projects claim to offer minimum trust on and off-ramping directly to and from PulseChain. One example of this is 0xCoast, though it's important to do your own research as new DeFi tools are constantly emerging.

Finally, while bridging to PulseChain is one of the easiest ways to get $PLS right now, a growing number of exchanges allow you to buy $PLS directly. This includes centralized exchanges like Kanga.Exchange and Safe Trade.
For more, check out our step-by-step guide to buying $PLS.

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Disclaimer:Please note that nothing on this website constitutes financial advice. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided on this website is accurate, individuals must not rely on this information to make a financial or investment decision. Before making any decision, we strongly recommend you consult a qualified professional who should take into account your specific investment objectives, financial situation and individual needs.

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Connor is a US-based digital marketer and writer. He has a diverse military and academic background, but developed a passion over the years for blockchain and DeFi because of their potential to provide censorship resistance and financial freedom. Connor is dedicated to educating and inspiring others in the space, and is an active member and investor in the Ethereum, Hex, and PulseChain communities.

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