Fuse-Ethereum Bridge Tutorial
Transferring FUSE from Ethereum to Fuse Network
Use the “Connect to a wallet” on the right-hand top corner to connect your wallet to Voltage. 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 “FUSE” from the dropdown and enter the amount of FUSE you want to transfer from Ethereum to Fuse Network. Click on “Approve FUSE” and approve the transaction on Metamask.
Once the transaction is confirmed on-chain, the “Transfer” button can be clicked and the transaction will need to be approved. Once this second transaction is confirmed on-chain the FUSE balance in the same address on Fuse Network will have the updated balance of FUSE which can be checked through https://explorer.fuse.io/
Transferring FUSE from Fuse Network to Ethereum
Use the “Connect to a wallet” on the right-hand top corner to connect your wallet with Voltage. Once you connect you should be able to see your wallet address and see the network you are connected to (In this case Fuse Network).
Click on “Bridge”, Select "FUSE" from the dropdown and enter the amount of FUSE you want to transfer from Fuse Network to Ethereum. Click on “Transfer” and approve the transaction on Metamask.
Once the transaction is confirmed and executed on Fuse Network, you will be able to withdraw the bridged tokens on the Ethereum side by claiming them. You will be prompted to do so automatically on the bridge interface.
Please note that with the latest modifications to the process of withdrawing tokens from Fuse to Ethereum, users now need to cover the fees for claiming their tokens on Ethereum.
Finally, although the Fuse team is doing its best to ensure that all the bridge transfers go through smoothly, sometimes, transactions get stuck. If this happens, please use the interface at http://alm.fuse.io/ or https://fusealm.fuse.io/ (when transferring FUSE) to troubleshoot the issue or contact the team for support in our official Telegram group.