We officially launched Mainnet on the 24th of March. Now the main challenge is the onboarding of new users. Fortunately, our partner Celer Network is helping us by providing a cross-chain bridge for us. We went through extensive testing and modification to guarantee a good user experience.
As a courtesy, we will cover 100,000 $MATTER of base fees required when bridging to B2. You will still need $ETH to approve the transaction, and $MATTER that you want to bridge.
We make use of Celer’s cBridge Technology to allow users to bridge the $MATTER token to and from B2 Mainnet.
cBridge is a decentralized and non-custodial asset bridge built with the Celer Inter-chain Message Framework. It has processed more than $13B in cross-chain asset transfer volume for more than 300K unique users and is quickly growing and expanding into more blockchains and layer-2s.
cBridge will burn the native-MATTER on B2, when bridging back to Ethereum, and release the original ERC20-MATTER on Ethereum.
1. The volume of cross-chain transactions cannot exceed 1,000,000 MATTER per address per 30mins.
2. Maximum cross-chain amount is 200,000 MATTER per transaction.
3. If your cross-chain amount is greater than 100,000 MATTER, the arrival time will be delayed by 60 minutes.
About Celer Network
Celer is a blockchain interoperability protocol enabling a one-click user experience accessing tokens, DeFi, GameFi, NFTs, governance, privacy solutions and more across multiple chains. Developers can build inter-chain-native dApps using the Celer Inter-chain Message SDK to gain access to efficient liquidity utilization, coherent application logic, and shared states. Users of Celer-enabled dApps will enjoy the benefits of a diverse multi-blockchain ecosystem with the simplicity of a single-transaction UX, all from a single chain.
Antimatter is a hub for decentralized on-chain financial products, such as DeFi derivatives and financial NFTs. Antimatter B2 is a low-gas BNB sidechain that facilitates Antimatter DApps. Being community-driven, innovative and simple forms the core of Antimatter.