Bridge Fee

How large is the Bridge Fee on every blockchain?

BlockchainBridge FeeAvailability of Staking

Aurora

0.3%

Available

Avalanche

0.3%

Available

BNB Chain

0.3%

Available

Casper

0.1%

Not available

Celo

0.3%

Available

Ethereum

$1

Not available

Fantom

0.3%

Available

Fuse

0.3%

Available

Harmony

0.3%

Available

Huobi

0.3%

Available

Klaytn

0.3%

Available

NEAR Protocol

0.3%

Available

Polygon

0.3%

Available

Solana

0.3%

Available

Stacks

0.1%

Not available

Stellar

0.3%

Not available

Terra Classic

0.3%

Available

Tezos

0.1%

Not available

Waves

0.1%

Not available

XRP Ledger

0.1%

Not available

What is a Bridge fee?

  • A Bridge Fee is a fee paid for each bridge transfer.

  • Regular bridge transfer requires 2 transactions: Send transaction on the source chain and Receive transaction on the destination chain. The Bridge Fee is only paid for Send transactions.

  • The fee is paid in the same token that is transferred.

How can I reduce the Bridge Fee?

Fee Calculator

You can reduce the Bridge Fee through ABR staking.

More information about the ABR staking is available here:

pageABR staking

How is the Bridge Fee calculated?

  • Bridge Fee may vary depending on the blockchain (please see the table above for a complete breakdown). For example, if 1000 USDC is transferred from Solana, the bridge charges 1000 USDC * 0.003 = 3 USDC.

  • It is calculated before the Send transaction is triggered.

  • Allbridge Classic Stakers may reduce the Bridge Fee if they stake their ABR on the source chain.

What happens if I don’t have gas in the destination wallet?

The user is required to pay the Gas Fee twice: during the “Send” transaction and “Receive” transaction.

However, Allbridge Classic allows you to pay an additional fee and delegate the “Receive” transaction to the bridge on certain chains. You may find more information about the feature here:

pageUnder the hood of Allbridge Classic

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