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Why is a bridge route unavailable? What can I do?
Why is a bridge route unavailable? What can I do?
Written by Priyanshu Tanwar
Updated over a week ago

Bridge routes can be unavailable due to a variety of reasons. One of the major reasons for this issue can be this:

  • A route for this transfer simply does not exist currently on our Bridge Provider's end. This can especially be the case if you're trying to bridge a token with relatively low trading volumes.
    We are working hard with Bridge Providers on integrating more bridges to make the process smoother.

Here is what you can try:

  • Swap the token for a token with relatively high trading volumes. Some of the more popular tokens are: USDC, DAI, ETH, etc.

  • Make the bridge transaction to the destination chain of your choice.

  • Once the tokens have been shifted to another chain, swap them back to the original tokens of your choice.

Disclaimer: Since this process requires multiple transactions, it can prove to be expensive in terms of gas costs. The process also has multiple points of failure & hence is not a sure-shot solution.

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