You can bridge your UNCX and UNCL tokens using https://app.multichain.org


Following the strategic partnership between Unicrypt and Multichain (previously Anyswap), you can use their app to bridge your UNCX and/or UNCL between supported blockchains.

Differences with Omnibridge

When bridging with Multichain:
  • There is a variable UNCX or UNCL fee, depending on the source network and available liquidity
  • There is a gas fee from the source network only
  • There is no "claim" process, hence no gas fee nor extra step associated with "claiming"
  • The bridging process is more straight forward and intuitive
  • The bridging is possible between ETH, BSC and Polygon
  • The bridging is direct between ETH and BSC blockchain: Omnibridge requires you to go through xDai to properly wrap/unwrap your tokens.
You may have less UNCX/UNCL after bridging when using Multichain, however you will most likely use less gas than with Omnibridge.

How to bridge?

This page will guide you through the process of bridging, as an example, UNCL from BSC to ETH network.


  • Metamask installed
  • BSC and ETH networks configured on Metamask
  • UNCL tokens on BSC
  • A portion of BNB token on BSC (gas fee)

Connect your wallet

Have your Metamask connected to BSC (Binance Smart Chain) network.
Navigate to https://app.multichain.org and connect your wallet:

Select the destination network

The source network is matching your currently connected Metamask network, i.e. BSC.
The destination network may be "Polygon" by default: change it to "Ethereum":


Click if it shows "Polygon"

And select "Ethereum"


Select the source token

Either type "UNCL" in the search field, or select it if it shows in the list of your bridgeable tokens with a balance.

Your screen should look like this


Do go through the warnings before swapping:
Note that the "Maximum Crosschain Fee" is an unlikely scenario and what you see on your screen (i.e. 47.6 UNCL) is what should be minted then sent to your Ethereum address.


You will have to approve the UNCL spending and then use the swap button.
During the swap, follow the on-screen instructions.
Generated Transactions' links will be showing during the process.