How to Bridge to zkSync

Bridging to zkSync is very simple thanks to the variety of secure bridges that connect zk-rollups to other Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) compatible chains. We recommend Orbiter Finance because they offer fast and cheap cross-chain swaps and are one of the few DEXs that offer stablecoin transfers for USDC and USDT.

You can bridge tokens to zkSync with this simple guide:

  1. Visit Orbiter Finance and connect your MetaMask Wallet.
  2. Select the network you want to transfer tokens from (Ethereum, Polygon, Arbitrum, Loopring, Optimism + 10 others).
  3. Select the token you want to bridge from your network to zkSync and input the amount.
  4. Review and confirm the transaction. Your tokens will arrive in under 5 minutes.
ETH to zkSync Bridge

Is Orbiter Finance a safe zkSync Bridge?

Yes, Orbiter Finance is one of the most used and most trusted bridges for all zk-rollup layer 2's which include zkSync, StarkNet, Loopring and DYDX. The platform has been live for over a year, which means the smart contracts are battle-tested and ultimately very secure. Orbiter Finance is also non-custodial, which means you always retain ownership of your private keys and never have to worry about losing your tokens to hacks or exit scams.

What is zkSync?

zkSync is a fast and safe layer 2 scaling solution for Ethereum that uses zero-knowledge cryptography to keep your transactions private. The protocol is very popular among DeFi users because it can process thousands of transactions per second and only costs a few cents in gas fees. Thanks to the use of ZK-SNARKS, all data on zkSync is encrypted and private, which makes it a great choice for users who value their privacy.

What are the benefits of bridging to zkSync?

There are many benefits of using zkSync over Ethereum's slow and expensive mainnet. ZK-SNARKS also makes transactions on zkSync are very fast and cheap, often costing less than a penny in gas fees. The layer 2 solution is also much more scalable than Ethereum mainnet, meaning it can process thousands of transactions per second.