For Binance (BNB) and BSC Users
The Binance Smart Chain (BSC) is the native chain of the Binance platform. The most common decentralised exchange on the BSC is PancakeSwap. There are multiple common ways to bridge tokens to the Fantom chain. This guide will assume that you have tokens on the BSC and wish to move them to the Fantom chain.

If you have a Binance account

If you have a Binance account, you can simply withdraw Fantom to your Fantom wallet or Et. To do this, send your BSC tokens to your Binance wallet, convert them to FTM at the exchange as you would with any other token. Then, withdraw the FTM from your Binance account to your FTM wallet address. Remember to select FANTOM as the network.
*Note: sometimes Binance can suspend withdrawal networks for maintenance, so this method may not always be available. If this is the case, go to "If you don't have a Binance account"*
Once the transaction has finalised, you will have FTM in your Fantom wallet. You can now move to the section entitled: SpookySwap

If you don’t have a Binance account

If you don’t have a Binance account, you’ll need to set up Metamask for the BSC and send BNB to it. A guide to set up the BSC network can be found here:
Connecting MetaMask to Binance Smart Chain | Binance Academy
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SpookySwap Bridge

Now that you have some FTM in your wallet, it’s time to bridge your tokens to the Fantom network. Note: bridging can take some time - be patient!
  1. 2.
    Select BSC in the top box
  2. 3.
    Select FTM in the bottom
  3. 4.
    Connect your Metamask wallet on the BSC to SpookySwap bridge
  4. 5.
    Enter the amount of BNB you want to bridge, approve, and swap
  5. 6.
    Switch your Metamask back to Fantom network and add FTM BNB to your Metamask asset list using this guide and contract address:
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