Graphlinq Hub Unveiled: A Comprehensive Look at the Main Features

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3 min readMar 14, 2024


In our recent article we announced that Graphlinq users will soon be able to bridge and swap ERC20 and GraphLinq Chain tokens.

And today, we’re thrilled to announce that the Bridge & Swap features have already been launched on a testnet, marking a significant milestone in our development journey.

Start Bridging & Swapping Tokens in Seconds

Here is a quick tutorial:

1. Go to the Graphlinq Hub & click “Dashboard

2. Click “Connect Wallet” and choose your wallet that you’d like to move funds from.

*NOTE: If you are swapping crypto onto Graphlinq for the first time, you’ll need to send some ETH to Graphlinq to cover gas fees for future transactions.

3. Then click “Bridge”.

4. Select the token you’d like to bridge in the “From” box.

5. In the “To” box, select which crypto you are bridging into.

6. Input the quantity that you’d like to bridge.

7. Then click “Send

You’ll need to click through a few approvals in your wallet (such as MetaMask).

You’re all done — wrapped tokens are on their way to your wallet!

Now, when you bridged the tokens to the GLQ Chain, you can swap them.

  1. Click “Swap”.
  2. Switch to the GLQ Chain Network.
  3. In the “You pay” box, you’ll need to select the amount you’d like to swap.
  4. In the “You receive” box, you’ll see the amount that you’ll receive in this swap.
  5. Choose the slippage you’d like to put.
  6. The approximate fee and network cost are also displayed for your convenience.
  7. Then click “Send” and prove the amount in your wallet.

Congratulations! The swap is successfully completed and you may check the transaction hash with all the details on the Graphlinq Chain Explorer.



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