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Bridging ethDYDX to DYDX
Bridging ethDYDX to DYDX

Bridging ethDYDX to DYDX

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Written by dYdX Operations Services Ltd.
Updated over a week ago

Migrating your ethDYDX tokens from Ethereum to the dYdX Chain will enable you to stake in order to secure the network and participate in governance on the dYdX Chain.

For a detailed overview of How To Bridge, please see the dYdX Foundations Bridging guide

Please also review the dYdX community documentation: Migration and Bridge Overview:

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