Beamer Bridge documentation
Welcome! This is the official documentation for Beamer Bridge.
Beamer is a bridging protocol lets you transfer your ERC20 tokens between supported L2 chains and it also supports bridging to L1.
The Beamer Protocol
Beamer is a protocol enables users to move tokens from one chain to another. The user requests a transfer by providing tokens on the source chain. Liquidity providers then fill the request and directly send tokens to the user on the target chain. Check out The Beamer Protocol to learn more.
At the core of Beamer is a set of smart contracts, written in Solidity, that deal with transfer requests, fulfillments and messaging between layers of Ethereum. Sections below describe each of those aspects in detail.
Running an agent
In order to provide liquidity to the Beamer bridge, liquidity providers run one or more instances of agent software. While everyone is welcome to write their own agent and participate in the protocol, writing an agent is not a straightforward task. To address that, the Beamer bridge project provides a reference agent implementation that can be used to quickly set up liquidity provisioning. For more details on that, please check out sections below.
Developers who want to contribute to the protocol can check sections below.
Below you can find reference documentation on various commands, agent configuration and smart contracts.
This page consists of current contract deployment addresses. Current Deployment
You can check contract audit reports in this page. Audit Reports
You can see the answers for questions in this page. FAQ
This page has explanations of terms used. Glossary