Arbitrum Mainnet ETH Bridge


Arbitrum is a layer 2 scaling solution for Ethereum, designed to enhance scalability and reduce transaction costs. The Arbitrum Mainnet ETH bridge allows users to transfer Ethereum (ETH) to the Arbitrum Mainnet. This guide will walk you through the process of using the Arbitrum Mainnet ETH bridge.

You will need to bridge some ETH in Arbitrum Mainnet in order to cover the gas fee for creating a multisig wallet.


  1. Arbitrum Wallet: Ensure you have a compatible wallet that supports the Arbitrum Mainnet.

  2. ETH on Mainnet: Make sure you have enough ETH in your Ethereum Mainnet wallet to cover the transaction fees and the amount you want to bridge.

Funding Your Privy Wallet on Arbitrum

You have two funding options for your Privy wallet on Arbitrum:

  1. Option 1: Connect Your Own Wallet:

    • Transfer ETH to Arbitrum, then send it to your Privy wallet.

  2. Option 2: Privy Wallet Link to Metamask Using Private Key:

    • Log in to the Spectral app, navigate to your profile, click 'Manage Wallets,' and export your Privy wallet's private key. Copy it and paste it into the Metamask extension.

Choose the option that aligns with your preferences, and follow security best practices when handling private keys.


  1. Connect Your Wallet to Arbitrum Mainnet:

    • Open your wallet and switch to the Arbitrum Mainnet. If not added, manually include it using custom RPC settings.

  2. Navigate to the Arbitrum Bridge:

  3. Connect Wallet to the Bridge:

    • Click "Connect Wallet" on the bridge website and authorize the connection.

  4. Choose Asset and Amount:

    • Select ETH as the asset and input the amount to transfer to the Arbitrum Mainnet.

  5. Review and Confirm:

    • Confirm transaction details, including amount and fees.

  6. Wait for Confirmation:

    • Post submission, wait for Ethereum Mainnet confirmation.

  7. Check Arbitrum Mainnet Balance:

    • After Ethereum confirmation, verify the corresponding ETH in your Arbitrum Mainnet wallet.

  8. Interaction on Arbitrum Mainnet:

    • Engage with decentralized applications (dApps) and smart contracts on the Arbitrum network.

Important Notes

  • Confirmation Times: The time it takes for your transaction to be confirmed on the Arbitrum Mainnet may vary. Be patient and monitor your wallet for updates.

  • Bridge Fees: Take note of any bridge fees associated with the transaction. Ensure you have enough ETH to cover both the transfer amount and fees.

  • Double-Check Addresses: Always double-check the addresses during the bridging process to avoid any mistakes.

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