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If a token you want to bridge isn't officially supported yet via Rollbridge, there's three ways this token could be enabled for bridging.

Custom token imports

Simply paste the token address into the token search modal, and import the token.

Note that you must paste the rollup token address, from this Rollbridge can query for the relevant bridge contract and corresponding base chain token address. Simply pasting in the base chain ERC20 token address won't be enough.

Custom token list imports

Only currently supported in Superbridge

If you have a properly formatted token list that's accessible via the internet, you can choose to activate it as a custom token list via the settings modal, under "Token lists".

The tokens specified in this list will then be available for bridging.

Pull request

If you'd like your token to be permanently available in Rollbridge, you could consider contributing your token to our open source repository.

See this commit for how you might go about manually adding a token to the Rollbridge repository.