Wormhole
Searchโ€ฆ
Video Tutorial: How to use the Token Origin Verifier
Token Origin Verifier tool assists users in finding the origin token contract code of a Portal wrapped token and the target contract address of a token sent through the Portal.

๐Ÿ“น Video Tutorial

Video Tutorial: How to use the Token Origin Verifier

๐Ÿ“– Step-by-step instructions

Finding the origin token contract code of a Portal wrapped token

1) Copy the token contract address of the Portal wrapped token
2) Go to https://www.portalbridge.com/#/token-origin-verifier or access the Token Origin Verifier on the Portal bridge Tokens tab.
3) Select the correct source chain and paste the token address. This should auto-populate the origin chain of the token and token name.
Note: For EVM chains, you will need to connect your wallet.
In this example, we can see that this token on Ethereum originally came from Solana and the token in SOL.
โ€‹
4) To find more details about the token, hover on top of the token name and click "View on explorer"
5) In the explorer you can find all the details about the origin token
โ€‹

Finding the token contract code of a Portal wrapped token on a target chain

1) Go to https://www.portalbridge.com/#/token-origin-verifier or access the Token Origin Verifier on the Portal bridge Tokens tab.
2) Select the origin chain
3) (EVM chains only) Connect your wallet
4) Paste in the token contract code of the token you wish to find out more details about
In this example, we select wrapped Ether from Ethereum
5) In the "Bridge Results" box, select a chain in the dropdown menu to see the result of bridging this token.
In this example, we select Solana.
6) You can now view the details of the bridged token. Click "View on explorer/Solscan" to find out more details