Bridge$ Token

Our ecosystem's foundation
  • Token name: Bridge$
  • Symbol: BRG.X
  • Chain: BNB Chain (BEP-20)
  • Total supply: 100 million Bridge$ (stable supply)
  • Tokenomics: 2% (for LP feeding) and 3% dividends on direct token volume. Applies to buys, sells, and token transfers.

What is the Bridge$ token?

Bridge$ is a multi-dividend paying token with a limited supply of 100 million tokens. It’s on BNB Chain and pays out in the BEP-20 token of your choice.
Besides being the foundation of the Bridges ecosystem, the Bridge$ token is how we give back to our crypto community and include everyone in the success of the exchange.
The token was fairlaunched on 13 November 2021 with an anti-whale holding cap of 500,000 tokens. Two days later, when the market cap reached $5 million, that cap was increased to 1 million tokens (1% of total supply)—the only and final raise of the cap.


Multi-dividend paying token

Bridge$ pays out dividends, but not based on token volume like other tokens. Instead, Bridge$'s dividends come from Bridges Exchange. All holders with at least 100 tokens will earn dividends on 0.1% of the exchange’s daily volume. The share of dividends you receive is proportional to your holdings. Use our dividend calculator to estimate your earning potential.

Stable supply

Bridge$ has a stable supply of 100 million tokens. No more tokens will be minted, and the team is not burning tokens. Unlike deflationary tokens, the value of your tokens will not be diluted by the creation of additional tokens.

Locked liquidity

At launch, 70% of liquidity was deposited in PancakeSwap and locked using Mudra (see certificate of locked liquidity). This liquidity remains locked until November 2022. At that point the funds can be moved
With the launch of Bridges Exchange in June 2022, all unlocked liquidity was removed from PancakeSwap and deposited in Bridges Exchange. All of the liquidity added to Bridges Exchange by the Bridges team was then locked.

Audited by CertiK

Our token's smart contract was audited by CertiK in January 2022. There were no critical findings. The results can be read here.