CNFI contract addresses

CNFI can be traded on Ethereum and Arbitrum.


Contract address: 0xEABB8996eA1662cAd2f7fB715127852cd3262Ae9



Contract address: 0x6F5401c53e2769c858665621d22DDBF53D8d27c5


Where can I buy CNFI on Arbitrum?

CNFI can be purchased using the Arbitrum network on Uniswap. Learn more about the benefits of Arbitrum.

In order to purchase CNFI on Uniswap, you will need to connect Metamask to Arbitrum, bridge ETH to Arbitrum and select the correct network on Uniswap.

This community video from @corduroy_pillows provides an overview of the process:

How do I add Arbitrum One to Metamask?

In order to use Arbitrum, add the network to Metamask. The following article lays out the steps:

How to add a custom network RPC (external link).

Network details

How do I bridge ether (ETH) to Arbitrum One?

In order to make transactions on the L2 Arbitrum network, you will need to bridge ETH from the Ethereum mainnet over to Arbitrum .

Connect to on the Ethereum network. Enter the amount of ETH to bridge, click ‘Deposit’ and confirm the transaction in Metamask.

Important notes on bridging:

  1. Bridging tokens from L1 to L2 on takes approximately 10 minutes, but can take up to 24 hours. Bridging from L2 to L1 is significantly slower and may take up to 7 days. A list of alternative bridges can be found here:

  2. Because bridging takes place on L1, normal Ethereum gas fees apply. Always review the gas cost before confirming the transfer in Metamask.

How do I connect Uniswap to Arbitrum?

  1. Connect your Metamask to Uniswap

  2. Change the network in Uniswap to Arbitrum (alternatively you can switch the network in Metamask to Arbitrum)

  3. Select 'Switch Network'

How do I add the CNFI token to Uniswap?

  1. Click 'Select a Token'

  2. Select 'Manage Token Lists'

  3. Select 'Tokens'

  4. Copy the contract address into the field:

    1. 0x6F5401c53e2769c858665621d22DDBF53D8d27c5

  5. Select 'Import'

Where can I buy CNFI on the Ethereum network?

There is a CNFI/USDT liquidity pair on Ascendex.

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