Transaction Acceleration

Poly Bridge releases the acceleration function to help users speed up transactions when dealing with congested networks. This manual will show you how to use this function with the example of token transfer between Heco and Ethereum.

At the very beginning, please check the status of your transaction. When you have submitted a cross-chain transaction completed in Poly, click SPEED UP to use the acceleration function.


[!Note|style:flat|label:Notice] If your transaction is only completed in the source chain, this function does not work.

Here are four steps listed for you to accelerate your transaction on Poly Bridge.

Step 1. Transaction selection

Firstly, you should find the transaction that you want to accelerate. Click History on Poly Bridge to view the previous transaction, as shown in the figure.


Step 2. Status checking

Then check the status of the transaction and click Pending.


Step 3. Speed-up or fee payment

Now you can click SPEED UP or PAY if you didn't pay a gas fee for this transaction shown in the figure.



  • Please ensure that your wallet is connected to the target network. If not, you must switch network first and then back to the Speed Up page. Remember that the network settings in your wallet should be consistent with the target network in Poly Bridge.
  • If you haven’t connected your wallet yet, the pop-up window will require you to connect your wallet. After that, exit the page and go back to the Speed Up page.


Now you can accelerate your transaction by clicking Speed Up or Pay and submitting an acceleration request.

If you encounter an error report as shown in the figure, please do not resubmit this transaction. Turn back to your wallet to check the balance.

Step 4. Accelerating

After successfully submitting an accelerated transaction, you'll see a page as below, and please wait for a while.


If it still doesn't work, please contact Poly team via .

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