Upon receiving your POA20 tokens you no longer own your native POA tokens. The moment you use the bridge to send them to the Ethereum network, they are locked up and stored in the contract address. Thus you effectively have no native POA tokens on the POA Network and now have POA20 tokens on the Ethereum network.
Articles in this section
- Terms of Service of the POA Interoperability Protocol
- What is the POA Bridge?
- What is POA20?
- Do I have to transform my POA native tokens to POA20?
- What is the purpose of having a POA20 token?
- Will the supply of POA tokens increase as a result of POA20 tokens?
- What is the difference between POA native token and POA20 token?
- What is the POA20 token Contract Address, Symbol, and # of Decimal Places in order to add it as a Custom Coin on MyEtherWallet?
- How do I transform my POA native tokens to POA20 tokens?
- Has the contract code for the POA Bridge been audited?