OpenSwap operates on the Harmony Protocol; thus all tokens available on OpenSwap are native to the network or have been bridged over to Harmony (Click here to access the bridge guide). The tokens available have come from the following networks: Harmony, Binance Smart Chain, Ethereum, Terra, and Polygon. To assist the end user in understanding where the tokens came from prior to ending up on the Harmony One Network, OpenSwap developed a new approach to the traditional naming convention to help improve the usability of tokens.
The first letter of each token will be designated as the network the token originally came from. *if there is no lowercase letter in front of the token, it is native to the Harmony One Network b = Binance Smart Chain e = Ethereum t = Terra p = Polygon Since there are several tokens that can be on each network, this will help the end user designate where the token originally came from. For example: BUSD - bBUSD is the BUSD token from Binance Smart Chain bridged to Harmony - eBUSD is the BUSD token from Ethereum bridged to Harmony
MATIC -bMATIC is the MATIC token from Binance Smart Chain bridged to Harmony -eMATIC is the MATIC token from Ethereum bridged to Harmony -pMATIC is the MATIC token from Polygon bridged to Harmony