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New here, i need some help

I transfered some BSC20 ETH from bnb mainnet to Etherium mainnet (in metamask wallet) through omnibridge.

This was the exchanger : OmniBridge

The funds are in my metamask etherium wallet but it shows them as a different ETH token than the one we commonly use. Its a different token.

Can anyone understand what has happened and if these ETH tokens can get out? I tried to swap them but it was making error at finding swap exchangers.

This is a different instance of the ETH token. It is a Binance Peg ETH - “real” tokens are held in the custody of Binance CEX. Most likely there won’t be much liquidity for this token on the ETH mainnet so your best bet is to bridge it back to BSC using the same bridge.

Thanks for answearing.

I have to do it with omnibridge?
Can you tell me some steps?
I do the same steps reversed?
Do i need to pay gas fees again?

I have to do it with omnibridge?

Yes, same bridge you used the first time.

I do the same steps reversed?

Yes, exactly.

Do i need to pay gas fees again?

Yes, you will need to pay for the ETH mainnet gas fees.

So i will need to pay ETH gas fees once or twice?
I will move them only from eth mainnet to BSC Mainnet.

Once, the second transaction will be on BSC.

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