Before sending coins to the bridge, the wallet must be optimized. Easiest way to optimize local wallet file is to open it in SimpleWallet and use “full_optimize” command.

If using GUI wallet, it must have been running long enough to optimize all received coins. This can be verified by going to Settings → Preferences menu and selecting the “Wallet optimization” tab. It should say “Wallet is currently optimized for this target”. The optimization target must be set to at least 10% (1/10th) of the amount being sent.

After that, a payment ID needs to be generated using the form on top of bridge page at … You need to specify the Binance Smart Chain Address where you want the tokens to be sent.


To convert the coins (TLO) to tokens (wTLO), you need to send the coins to the bridge address, TA42vGkab2VRMmDp9AuvozZMLcNuGFgHG8cfWAwYdCv7JvQmHuEJ1L7M1gfCAZZM71Sp7vQiMoAQ92XmnCm3QtVK1xAS1wN7U, using the payment ID from the preparation step.

You can use either SimpleWallet, GUI wallet or the web wallet, as all three support specifying payment ID when sending TLO.

When using SimpleWallet, it is easiest to use the interactive version of “transfer” command, as it will ask for both the destination address and the payment ID.

When using GUI wallet, the payment ID field is located at the bottom of the “Send Talleo” tab.

When using web wallet, the bridge address is entered to “Recipient address” field, the amount to convert is entered to “Amount” field and payment ID is entered to the last field in the “Send TLO” page. 

Published by Mika

Lead developer and team leader of Talleo Project