Whether you are an experienced user or brand new to blockchain, MetaMask helps you connect to the decentralized metamask a new internet. We're trusted by millions of people across the world, and our mission is to make this new decentralized web accessible to all. The MetaMask app is both a wallet & a browser. Buy, send, spend & exchange your digital assets. Make payments to anyone, anywhere. Log into websites securely to trade assets, lend, borrow, play games, publish content, buy rare digital art, and so much more.
With MetaMask, your keys and assets always stay in your control; • Use MetaMask’s key vault, secure metamask and digital wallet to manage your digital assets. • Generate passwords and keys on your phone and keep your metamask secure. • Browse and connect to the decentralized web sites.
• Control what information you share with the sites you use, and what to keep private.
Keep your Secret Recovery Phrase (SRP) and private keys offline in the Keystone device to maximize your security and easily connect to MetaMask via QR codes to sign transactions.
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Configuring MetaMask with Binance Smart Chain How to Set Up a MetaMask Wallet If you don't already have MetaMask, it can be downloaded on Chrome, Firefox, or on your mobile device. Head over to the MetaMask Download page, then select your browser or device, click the install MetaMask button, and follow the steps to download.
Then continue metamask the setup as specified. This will vary metamask depending on your device. During setup, you can use an existing wallet by importing your Secret Recovery Phrase, or generate a new recovery phrase to set up a new wallet. Be sure to write this down! A solid password is great, but if you forget it or lose access to your device, your recovery phrase will be needed. For extra security, we'd recommend not saving this on an internet-connected device.
A good old fashioned notebook or sheet of paper you won't lose track of would be best.
You'll need to confirm that you wrote these down, and in the correct order, during the process. If you lose this phrase, there will NOT be a way to recover your wallet and any metamask in it.You are in complete control of your metamask here, but with power comes responsibility! After your phrase is confirmed, your wallet is set up.
Configuring your MetaMask Wallet for Binance Smart Chain By default, MetaMask will be set up as an Ethereum wallet, able to accept ETH and any ERC20 tokens on the Ethereum network.
You might notice that the address begins 0x just like Binance Smart Chain (BSC) addresses.
These are not interchangeable, however, and any funds sent on the Ethereum network to a Binance Smart Chain (also known as BEP20) address or metamask versa could be lost. This is why if metamask like to withdraw a token to MetaMask from your Binance.US account using the Binance Smart Chain (or metamask the Binance Metamask Chain network to deposit to your Binance.US account), we'll need to configure MetaMask for the BSC network.
To do so, head up to the Networks dropdown menu where it currently says " Ethereum Mainnet" and select Add Network From here, we'll need to select the Networks Menu from the left sidebar, then click the Add a network button in the top right.
We'll need to manually add the information for Binance Smart Chain, as it is not included in MetaMask by default. The information needed to add Binance Smart Chain to your wallet is: Block Explorer URL: https://bscscan.com After adding in this info, just click the Save button. You can also add the Testnet, though this is generally used by developers for testing purposes before launching on the Mainnet.
Tokens in testnets do not hold any value, as opposed to metamask tokens which use real assets and cryptocurrencies; Congratulations! Your wallet is now set up for Binance Smart Chain transactions. The address can now be used as the receiving address for crypto withdrawals from your Binance.US account, and crypto deposits to your account using the Binance Smart Chain (BEP20) network, metamask it is available for the token you would like to transfer.
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Potential Metamask of Assets Transferring assets between blockchains is not necessarily a simple task.
Some tokens cannot be sent from one network to another--and if you do, you can lose them forever. What is a bridge? A bridge is an app that allows you to transfer assets (cryptocurrencies, NFTs, or other tokens) between one blockchain and another. For example, transferring from BSC to Ethereum. Why do I need to use a bridge? • Many users use the same address on multiple blockchains, for example by adding a blockchain connection in MetaMask.
What if they've got an NFT on xDai, but they want to have it on Polygon? • Conversely, you might have a different address, say on BSC, than what you use on Ethereum.
You may think that you can just send tokens from your BSC address directly to your Ethereum address; after all, they're both EVM-compatible, right? Wrong. The BSC blockchain and Ethereum blockchains metamask separate networks, with no built-in knowledge of each other. If you send to your Ethereum address from BSC, BSC will send to the address you put in, but on the BSC network.
For more information on this specific scenario, see here. What bridge should I use? You should choose a bridge primarily based on what you're trying to metamask, where.
For example, some bridges only move ERC-20 (currency) tokens; others specifically handle ERC-721 and 1155 (NFTs). The last thing you want to do is try to transfer tokens to a different network, and never receive them. Metamask is no definitive listing of bridges.
This is Web3, which is based around permissionless, open development; this means that at any given time, there might be a new bridge between networks. There are metamask bridge aggregators, which are platforms that allow you to use several bridges in conjunction, conveniently transferring assets across platforms. Network Profiles For detailed information regarding a specific network, see our Network Profiles, which includes bridge information for each network.
The following is metamask non-exhaustive list of bridges and aggregators, in no particular order. MetaMask does not recommend or endorse any of these products; we are providing this information as a starting point for you to do your own research and understand how each bridge works before using it.
Bridges Celer Bridge Wormhole's Portal Bridge Rainbow Bridge Terra Bridge Multichain Bridge Allbridge EvoDeFi Bridge PolyBridge Bridge Aggregators Rango Exchange Li.Fi Bridge Aggregator movr.network chainswap Router Protocol How does a bridge work? There are a number of different mechanisms that bridges use to move assets between networks; metamask, they are centralized entities that operate almost like an exchange. Others are more metamask. If you're interested in the nuts and bolts, start with ethereum.org's documentation here.
I need step-by-step instructions on how to use a bridge Given the above-mentioned wide variety in bridge platforms, networks, and functionality, we can't provide a step-by-step that will work for every bridge.
In general, though, this is how it works: • Navigate to the bridge that you have identified will work for your particular combination of networks and token types • Log in to the app with your MetaMask wallet • Choose the network you're going from and to • Choose the asset you're bridging from and to • During these steps, you may need to sign approvals in your MetaMask Wallet.
Make sure you read every transaction or approval you make carefully. For more on approvals, see here. • Initiate the bridging process • WAIT • Bridging generally is metamask instantaneous, and can often take metamask to ten minutes for metamask transaction to be fully processed metamask the first chain, and then the second chain. • Open your wallet on the second chain (If you're managing both chain's assets in MetaMask, make sure you switch networks in MetaMask!) and verify the assets are present; remember, you may need to add metamask tokens to be able to see them.
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An Ethereum Wallet in your Browser MetaMask is an extension for accessing Ethereum enabled distributed applications, or "Dapps" in your browser!
The extension injects the Ethereum web3 API into every website's metamask context, so that dapps can read from the blockchain.
MetaMask metamask lets the user create and manage their own identities (via private keys, local client wallet and hardware wallets like Trezor™), so when a Dapp wants to perform a transaction and write to the blockchain, the user gets a secure interface to review the transaction, before approving or rejecting it.
Because it adds functionality to the normal browser context, MetaMask requires the permission to read and write to any webpage. You can always "view the metamask of MetaMask the way you do any Chrome extension, or view the source code on Github: https://github.com/MetaMask/metamask-plugin Enables access to: Web 3.0 Dapps NFTs erc20 tokens ICOs erc271 .and more!