To make communication simpler with the blockchain, adding MetaMask as a wallet for your browser is a must.
MetaMask installation and configuration
If you are a smartphone user, MetaMask can be downloaded to Chrome, FireFox or iOS, and Android. We are going to use the edition of Firefox for the sake of this guide, but for every device, we have the same instructions.
First of all, you ought to go to the Download page for MetaMask. Pick the platform you are using from there and follow the steps for downloading it on your computer. Quick! Simple!
Follow next along with the app’s settings. Select Building a wallet and move forward. Specify somewhere confidential the backup seed sentence (preferably not on an Internet-connected device). If your computer is broken or stolen, your money cannot be recovered without this sentence. Confirm that on the next page you wrote them down.
And this is it! And this is it! Now your wallet should be visible, ready to submit, and receive crypto-currency.
The freshly-initialized MetaMask wallet.
Configuring the wallet
You will instantly note that we still have a wallet for Ethereum. At best, Binance Smart Chain DApps will not work. At least, by sending them to addresses you could not use, you could risk money.
Let’s fix that. Let’s change that. We want the configurations for the Binance Smart Chain nodes to be obtained.
Select Settings from the dropdown menu.
We want to find the networks menu on the Settings tab.
The Networks menu.
To add the Binance Smart Chain manually in the top right corner, press Add Network – this doesn’t come with MetaMask. It can be remembered that two networks can be used: the testnet or the mainnet. The criteria to complete are shown below.
Mainnet (That’s actually what you’re asking for.)
Network Name: Smart Chain
New RPC URL: https://bsc-dataseed.binance.org/
Block Explorer URL: https://bscscan.com
Network Name: Smart Chain – Testnet
New RPC URL: https://data-seed-prebsc-1-s1.binance.org:8545/
Block Explorer URL: https://testnet.bscscan.com
In this tutorial we’ll use the testnet, but you’ll definitely want to use the mainnet. If you want to use MetaMask to move BNB or Binance Smart Chain tapes, we suggest you also add both.
You will find 2 things after you Save the Network and return to the main view: immediately, the network is set to the one you have just joined, and it is no longer called ETH, but BNB.
We have connected to the testnet, however you are going to connect to the mainnet, presumably.
Making transactions (on the testnet)
We have done a testnet in BSC, do not let the Ethereum logo deceive you. We’re going to have some money to play with next. Hover over Account 1, and press on the clipboard to copy your address. We’ll go over and paste to the Binance Smart Chain Faucet.
If you test an application that supports BEP-20 tokens, Peggy coins can be of interest. They basically released Binance Smart Chain tokens that are “picked” to other chain properties (such as the BTC, XRP, USDT, etc.).
Right now let’s hang with BNB. Click the BNB download button and pick the sum that you want to get. Perhaps you have to wait a few minutes, but the money will appear automatically in your testnet pocket.
Our newly-funded wallet.
We’ll give the money somewhere from here to show how it works. We just got a random BscScan Testnet address to which we are going to send them. Select Send, go ahead.
The pieces of ether should be overlooked. The charge can be changed manually here if necessary.
We went away with a 1 BNB transaction. We’re going to keep the payments unaffected. Then we have yet another opportunity to check the transaction – press Confirm whether it all looks fine. And this is it! And this is it! When your account settles, you will get a notice.
MetaMask was the passport to enter the extensive Ethereum space for a long time. But anyone can configure it to the Binance Smart Chain with limited effort. This renders MetaMask an undispensed instrument to everyone working with decentralized apps for years of growth.