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Metamask Tutorial - Adding Networks

Metamask (Little Fox) wallet is currently the most widely used encrypted wallet, and almost all applications on the Ethereum and EVM-compatible chains support Metamask. Therefore, it is very necessary for users to master the use of Little Fox.

Through the previous tutorial, users can basically understand the installation and wallet creation of Metamask. This article mainly introduces the use of Metamask's network configuration, transfer, common problem handling, and exchange deposit and withdrawal functions.

Metamask Introduction
Metamask wallet is an authentication program for cryptocurrency wallets and blockchain applications. Currently, there are over 21 million users worldwide.

The main ways to use MetaMask are browser extensions and mobile apps, which provide functions such as encrypted wallets, secure logins, and token exchanges. Passwords, mnemonic phrases, and private keys are all generated on the user's device and are not transmitted to the server. Only the user can access the local account and data.

Metamask Network Configuration
For understanding blockchain networks, refer to the "Blockchain Network & Basic Tokens & Contract Tokens" section.

In simple terms, different tokens are stored on different networks. Therefore, when depositing, users must select the correct network. Currently, commonly used EVM-compatible chain networks include Ethereum, BSC (Binance Smart Chain), Polygon (Matic), Fantom (FTM), Avalanche (AVAX), etc. Only these chains can directly manage assets in the Metamask wallet. Networks like Solana and Terra require other wallets, which will be introduced in later chapters.

Enter the following website-link wallet-search for the network you need to add-approve. Add Public Chain Node

Image: metamask network configuration

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