How do I import a custom network in the Crypto.com DeFi Wallet?

1. Navigate to Settings and tap Networks & RPC under the Web3 Connection section

2. Tap Add Custom Network

3. Enter your custom network’s details and tap Add Network

What does each field in the Add Custom Network menu mean?

Network Name: Your custom network’s name. You can use any name for custom networks that you import.

RPC URL: An RPC (remote procedure call) endpoint is akin to a node's address. It is a URL to which requests for blockchain data are sent to.

Chain ID: This is a unique identification number provided by the network that you’re importing.

Currency Symbol: A ticker for your network’s native token.

Explorer URL: This field is optional. It is a URL that you can use to access Block Explorer. Add it if you wish to obtain detailed transaction information on your network.

What networks does the Crypto.com DeFi Wallet currently support?

Currently, the Crypto.com DeFi Wallet supports 30 networks, including Cronos, Ethereum, and Bitcoin. Learn more about them here.

How do I edit a custom network that I’ve already imported?

1. Navigate to Settings and tap Networks & RPC under the Web3 Connection section

2. Tap on the custom network that you’d like to edit under the Custom Network section

3. In this menu, you can edit every field apart from the RPC URL. To edit your RPC URL, tap RPC URL Settings.

4. In the RPC URL Settings menu, you can swap between nodes, edit them, and add new custom nodes.

How do I delete a custom network?

1. Navigate to Settings and tap Networks & RPC under the Web3 Connection section

2. Tap on the network that you’d like to delete under the Custom Network section

3. Tap Remove Network in the Edit Custom Network menu.

What functions do custom networks have access to?

Please note that not all custom networks will have access to the following functions. Additionally, custom networks cannot access the Crypto.com DeFi Wallet’s Bridge, Swap, NFT, Earn, and Buy functions.

1. Asset Management: You can send and receive your network’s tokens, view token balances and prices, import custom tokens via your network, and view your transaction history.

2. dApp Interaction: You can connect to dApps via the in-app browser and transact with them. Additionally, you can connect to dApps via your desktop browser and approve transactions in the Crypto.com DeFi Wallet app.

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