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What is an RPC node and why do I need one?

An RPC (Remote Procedure Call) node is a server that helps apps function and verify transactions. These servers also let users read data on the blockchain and send transactions across different networks. An ideal RPC node should be both fast and reliable.

How do I swap a blockchain’s RPC node?

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

2. Tap on the blockchain whose RPC node you’d like to swap

3. Under the Address section, select another RPC node

Just so you know, configuring RPC nodes is not available for certain blockchains right now. These blockchains will be disabled on the Networks & RPC page.

How do I add a custom RPC node to a blockchain?

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

2. Tap on the blockchain that you want to add an RPC node to

3. Tap Add Custom Node under the Customize Node section

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

4. Enter the URL of your custom RPC node. Tap the highlighted button to paste the URL if you have it copied to your clipboard.

5. Wait for the URL to load and tap Confirm once you’re ready to add it to the blockchain

5a. If you see this error message, please check for any mistakes in the URL you’ve entered. Alternatively, you can add another custom RPC node by inputting a new URL.

How do I delete a custom RPC node?

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

2. Tap on the blockchain whose custom RPC node you’d like to delete

3. Tap Edit under the Customize Node section

4. Tap on the delete icon for the node that you wish to remove

5. Tap Proceed once you’re ready to delete the custom RPC node. Please note that you can add it back at any time.

Do all my sub-wallets share the same RPC nodes?

Yes. Your sub-wallets will automatically reflect any changes made to your RPL URL settings, whether you’ve swapped, added, or deleted a node.

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