BitKeep is introducing another great feature!

It’s for our users to add custom mainnets. For wallet users, adding a custom mainnet has always been a tedious and hideous task. You’ll have to get the RPC address, chain name, chain ID and other information right, and fill them in the right fields, all correctly. Even with a third-party tool like ChainList, it takes many steps for you to add a custom mainnet on a mobile device. In order to address this problem, BitKeep has launched the “Custom Mainnet” feature. Unlike the namesake features of other wallets, BitKeep has minimized the steps needed for mainnet adding with a built-in ChainList and the support to 300+ EVM mainnets.

The Merge is just around the corner and there follows ETH forks. For users who want to get fork tokens, it is the best if they can quickly add any fork chain to their wallets. BitKeep announced its plan to support the fork chains weeks ago. The launch of the “Custom Mainnet” feature is one of the measures to facilitate users to get fork tokens.

What is the “Custom Mainnet” used for?

Generally speaking, a wallet only supports a limited number of mainnets, mainly the major ones. And for the new and niche mainnets, e.g. ETH forks, a wallet software may provide a “Custom Mainnet” feature, which, in most cases, is a manual feature, for the minority of its users.

BitKeep currently supports 70+ mainstream mainnets including BTC, ETH, and BSC, which means it caters to the needs of most users, but there are still many EVM-compatible chains available and there are users who would like to access these chains. As mentioned above, adding these chains to the list is a multi-step moil, no matter if you get the information through the mainnets’ official websites or through 3-party tools like ChainList.

But now, we have an easy option.
More than that, the new feature comes with added value!

Hightlights of BitKeep “Custom Mainnet”

  1. With a built-in ChainList of 300+ EVM-compatible chains, you can add any mainnet you want with one tap

BitKeep has a built-in ChainList for mainnets, gathering the data of 300+ EVM-compatible chains, for users to add any chain they want with just one tap. Users don’t need to locate the name by sliding down the page and staring at the screen. Instead, they can just search for the names in the search bar provided. In short, two words, easy-peasy!

2. A “Retrieve” button for you to get information populated automatically

If the ChainList is not enough, you can also try the “Retrieve” button: Simply enter the PRC address of a mainnet, and tap “Retrieve”. All other data will be automatically retrieved and populated to avoid failure due to filling errors.

3. Access DApps on new Mainnets without adding it to the list in advanced

BitKeep currently supports 15,000+ DApps, and many of which are deployed on multiple networks. When a user tap to access a DApp and it’s detected that he/she hasn’t added a certain mainnet to the list, he/she will be prompted with a pop-up pane asking him/her to tap the “Add” button in order to access the DApp. That means no need to go back to the BitKeep landing page to add the mainnet.

How to add a custom mainnet? (BitKeep App)

The process of adding all custom mainnets is the same. So, let’s take adding Shiden for example:

1) Launch BitKeep app. Tap “ALL” in the upper right corner to enter the mainnet selection interface. Tap “Add a Mainnet”;

2) Tap “Custom Mainnet”, slide down and tap “View All Custom Mainnets”;


3) Tap “Add manually” in the upper right corner, fill in the RPC address, and tap “Retrieve” to get the data retrieved and populated, then enter your password;

4) Go back to the landing page, and you can see the mainnet and its native token just added to your list.

How to add a custom mainnet? (BitKeep Chrome Extension)

1. Access the BitKeep Chrome Extension. Click the mainnet in the upper left corner, and click “Custom Net”;


2) Find the mainnet that you want to add, and check it;


3) If you fail to find the mainnet you want in the list, click “Add manually”. Now fill in the RPC address of the network, click “Retrieve”. The remaining content will be automatically populated.

4) Click “Confirm”, you will be redirected to the wallet home page, where you can see that the mainnet just added is shown in the upper left corner, and the mainnet coin is also automatically added.

That’s all for BitKeep’s “Custom Mainnet” feature. Just try it out, and you’ll sure be impressed by its convenience.

And for those who want to benefit from the ETH fork, this feature will be very useful.


About BitKeep

BitKeep, the top decentralized multi-chain digital wallet in Asia, integrates Wallet, Swap, NFT Market, DApp and Discover in a single location. With a user base of nearly six million across 168 countries and regions, BitKeep forged strategic partnerships with multiple top 30 mainnets (including Polygon, Solana, BSC, ETH, Heco, OKXChain, TRON, Fantom, WAX, IOST, AVAX, zkSync), becoming their authorized wallet. With 75+ mainnets, 15,000+ DApps, 1,000,000+ NFTs and 250,000+ tokens supported, BitKeep is dedicated to creating the world’s largest Web3.0 gateway.

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