How to connect to Pulsechain Testnet V2b with Metamask
Feb 9, 2023
All you need to know about connecting to Pulsechain Testnet V2b with Metamask
Pulsechain is a blockchain platform designed for businesses and organizations to create, manage and deploy decentralized applications (dApps). The Pulsechain Testnet v2b is a sandbox environment for developers and users to test and experiment with their dApps. In this article, we will go over the steps to connect to Pulsechain Testnet v2b.
In this guide ill be using Metamask as an example defi wallet. Learn more about metamask HERE(create link later)
Step 1: Install Metamask Wallet
The first step in connecting to Pulsechain Testnet v2b is to have a defi wallet. You can download the wallet from the Metamask.io official website. Im using Google Chrome in this guide. See my other guide on how to install Metamask on Google Chrome.(create link here)
Step 2: Once installed, open the wallet and create a new a wallet. You will be asked to back up your seed phrase and create a password. Make sure to store your seed phrase in a safe place, as it is the only way to recover your account if you forget your password. I recommend writing it down and never storing it online. Not your keys, not your crypto.
Step 3: Connect to the Pulsechain Testnet v2b
After creating your account, you need to connect to the Pulsechain Testnet v2b. To do this, go to "Settings" and click on the "Network" tab then click Add Network button.
At the bottome click "Add a network manually".
Enter RPC details:
Network Name: PulseChain Testnet 2b
New RPC URL: https://rpc.v2b.testnet.pulsechain.com
Chain ID: 941
Currency Symbol: tPLS
Block Explorer URL: https://scan.v2b.testnet.pulsechain.com
Step 4: Obtain Testnet Tokens
Pulsechain uses its own cryptocurrency, called PLS, to run transactions on the network. In order to test your dApps on the Pulsechain Testnet v2b, you will need to obtain some testnet tPLS. You can get testnet tPLS from the Pulsechain faucet, which is available on the Pulsechain.com official website.
Step 5: Start Building and Testing Your dApps
Now that you have testnet tPLS in your Pulsechain wallet, you can start building and testing your dApps on the Pulsechain Testnet v2b. You can use the wallet to deploy your dApps and test their functionality.
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In conclusion, connecting to the Pulsechain Testnet v2b is a simple and straightforward process. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can get up and running with testing your dApps on the Pulsechain network in no time. Whether you are a seasoned developer or just starting out, the Pulsechain Testnet v2b provides a safe and secure environment for testing and experimentation.