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How to Add a Default Network to MEW web

1 min read

You can add your Network to our default Network list under the conditions that your network is similar to Ethereum, has it’s own unique ChainID, and has a running blockchain explorer.

Adding your Network Type

If you’re adding a completely new network, you’ll need to first add it as a ‘Type’.


Step 1. Head to https://github.com/MyEtherWallet/MyEtherWallet/tree/master/src/networks/types

  • Follow this link and check if your network type is already present. If not, you will need to prepare a few pieces of information about your network, such as the name, symbol, homepage, blockExplorer, and chainID.

Step 2. If you don’t see your network in the list, click ‘Create new file’ in the top-right corner of GitHub.

Step 3. Name your folder the same name as the network you’re adding.

  • Example using CLO: ‘CLO.js’

Step 4. Fill in your network type information with the format below, using CLO as an example.



import tokens from '@/_generated/tokens/tokens-clo.json'; import contracts from '@/_generated/contracts/contract-abi-clo.json'; import clo from '@/assets/images/networks/clo.svg';

export default {
name: ‘CLO’,
name_long: ‘Callisto’,
homePage: ‘https://callisto.network/',
blockExplorerTX: ‘https://explorer.callisto.network/tx/[[txHash]]',
blockExplorerAddr: ‘https://explorer.callisto.network/account/[[address]]',
chainID: 820,
tokens: tokens,
contracts: contracts,
icon: clo,
currencyName: ‘CLO’
};


Note: When you fill in your blockExplorerTX and blockExplorerAddr, make sure to replace the section of the URL that usually holds transaction hashes with ‘[[txHash]]’ and the section that shows the user’s public address with ‘[[address]]’ exactly as shown above.



Step 5. Once you’re finished, click ‘Propose New File’.

  • Feel free to add any additional information you’d like to let us know about.

Step 6. Review what you’ve just made, then press ‘Create Pull Request’ twice.

Step 7. That’s it. You successfully made a new pull request!

  • We will now review and pull it in, and it will be made live on the site with our next release. We may also ask you questions if something is confusing, for whatever reason.

Adding your Node as a Default Network on MEW web


Step 1. Head to https://github.com/MyEtherWallet/MyEtherWallet/tree/master/src/networks/nodes

Step 2. Click ‘Create new file’ in the top-right corner of GitHub.

Step 3. Name your file the same name as the network you’re adding.

  • Example using CLO: ‘clo.js’

Step 4. Fill in your network type information with the format below, using CLO as an example.

  • Change all the references to CLO with the appropriate information for your network.
  • It’s a good idea to keep most of your naming and linking in all lower-case. You should only capitalize the type.


import { CLO } from '../types'; export default { type: CLO, service: '0xinfra.com', url: 'https://clo-geth.0xinfra.com/', port: 443, auth: false, username: '', password: '' };


Step 5. Once you’re finished, click ‘Propose New File’.

  • Feel free to add any additional information you’d like to let us know about.

Step 6. Review what you’ve just made, then press ‘Create Pull Request’ twice.

Step 7. That’s it. You successfully made a new pull request!

  • We will now review and pull it in, and it will be made live on the site with our next release. We may also ask you questions if something is confusing, for whatever reason.

How to Add a Default Network to MEW web

1 min read

You can add your Network to our default Network list under the conditions that your network is similar to Ethereum, has it’s own unique ChainID, and has a running blockchain explorer.

Adding your Network Type

If you’re adding a completely new network, you’ll need to first add it as a ‘Type’.


Step 1. Head to https://github.com/MyEtherWallet/MyEtherWallet/tree/master/src/networks/types

  • Follow this link and check if your network type is already present. If not, you will need to prepare a few pieces of information about your network, such as the name, symbol, homepage, blockExplorer, and chainID.

Step 2. If you don’t see your network in the list, click ‘Create new file’ in the top-right corner of GitHub.

Step 3. Name your folder the same name as the network you’re adding.

  • Example using CLO: ‘CLO.js’

Step 4. Fill in your network type information with the format below, using CLO as an example.



import tokens from '@/_generated/tokens/tokens-clo.json'; import contracts from '@/_generated/contracts/contract-abi-clo.json'; import clo from '@/assets/images/networks/clo.svg';

export default {
name: ‘CLO’,
name_long: ‘Callisto’,
homePage: ‘https://callisto.network/',
blockExplorerTX: ‘https://explorer.callisto.network/tx/[[txHash]]',
blockExplorerAddr: ‘https://explorer.callisto.network/account/[[address]]',
chainID: 820,
tokens: tokens,
contracts: contracts,
icon: clo,
currencyName: ‘CLO’
};


Note: When you fill in your blockExplorerTX and blockExplorerAddr, make sure to replace the section of the URL that usually holds transaction hashes with ‘[[txHash]]’ and the section that shows the user’s public address with ‘[[address]]’ exactly as shown above.



Step 5. Once you’re finished, click ‘Propose New File’.

  • Feel free to add any additional information you’d like to let us know about.

Step 6. Review what you’ve just made, then press ‘Create Pull Request’ twice.

Step 7. That’s it. You successfully made a new pull request!

  • We will now review and pull it in, and it will be made live on the site with our next release. We may also ask you questions if something is confusing, for whatever reason.

Adding your Node as a Default Network on MEW web


Step 1. Head to https://github.com/MyEtherWallet/MyEtherWallet/tree/master/src/networks/nodes

Step 2. Click ‘Create new file’ in the top-right corner of GitHub.

Step 3. Name your file the same name as the network you’re adding.

  • Example using CLO: ‘clo.js’

Step 4. Fill in your network type information with the format below, using CLO as an example.

  • Change all the references to CLO with the appropriate information for your network.
  • It’s a good idea to keep most of your naming and linking in all lower-case. You should only capitalize the type.


import { CLO } from '../types'; export default { type: CLO, service: '0xinfra.com', url: 'https://clo-geth.0xinfra.com/', port: 443, auth: false, username: '', password: '' };


Step 5. Once you’re finished, click ‘Propose New File’.

  • Feel free to add any additional information you’d like to let us know about.

Step 6. Review what you’ve just made, then press ‘Create Pull Request’ twice.

Step 7. That’s it. You successfully made a new pull request!

  • We will now review and pull it in, and it will be made live on the site with our next release. We may also ask you questions if something is confusing, for whatever reason.
Customer Support
Networks And Nodes

How to Add a Default Network to MEW web

1 min read

You can add your Network to our default Network list under the conditions that your network is similar to Ethereum, has it’s own unique ChainID, and has a running blockchain explorer.

Adding your Network Type

If you’re adding a completely new network, you’ll need to first add it as a ‘Type’.


Step 1. Head to https://github.com/MyEtherWallet/MyEtherWallet/tree/master/src/networks/types

  • Follow this link and check if your network type is already present. If not, you will need to prepare a few pieces of information about your network, such as the name, symbol, homepage, blockExplorer, and chainID.

Step 2. If you don’t see your network in the list, click ‘Create new file’ in the top-right corner of GitHub.

Step 3. Name your folder the same name as the network you’re adding.

  • Example using CLO: ‘CLO.js’

Step 4. Fill in your network type information with the format below, using CLO as an example.



import tokens from '@/_generated/tokens/tokens-clo.json'; import contracts from '@/_generated/contracts/contract-abi-clo.json'; import clo from '@/assets/images/networks/clo.svg';

export default {
name: ‘CLO’,
name_long: ‘Callisto’,
homePage: ‘https://callisto.network/',
blockExplorerTX: ‘https://explorer.callisto.network/tx/[[txHash]]',
blockExplorerAddr: ‘https://explorer.callisto.network/account/[[address]]',
chainID: 820,
tokens: tokens,
contracts: contracts,
icon: clo,
currencyName: ‘CLO’
};


Note: When you fill in your blockExplorerTX and blockExplorerAddr, make sure to replace the section of the URL that usually holds transaction hashes with ‘[[txHash]]’ and the section that shows the user’s public address with ‘[[address]]’ exactly as shown above.



Step 5. Once you’re finished, click ‘Propose New File’.

  • Feel free to add any additional information you’d like to let us know about.

Step 6. Review what you’ve just made, then press ‘Create Pull Request’ twice.

Step 7. That’s it. You successfully made a new pull request!

  • We will now review and pull it in, and it will be made live on the site with our next release. We may also ask you questions if something is confusing, for whatever reason.

Adding your Node as a Default Network on MEW web


Step 1. Head to https://github.com/MyEtherWallet/MyEtherWallet/tree/master/src/networks/nodes

Step 2. Click ‘Create new file’ in the top-right corner of GitHub.

Step 3. Name your file the same name as the network you’re adding.

  • Example using CLO: ‘clo.js’

Step 4. Fill in your network type information with the format below, using CLO as an example.

  • Change all the references to CLO with the appropriate information for your network.
  • It’s a good idea to keep most of your naming and linking in all lower-case. You should only capitalize the type.


import { CLO } from '../types'; export default { type: CLO, service: '0xinfra.com', url: 'https://clo-geth.0xinfra.com/', port: 443, auth: false, username: '', password: '' };


Step 5. Once you’re finished, click ‘Propose New File’.

  • Feel free to add any additional information you’d like to let us know about.

Step 6. Review what you’ve just made, then press ‘Create Pull Request’ twice.

Step 7. That’s it. You successfully made a new pull request!

  • We will now review and pull it in, and it will be made live on the site with our next release. We may also ask you questions if something is confusing, for whatever reason.

How to Add a Default Network to MEW web

1 min read

You can add your Network to our default Network list under the conditions that your network is similar to Ethereum, has it’s own unique ChainID, and has a running blockchain explorer.

Adding your Network Type

If you’re adding a completely new network, you’ll need to first add it as a ‘Type’.


Step 1. Head to https://github.com/MyEtherWallet/MyEtherWallet/tree/master/src/networks/types

  • Follow this link and check if your network type is already present. If not, you will need to prepare a few pieces of information about your network, such as the name, symbol, homepage, blockExplorer, and chainID.

Step 2. If you don’t see your network in the list, click ‘Create new file’ in the top-right corner of GitHub.

Step 3. Name your folder the same name as the network you’re adding.

  • Example using CLO: ‘CLO.js’

Step 4. Fill in your network type information with the format below, using CLO as an example.



import tokens from '@/_generated/tokens/tokens-clo.json'; import contracts from '@/_generated/contracts/contract-abi-clo.json'; import clo from '@/assets/images/networks/clo.svg';

export default {
name: ‘CLO’,
name_long: ‘Callisto’,
homePage: ‘https://callisto.network/',
blockExplorerTX: ‘https://explorer.callisto.network/tx/[[txHash]]',
blockExplorerAddr: ‘https://explorer.callisto.network/account/[[address]]',
chainID: 820,
tokens: tokens,
contracts: contracts,
icon: clo,
currencyName: ‘CLO’
};


Note: When you fill in your blockExplorerTX and blockExplorerAddr, make sure to replace the section of the URL that usually holds transaction hashes with ‘[[txHash]]’ and the section that shows the user’s public address with ‘[[address]]’ exactly as shown above.



Step 5. Once you’re finished, click ‘Propose New File’.

  • Feel free to add any additional information you’d like to let us know about.

Step 6. Review what you’ve just made, then press ‘Create Pull Request’ twice.

Step 7. That’s it. You successfully made a new pull request!

  • We will now review and pull it in, and it will be made live on the site with our next release. We may also ask you questions if something is confusing, for whatever reason.

Adding your Node as a Default Network on MEW web


Step 1. Head to https://github.com/MyEtherWallet/MyEtherWallet/tree/master/src/networks/nodes

Step 2. Click ‘Create new file’ in the top-right corner of GitHub.

Step 3. Name your file the same name as the network you’re adding.

  • Example using CLO: ‘clo.js’

Step 4. Fill in your network type information with the format below, using CLO as an example.

  • Change all the references to CLO with the appropriate information for your network.
  • It’s a good idea to keep most of your naming and linking in all lower-case. You should only capitalize the type.


import { CLO } from '../types'; export default { type: CLO, service: '0xinfra.com', url: 'https://clo-geth.0xinfra.com/', port: 443, auth: false, username: '', password: '' };


Step 5. Once you’re finished, click ‘Propose New File’.

  • Feel free to add any additional information you’d like to let us know about.

Step 6. Review what you’ve just made, then press ‘Create Pull Request’ twice.

Step 7. That’s it. You successfully made a new pull request!

  • We will now review and pull it in, and it will be made live on the site with our next release. We may also ask you questions if something is confusing, for whatever reason.
Customer Support