A crypto wallet serves as a tool for storing, transferring, and engaging with blockchain networks. These wallets come in three primary types: software, hardware, and paper wallets. Depending on their connectivity to the internet, wallets can also be categorized as either "hot" or "cold."
A crypto wallet is composed of pairs of public and private keys. These keys are utilized for signing, sending, receiving transactions, and monitoring asset ownership. The wallet generates a public key from the private key, resulting in a public address represented by alphanumeric characters. This address is used to receive cryptocurrency assets and can be shared with others. However, the private key must remain confidential to prevent asset loss. Before interacting with the X1, it is essential to create a plugin wallet. We recommend using the following two wallets:
List of wallets supporting X1:
|NO.||Wallet name||Custody||Website link||Platform||Network|
|1||OKX Wallet||Non-custodial||https://www.okx.com/web3||Mobile, browser||Multi-chain|
|3||Particle Network||Non-custodial||https://particle.network||Mobile, browser, embedded||Multi-chain|
After creating a wallet, you may need to manually configure the network information for the X1 testnet within your plugin wallet. Here are the relevant details:
|Network name||X1 testnet|
|Block explorer URL||https://www.oklink.com/x1-test|
You can now view the successfully configured X1 testnet network within your wallet!
You are now on the X1 testnet. Head to the X1 faucet to claim test tokens and embark on your journey into the world of Web3!
You're now connected to the X1 testnet on Particle!