What is a Blockchain Network?

Various cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin, Ethereum, TRON, etc., operate on separate blockchain networks, each with its unique value transfer logic and information processing methods.

In imToken, the blockchain network is primarily categorized into four types: Layer 1, Layer 2, EVM-compatible chains, and custom networks. If users wish to add accounts from multiple blockchain networks, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and TRON, to a single wallet, they can do so by navigating to “My Profile” -> “Wallet Management” -> “Add Account”, and then selecting the desired network to complete the account addition process.

If you cannot find the network you want to check on the add account page, please follow the steps below to configure the network.

Blockchain Network Configuration

imToken currently supports two ways to configure the blockchain network:

1.Quick add

Click "My Profile" - "Blockchain Network" - "+" - "Quick Add" to enter the EVM Box. It contains the mainnets and testnets of all well-known EVM-compatible chains. Enter the network name, such as Ethereum Classic, in the EVM BOX search box, then click "Switch" and "Confirm".



If you still cannot find the network you want to add in the EVM BOX, you can use the customize function. Click "My Profile"-"Blockchain Network" - "+"-"Customize", fill in the network name, RPC address, chain ID, symbol and block browser, and click "Save". 

Information about commonly used networks can be queried through Chainlist   :https://chainid.network/ 

After the network configuration is complete, return to the add account page to check the network and add the account.



When accessing a DApp that requires connection to a specific network such as Polygon, if your imToken wallet does not have an account for that network, you will receive a prompt. imToken will then automatically add the corresponding account, and you simply need to click to confirm the addition on the pop-up page.