Utilising MEW and Ledger with ENIX.

Enix Foundation
Jan 17 · 2 min read

After discussing with the various developers for ENIX and the applications built to work with the blockchain.

Some theories were put into practice, below is a guide to interact with the ENIX blockchain utilising both MEW (Myetherwallet.com) and Ledger Hardware Wallet (via MEW).

This is a similar approach to interacting with ETH or even Altcoins on MEW, only you will use a Custom Network point to interact with the ENIX blockchain instead of the ETH Blockchain.


The following information is important, to interact with the Enix Blockchain.

Node Name: ENIX

URL: https://rpc.enix.ai

[[txhash]]: https://explorer.enix.ai/tx/[[txHash]]

Chain ID: 418

[[address]]: https://explorer.enix.ai/address/[[address]]

Port: 443


Like-always you log in to your MEW via Ledger, you then click ‘change network’.

Up pop’s a popup.

You will see some existing networks that have become established and MEW has provided a list of defaults to choose from, you can, however, click ‘add custom network/node’.

Will be presented, you would then click the dropdown, and select Custom.

And begin entering the custom data

Node Name: ENIX

URL: https://rpc.enix.ai

[[txhash]]: https://explorer.enix.ai/tx/[[txHash]]

Chain ID: 418

[[address]]: https://explorer.enix.ai/address/[[address]]

Port: 443

Click Save.


Now, whenever you log in from that browser MEW will have this as an option for you, but if you ever cleanse your browser, you may lose this client-side stored preferences.


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