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How To Add BLAST Network To Metamask: BLAST RPC

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Last Updated on March 30, 2024 by cryptocreed

Blast is the only Ethereum L2 with native yield for ETH and stablecoins. Blast yield comes from ETH staking and RWA protocols. The yield from these decentralized protocols is passed back to Blast users automatically. The default interest rate on other L2s is 0%. On Blast, it’s 4% for ETH and 5% for stablecoins.

L2s today do not have this yield. Incorporating ETH and stablecoin yield natively requires a new L2 designed from the ground up. Blast is an EVM-compatible, optimistic rollup that raises the baseline yield for users and developers without changing the experience crypto natives expect.

This yield makes it possible to create new business models for Dapps that aren’t possible on other L2s.

How To Add BLAST in Metamask

Here are the BLAST Network details that you can use to add BLAST’s Mainnet and Testnet to Metamask. To add any new network to Metamask simply open the wallet and click on Add New Network to add networks. Enter the following details.

Blast Mainnet Network

Name Value
Network Name Blast Mainnet
RPC Endpoint https://rpc.blast.io
Chain ID 81457
Currency Symbol ETH
Block Explorer https://blastscan.io

Blast Testnet (Sepolia)

Name Value
Network Name Blast Sepolia
RPC Endpoint https://sepolia.blast.io
Chain ID 168587773
Currency Symbol ETH
Block Explorer https://testnet.blastscan.io

There are some other RPC endpoints shared by the official team.

Other Public RPC Endpoints

  1. https://rpc.blast.io
  2. https://rpc.ankr.com/blast
  3. https://blast.din.dev/rpc
  4. https://blastl2-mainnet.public.blastapi.io
  5. https://blast.blockpi.network/v1/rpc/public

Keep in mind that never add new networks to your wallet without knowing if they are legit or not. And also add new networks from official sources. You can verify the above BLAST RPC details from the official page here https://docs.blast.io/building/network-information.

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