Adding Support for a Web3 Wallet

Identifying Your Provider

If you're a web3 wallet developer or user, you'll definitely want to have people see your name and logo when they browse MyCrypto with your browser:

It's easy to get that to happen, just open a pull request with the following changes:

  1. Add your logo to common/assets/images/wallets/{provider}.svg
    • Must be an SVG, must be #000 black, should be roughly square in shape.
  2. Add the name of your provider to common/translations/lang/en.json as X_{PROVIDER}.
    • If you go by a different name in other languages, you can also add it to other language configs.
  3. Add the logo and names to the configuration in common/utils/web3.ts's WEB3_CONFIGS object.
    • The key of the WEB3_CONFIGS object should be the value of web3.currentProvider.constructor.name. You must ensure that this string is consistent, and not uglified as a part of your build. This has become the standard way of identifying providers, though we're open to better techniques as they come along.

Suggesting your Provider

If you'd like for us to suggest your Web3 provider during wallet creation or web3 unlock as an alternative, please reach out to press@mycrypto.com.





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