In this tutorial you will learn how to install MetaMask and add STASH to the list of tokens available in your wallet.
In order to use MetaMask you need to have one of the following browsers installed:
Next you will want to visit MetaMask to download the browser extension.
After downloading and installing the MetaMask extension, you will need to set a password and write down your recovery seed phrase. It is recommended to keep this pass phrase somewhere safe. You can learn more about wallet security here.
After you have completed the MetaMask setup you should be shown a interface like the following.
After you have successfully installed and setup MetaMask, you can select the hamburger menu on the top left to add a custom token “STASH”. As shown in the image below.
The following screen will request that you enter the ERC20 contract address. The other information regarding token name and decimals are included automatically.
The token smart contract for STASH is the following:
Do not send ERC20 Tokens or Ethereum to this address.
You will need to confirm the adding of STASH tokens to MetaMask. After you have added STASH as a custom token in MetaMask you will see the option to select “STASH” to send.
Now that you have successfully installed, configured, and added STASH as a custom token on MetaMask you can easily switch between using ETH or STASH via the hamburger menu on the upper left.
Be sure to check out the other guides for MetaMask:
- How to Improve Security with MetaMask
- How to Send STASH with MetaMask
- How to Restore MetaMask Account
- How to Connect to DApps with MetaMask