Flux Protocol

HECO Wallet Configuration

When connecting to Flux Protocol on HECO, please make sure that your wallet has been configured accordingly. The most commonly used browser wallet for interacting with HECO is the well-known Metamask Wallet. Please follow the official instructions as documented below:
1. Go to the setting page on MetaMask by clicking the "Settings" button.
2. Click "Networks" at the left side to enter into this page and then click "Add Network" at the top right corner.
3. Enter all the content at the right side. And all the content can be found below:
Network name: HT- Mainnet
Chain ID: 128
Symbol: HT
Block Explorer: https://scan.hecochain.com
After filling in all the necessary HECO Network information , click "Save" and make sure you're MetaMask wallet is connected to the HECO Network when interacting with Flux Protocol on HECO.

Alternative - Connecting to HECO with Chainlist (Connect at your own risk!)

Use Chainlist on your own risk! This is not the official tutorial but an alternative to consider by the open source community and promoted by Andre Cronje!
If you want to try a faster way for adding the HECO Mainnet and Testnet information to your Metamask wallet you can use chainlist.org.
Chainlist is a list of EVM networks. Users can use the information to connect their wallets and Web3 middleware providers to the appropriate Chain ID and Network ID to connect to the correct chain. Andre Cronje's pinned Twitter message includes chainlist.org, and the source code can be found on the website of chainlist.org
by connecting your Metamask wallet to the chainlist.org, find ChainID 128 (HECO Mainnet) and ChainID 256 (HECO Testnet) and add click on "Add to Metamask" to add the networks to your Metamask.