Let’s talk about everything you need to know about how Ethereum works. We’ll look at how to send ETH, how to add chips and more.
Here are the most important things to remember about the Ethereum business:
Ethereum-based transactions are carried out on the Ethereum blockchain. As in the case of Bitcoin, people create companies and miners support them on the blockchain.
You must use an Ethereum wallet, such as MetaMask, to send and receive Ethereum, unless you are using an independent platform like Coinbase.
If you do not use the administration service, you can send all Ethereum-based tokens to the same address. If you are using a third party system, click on the add-on button next to the icons provided by the platform to open the recipient’s user address.
For wallets, you can store ETH and other Ethereum chips, such as DAI and ZRX, in a wallet. ETH and other Ethereum-based tokens can use the same recipient address (Ethereum tokens do not receive a single subscription address or receive a single password).
Sending Ethereum all the time costs ETH. ETH pays a tax on a business called “gas”. That’s right, you want to make sure you have enough Ethereum to cover costs when you are not using the retention service (in addition to the retention service, you can pay the bill in other ways as well). If you want your business to run faster and you can control the gas you use, try increasing the amount of gas you use.
To add tokens to your wallet, for example, in MetaMask, click on the “Add tokens” button and enter the contract address (which can be found on sites like etherscan.io).
You can use the Ethereum wallet as a MetaMask for synchronization. You lose fuel through a contract, so you always want to use ETH in your Ethereum portfolio.
But that’s it. You will use a wallet like MetaMask to interact with dApp and send and receive other tokens based on ETH and Ethereum, if the icon does not appear on the wallet, add it and don’t forget to save ETH to pay for fuel in the wallet!