BitKeep Adds Aurora to Its List of Supported Mainnets
BitKeep is proud to announce that we have added Aurora to the list of supported mainnets.
With the support provided, BitKeep will deliver Aurora users with a convenient means for token transaction, DApp ecosystem participation, and more. Users are now able to use the DApps on Aurora network through BitKeep. At the same time, BitKeep will support more DApps from the network, representing it in its full glory. In the future, the partnership between Aurora and BitKeep will certainly go further.
How to participate
Scan the QR code to download BitKeep V7.1.5
1. Create a wallet/import a wallet
Users who already have an encrypted wallet can import the previously generated wallet into BitKeep using private key or mnemonics. Users who have never created a wallet please follow the steps below to create.
Create a wallet
1) Launch BitKeep app. Tap Create a New wallet. Read all the tips and check the prompt in the bottom, and tap “I have backed up”;
2) Verify your backup. Tap Confirm, then Enter Pin Code. Please keep the mnemonics properly. It is recommended to use a notebook to write down the mnemonics and put it away;BitKeep does not store your mnemonics on its server. Once the mnemonics get lost, you won’t be able to trace your assets, and BitKeep cannot help you recover your wallet.
3) Add BSC into your Mainnet list and tap Confirm. Now you are ready to try out BitKeep.
Import a wallet
You are going to need your private key or mnemonics to import a wallet. Do not copy it to the clipboard or there will be leaking risks. You’d better write the words down on a piece of paper and then input them manually. Here’s a step-by-step instruction: Launch Bitkeep. Choose “Import an existing wallet”. Input your mnemonics or private key, then input your wallet password;
2. How to Add Aurora in BitKeep
Launch BitKeep app. Tap ALL in the upper right corner to enter the mainnet selection interface. Tap Add a Mainnet, select Aurora, tap OK, and enter your password.
Aurora (https://aurora.dev/) is an Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) built on the NEAR Protocol , that provides a solution for developers to deploy their apps on an Ethereum-compatible, high-throughput, scalable and future-safe platform, with low transaction costs for their users. Besides the EVM, Aurora developed a fully trustrless Rainbow Bridge which allows users to transfer assets between Ethereum, NEAR, and Aurora. Aurora is backed by top VCs such as Pantera Capital, Electric Capital, Dragonfly Capital, Three Arrows Capital, and Alameda Research.
Thanks to Aurora’s EVM, Ethereum native applications can seamlessly be ported to Near’s L2-like network that is built as a smart contract on NEAR. Developers may enjoy familiar Ethereum tooling when working with their Solidity smart contracts on Aurora. The base token of Aurora is ETH, which provides a smooth experience for dapps’ users.
The features of the NEAR Protocol, such as delegated Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism and dynamic resharding , allow unprecedented transaction speeds and scalability in a fully Ethereum-compatible environment.
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