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Wallets come in many shapes and forms and are either natively supporting ARTIS or can be connected via custom RPC configurations often offered for Ethereum wallets.
Custom RPC connection details:
Enable ARTIS ∑1 mainnet or ARTIS τ1 testnet in Settings > Select Active Networks > ... Available for iOS and Android
Enable ARTIS ∑1 mainnet or ARTIS τ1 testnet in Settings > Networks > Add Network and provide the requested custom RPC details (
see table above). Available for iOS and Android
In Settings you can decide to work either on test networks (ARTIS τ1, LUKSO L14, POA Sokol, Rinkeby, Ropsten, Kovan and Görli) or on main networks (ARTIS ∑1, xDai Chain, POA Core and Ethereum). Available for Android
Open 'Networks' and select Custom RPC and provide the requested custom RPC details (
see table above)
Connecting this wallet with ARTIS is done by Change Network > Show other Networks > ARTIS sigma1 or tau1
Just open the link below in your favorite browser and interact with ARTIS ∑1 right away. The by far simplest way to transfer ATS coins.
Minerva Cash uses the local storage (like for cookies) of your browser to store the secret private key of this 'instant' wallet. It is very convenient for on-boarding, but not secure to store keys. You should at least backup your secret private key or seed phrase and avoid handling large amounts of ATS coins in it over a longer period of time.
Just open the link below in your favorite browser and interact with ARTIS τ1 right away. The by far simplest way to transfer tATS coins.
Like for Minerva Cash - ARTIS ∑1 mainnet, this is a simple way to on-board and demonstrate transfers with tATS on the ARTIS τ1 testnet. Because the coins are on the testnet, you can always refill the wallet via the tATS Faucet in case you lost the coins.