User Guide
Set up wallets

Set up wallets#

What is a wallet?#

A crypto wallet serves as a tool for storing, transferring, and engaging with blockchain networks. These wallets come in three primary types: software, hardware, and paper wallets. Depending on their connectivity to the internet, wallets can also be categorized as either "hot" or "cold."

A crypto wallet is composed of pairs of public and private keys. These keys are utilized for signing, sending, receiving transactions, and monitoring asset ownership. The wallet generates a public key from the private key, resulting in a public address represented by alphanumeric characters. This address is used to receive cryptocurrency assets and can be shared with others. However, the private key must remain confidential to prevent asset loss. Before interacting with the X1, it is essential to create a plugin wallet. We recommend using the following two wallets:

Supported wallets#

List of wallets supporting X1:

WalletsCustodyWebsite linkPlatformNetwork
OKX WalletNon-custodial, browserMulti-chain
MetaMaskNon-custodialhttps://metamask.ioMobile, browserEVM
Particle NetworkNon-custodialhttps://particle.networkMobile, browser, embeddedMulti-chain
imTokenNon-custodialhttps://token.imMobile, browser, hardware walletMulti-chain

How to configure network information#

After creating a wallet, you may need to manually configure the network information for the X1 testnet within your plugin wallet. Here are the relevant details:

PropertiesNetwork details
Network nameX1 testnet
Chain ID195
Token symbolOKB
Block explorer URL

Adding network via Chainlist (recommended)#

  1. Navigate to Chainlist.
  2. Click Connect Wallet button if not connected yet.


  1. If you have connected wallet, try to click the Add to Metamask button.

Chainlist add to metamask

  1. In the popup of the plugin wallet, click the Approve button in the bottom right corner.

Approve X1 testnet

Adding network in MetaMask#

  1. Unlock your MetaMask wallet and click the More icon at the top right:

Metamask wallet

  1. In the dropdown menu, click the Settings selection:

Metamask settings

  1. From the Settings list, select Networks to show the list of networks:

Choose networks

  1. Click the Add network button at the bottom of the page:

Network list

  1. Click Add a network manually at the bottom:

Add network

  1. Populate the network information for the X1 testnet as described above and click the Save button:

Input network info

You can now view the successfully configured X1 testnet network within your wallet!

Switching to X1 network in OKX Wallet#

  1. Unlock your OKX Wallet and click the network selection icon in the upper right corner, which is selected as All networks by default.

OKX wallet all network

  1. Click Testnet tap and find the X1 testnet. Click the bottom to switch to X1 testnet.

OKX wallet X1 testnet

You are now on the X1 testnet. Head to the X1 faucet to claim test tokens and embark on your journey into the world of Web3!

Switching to X1 network in Particle Wallet (Particle Network)#

  1. Log into Particle Wallet, either through the web app or mobile app, and navigate to the network selection menu in the upper left corner.

Particle Wallet network selection

  1. Enable Test Network, search for X1 Testnet, and click X1 Testnet.

Particle Wallet X1 testnet

You're now connected to the X1 testnet on Particle!