Summary: PulseChain has now successfully deployed to the Mainnet, enabling you to add the Mainnet network to your MetaMask Wallet. The PulseChain Network is readily available on Metamask, given its compatibility with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM).

The easiest way to do so is via ChainList, which is the largest and most trusted EVM network information aggregator. If you need assistance to navigate this newly active PulseChain Mainnet, please refer to our detailed guide below.

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Can you add PulseChain to MetaMask?

Yes, you can add PulseChain to MetaMask. This is because PulseChain is a fork of Ethereum's GETH client, which ensures its compatibility with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). MetaMask is primarily designed for Ethereum-based tokens and PulseChain fits that category due to its origin.

How to Add PulseChain to MetaMask

PulseChain's compatibility with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) ensures its support by MetaMask. This is due to its similarity to Ethereum's programming language, Solidity, facilitating seamless deployment of ETH-based dapps.

You can easily connect your MetaMask Wallet with PulseChain via the Chainlist app, an aggregator for EVM-networks. Here's a concise guide to get you started:

  1. Visit ChainList and connect your MetaMask Wallet.
  2. Type 'PulseChain' in the 'Search Networks' bar.
  3. Click 'Add to MetaMask' to automatically connect to the verified RPC information.
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What are the PulseChain RPC Details?

If you want to connect directly to the PulseChain RPC without going through a third part website, you can input the details directly to your wallet. You can find the verified RPC and Network ID on the PulseChain Website. These are the PulseChain RPC details for your convenience:

  • Network name: PulseChain
  • Network URL:
  • Chain ID: 369
  • Currency symbol: PLS
  • Block explorer URL:

What is PulseChain?

PulseChain is a blockchain project led by Richard Heart, the founder of Hex, another cryptocurrency. PulseChain is promoted as an Ethereum fork, meaning it is a copy of the Ethereum blockchain, but it is designed to offer lower transaction fees and faster transaction speeds, two factors that have been significant issues on the Ethereum network.

PulseChain's main feature is its intention to increase Ethereum's throughput by using a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism instead of Ethereum's current Proof-of-Work (PoW) mechanism.

Bottom Line

In conclusion, PulseChain is a promising Ethereum fork blockchain project designed to address some of Ethereum's current challenges like high transaction fees and slower speeds. Its compatibility with Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) makes it easy to integrate with MetaMask, a widely-used Ethereum wallet. Whether through the Chainlist app or manually, adding PulseChain to MetaMask is a straightforward process. As always, users are encouraged to do their own research and exercise caution when exploring new blockchain projects.