🐰Rabby configuration

In this guide, you will learn how to configure the Rabby extension on Google Chrome to send and receive tokens, and interact with the Cronos zkEVM network.

Create a Rabby wallet

You need to:

  • Download the Rabby browser extension for desktop.

  • And then either create a new wallet (in this case, the seed phrase will be generated by the wallet), or import an existing wallet (using the seed phrase or private key).

Connect Rabby to Cronos zkEVM network

Let's connect your Rabby wallet to the Cronos zkEVM network.

Open the Rabby extension and click on the "More" icon:

Select "Add custom network":

After clicking "Add custom network" once more you should see a window similar to this:

Here you can enter the details of Cronos zkEVM testnet:

Name: Cronos zkEVM Testnet

New RPC URL: https://testnet.zkevm.cronos.org/

Chain ID: 282

Symbol: zkTCRO

Block explorer URL: https://explorer.zkevm.cronos.org/testnet/

Subsequently, to connect to the network, you will need to click on the "Network" icon in the Rabby main window:

Here, you can select Cronos zkEVM testnet under Custom networks:

To see your zkTCRO balance, click on the arrow next to network, then "Custom network" and you should see your zkTCRO balance:

Connect Rabby to Ethereum Sepolia testnet

If you need to execute cross-chain transactions between Cronos zkEVM testnet and Ethereum testnet, you definitely need to configure the Ethereum Sepolia testnet too.

The procedure is similar to above.

You need to find a RPC URL either from a commercial provider, or from one of the active links listed on this page: https://chainlist.org/chain/11155111

For example:

Name: Ethereum Sepolia

RPC URL: https://sepolia.gateway.tenderly.co

Chain ID: 11155111

Symbol: SepoliaETH

Block explorer URL: https://sepolia.etherscan.io

After saving the network configuration, we should be able to see your SepoliaETH token balance.

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