Connecting to Arbitrum / BNB
Arbitrum is an EVM-compatible chain, meaning it can easily work with MetaMask, as well as most browser-based wallets. Click on the network drop-down menu, and select "Add Network" from the bottom. Add in the following details:
The BNB chain (previously known as Binance Smart Chain-BSC) is an EVM-compatible chain meaning it can easily run with MetaMask. The first step of this tutorial is to set up a different BNB network on Metamask. Open Metamask, click on the Network you're currently on, then click on Add Network. Input the details below:
Chain ID: 56
Visit Chainlist, connect your wallet to the site, search for "Arbitrum One" or "BNB" in the navbar, and click the "Add Chain" button.
The Radiant DAO recommends Stargate Finance due to its deep liquidity reserves and user interface. However, Multichain, Celer Bridge, and Synapse Protocol are excellent options.
The $RDNT token is widely available across numerous decentralized and centralized exchanges.
Because Arbitrum was designed as a Layer 2 to exist on top of the Ethereum Network (and uses ETH for its on-chain native token), almost all of the well-established DEXes support trading over Arbitrum. Some commonly-used options include:
Radiant dLPs on Binance Chain require pairing $RDNT with BNB coin. BNB was created as a utility token for discounted trading fees in 2017, but its uses have expanded to numerous applications, including payments for transaction fees. You may acquire BNB via:
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