What should my address look like?
A blockchain address is a unique string of characters, usually in a hexadecimal format of numbers & letters.
These strings represent a public address used by a blockchain to identify participants.
On Ethereum and most EVM-compatible networks like BSC, addresses start with 0x.
Example: 0x1871464F087dB27823Cff66Aa88599AA4815aE95 (Galxe OAT Contract)
Check out this article to learn what Networks Galxe Supports 📝
Your Wallet Address & GalxeID Are Related
You'll notice when your visit Galxe that you have an ID. 👇
On Galxe, your wallet address corresponds with an ID and is linked to you when you sign in to Galxe.
The URL format should be:
ENS Names on Galxe
Public addresses get used to send & receive transactions on a network.
For example, if you send Ether to someone, you send it to their public address or ENS name.
An ENS name can be set as your username on Galxe!
Find this option in your settings. ⚙️
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Sending Transactions on Galxe
If you need to send transactions, ensure you have some crypto to cover the network fees.
As soon as a block is confirmed, transactions get completed.
The network state changes to reflect the transactions, and accounts are adjusted.
In most cases, your wallet won't let you send a transaction that will fail, and it will tell you if it may not be successful.
A network consumes the transaction fees— you are competing with others and paying for valuable block space.
Because of this, you will not get a refund from network fees unless it's returned by the network as unconsumed units of gas.
Learn more about network fees here.