How To Make Eth2 Testnet & Mainnet Deposits with MetaMask

How To Make Eth2 Testnet & Mainnet Deposits with MetaMask

Step 1: Open your MetaMask Wallet

You can make the deposit from your mobile device or your web extension, the process is almost identical.

Step 2 [ONLY FOR TESTNET]: Select the ‘Goerli Test Network’

In your toolbar, on the upper right corner of your screen, you’ll find a drop-down list containing all of the available networks that MetaMask supports.

Select the ‘Goerli Test Network’.

How To Make Eth2 Testnet & Mainnet Deposits with MetaMask

Step 3: Enable Show Hex Data

In MetaMask Settings, select on ‘Advanced’.

Scroll down until you find the ‘Show Hex Data’ button, make sure it’s enabled.

How To Make Eth2 Testnet & Mainnet Deposits with MetaMask

Step 4: Add ‘Recipient’

In Blox Live, copy the Address and Tx data.

How To Make Eth2 Testnet & Mainnet Deposits with MetaMask

In your MetaMask Dashboard, click ‘Send’.

Paste the Address you copied from Blox Live in the ‘Add recipient’ box.

How To Make Eth2 Testnet & Mainnet Deposits with MetaMask

Step 5: Make Sure You Have Enough ETH / GoETH

Mainnet: The required deposit is 32 ETH, on top of that you’ll need a little more to cover the transaction fees (gas), so make sure you have at least 32.01 ETH in the wallet you connect.

Testnet: Once you select the Goerli Network, you’ll need to get at least 32 GöETH. We recommend having a little more to cover the transaction fees (gas). To get your GöETH, return to Blox Live and click on the ‘Need GöETH’ button. If you require any assistance at this stage, reach out on Discord.

Step 6: Make Your Deposit

Add the following information in the fields that appear:

Asset: Mainnet = ETH, Testnet = GöETH

Amount: 32

Transaction Fee: We recommend to select ‘Fast’

Hex Data: paste in the TX data that you copied earlier from Blox Live.

How To Make Eth2 Testnet & Mainnet Deposits with MetaMask

That’s it! Now you can go back to your Blox Live Dashboard to monitor the approval process.

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