Help: Add Address

Step 1

Add New Address

What is an Address?

Address is the 42 character hexadecimal address representing a smart contract or a public wallet. On a high-level, there are two types of addresses - Externally Owned and Contract address.

Externally owned address or wallet address is an account of public and private key pair that holds your funds.

Contract address is the address to a collection of application code on the blockchain that executes application specific functions.

How do I retrieve address for a smart contract that I am interested in?

The public addresses of contracts should be available on the project websites. You can also retrieve addresses from the block explorers.

For Ethereum :
For RSK:
For xDAI & PoA:

Can I just type in the contract name in the Address field?

For Ethereum, we support auto-populating contract addresses for popular smart contracts. You can just type in the name of the contract and the field should be auto-populated.

Add New Address Autocomplete

For the other networks, you have to manually enter the address.

What are Supported Networks?

We support Ethereum, RSK, PoA and xDAI.

How long does it take to add an address in Chainbeat?

The add address is a simple 2 step process that takes less than a minute to complete. The data retrieval for the contract depends on the size of the contract, it can take a few minutes to a few hours for the process to complete. You will get an email as soon as we retrieve all data.

Step 2

Confirm Address and Name

What is Name?

Name is the contract or wallet name in Chainbeat. This field is editable and you can change it or call it anything that you like.

What do I do if the auto-detected network for the address is incorrect?

Email us at right away if you face an issue with the autodetection process.