The following guide will show you how to send PHT tokens using MetaMask.
It is assumed that you have:
Followed the How to Create a Wallet guide to generated a PHT address
Received PHT tokens to your wallet.
The material and information contained on this document are for technical information purposes only. It is provided “as-is” on a best-effort basis.
Skip this step if you are already logged in.
Step 1: Log in to your MetaMask Wallet and click on “Expand View” to open in a new tab. In the event you have forgotten your password, you can restore your MetaMask Wallet using the secret backup phrase you should have saved during the account creation.
Step 2: Click on “Network” to display all available networks and select “Custom RPC” from the available options.
Step 3: In the section “New Network” click on “Show Advanced Options” and fill in the following information:
RPC Url: https://node.mainnet.lightstreams.io:443 ChainId: 0xA3 Symbol: ETH Nickname: Lightstreams Block Explorer URL: https://explorer.lightstreams.io/ Note: Previous versions of MetaMask permitted the ChainId to be 163. Now, this is required to be in Hexidecimal format.
Step 4: Click “Save”. Lightstreams Network is now properly set up in your MetaMask Wallet. Make sure to always have selected the Lightstreams Network before pursuing the next step.
Step 5: Click on the “Send” button.
Step 6: Click “Advanced Options”.
Step 7: Change the Gas Price (Gwei) from 10 to 500. The transaction fee you will pay from your account 0.0105 PHT. Then click “Save”.
Step 8: Enter the following details for sending your PHT tokens. Ignore the "Send ETH" title, we will be sending PHT.
To: The PHT account you will be sending your tokens to. Asset: Do not change. (Keep the ETH symbol selected) Amount: The amount of PHT tokens you want to send.
Step 9: Click “Confirm”
Your transaction should now be confirmed.
If you have set the Lightstreams explorer address in the network settings (https://explorer.lightstreams.io), you can view the transaction details by clicking on the confirmed transaction line and then the “View at” arrow.