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Network Details

NameDescription
RPC URLhttps://rpc.mantle.xyz
WebSocket URLwss://wss.mantle.xyz
Chain ID5000
Token SymbolMNT
Explorerhttps://mantlescan.xyz/
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The official Mantle RPC employs rate limiting to ensure stability during traffic spikes. If your particular use case involves calling the Mantle API frequently, you might run into issues that arise due to rate limiting. For such use cases, consider connecting to third-party RPCs instead. You can find the list of available RPC providers here.

Onboarding Tools

Here are some useful tools for developers' onboarding.

NameURL
FaucetN/A
Bridgehttps://bridge.mantle.xyz/

Contract Address

Mantle as a Layer 2 (L2) system of Ethereum, scales Ethereum by deploying L1 contracts and L2 contracts. The most updated list of addresses of the contracts deployed on Ethereum and Mantle Network is available as follows:

Token List

The Mantle Bridge allows a one-to-many mapping between layer 1 (L1) and layer 2 (L2) tokens, meaning that there can be multiple Mantle implementations of an L1 token.

However, there is always a one-to-one mapping between L1 and L2 tokens listed on the Mantle token list. The token list is used as the source of truth for the Mantle Bridge which is the main portal for moving assets between L1 and L2.

Adding a Token to the List

If you want to have your token added to the token list, you'll need to make a pull request against the Mantle token list repository. You'll need the addresses for both the L1 and L2 tokens, as well as a logo for the token.

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For reference, take a look at this simple pull request that adds a token to the token list.