Networks are an important concept to understand when managing your crypto assets, especially for transfers. Many cases have arisen where people have lost access to their tokens because of network user errors. In order to interact with a blockchain network, like Ethereum, you must select the network. From there, your wallet will show the tokens that you have available on that network.

This is in large part why the Xucre Wallet allows you to add another network, that way if you ever have the unfortunate accident of sending on the wrong network, you at least have a path to recover.

When you select a network you are basically selecting the block chain that you want to interact with. We allow for user to setup their own networks so that we don't limit the block chains they can interact with. Nonetheless not all features from supported networks will be available for user added networks.

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