Domain Management on Polygon (L2)

Modified on: Thu, 6 Jan, 2022 at 12:09 PM

If you want to Manage your domains on Polygon with MetaMask this guide will show you how.

First, you need to Connect MetaMask to the Polygon Blockchain, as shown below:

To do this Click on Ethereum Mainnet at the top of your MetaMask pop-up, and then select Custom RPC.

You'll then need to fill in the fields as follows:

Then click Save.

- Another option for the New RPC URL is:

- And another option for the Block Explorer URL is:

You are now setup to send and receive MATIC on the Polygon blockchain via MetaMask, and for Minting and Managing your domains on L2 (fee free).

Whenever you would like to Manage your domain(s) on L2, you will need to make sure that you have selected the Polygon option in the Networks list.

Now for the fun part! Managing a domain.

Go to the My Domains page and click on Manage next to your domain

The new Manage page will open up to the Crypto section as shown below, notice that the ETH and MATIC addresses corresponding to your wallet will already be registered. These are added automatically after you mint your domain.

In the Crypto section, you add, remove, or change your crypto addresses. These addresses can correspond to a non-custodial wallet or to your exchange account.

In the Profile section, you can upload a photo, add a name, description, location, public and private email address, and even link your social media profiles to the domain. All of this information is optional to add.

Your Domain Profile is a fast, simple, and convenient way to start sharing your digital identities across web3!

Once the proper changes have been made, click on the Confirm Changes button at the bottom of the page.

Now you're able to share your Domain Profile with others! You can see the end result below.

If you would like to transfer a domain to another wallet, or to a friend or loved one, you can use the Transfer function.

After adding the Recipient Address, make sure to read the text below the address field and check the boxes accordingly to acknowledge the changes you are about to confirm. Then click on Transfer Domain.

Please be aware that transferring a domain is an irreversible transaction and if you transfer a domain to an exchange, the chances of getting it back are slim to none.

You can set your domain for sale in the Sell Domain section. 

If you have added your public email address in the Profile section then it will appear here if you list the domain for sale.

You can also click on List for Sale on OpenSea which redirects you to the OpenSea page of the domain where you can list it for sale by following this guide.

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