Add Fuse Network to Metamask [Unlock DeFi Black Magic]

“HOW THE F**K DO I ADD A NETWORK TO METAMASK!!!!” Every crypto beginner since the dawn of time.

Don’t worry, I only need 2 minutes to show you how to add Fuse Network to Metamask securely. It’s easier than you think.

Here is what you’ll learn:

1. A 5 Simple and DETAILED Step-by-Step Process for Adding Fuse Network to Metamask

2. How to send Fuse Network to Metamask

3. + Lots MORE!

Let’s DO IT!

If you are wondering how to add Fuse Network to Metamask (to your browser and Mobile device), this guide is for you! 

Fuse Network is taking DeFi by storm. This is a blockchain-based mobile payments solution focused on the user experience and widespread Web3 adoption.

Fuse Network, founded in 2019, aims to reduce the barriers that firms providing mobile payments services experience by providing a fast, low-cost, and user-friendly alternative to traditional digital payments.

It is built on the Cosmos SDK, a lightweight open-source blockchain platform. Fuse use cases include everything from digital identity to loans and remittances.

BONUS: We have also included how to send FUSE to Metamask + Other FAQs

How to Add FUSE Network to Metamask?

The Fuse Network runs as a side chain of the Ethereum Network. As a result, is an EVM-compatible network that can be easily added to Metamask. 

Here’s our 5-Step Process:

STEP 1.  Unlock your Metamask Wallet

STEP 2. Click on the Network Dropdown Box

STEP 3. Click The Add Network Button

STEP 4. Click on “Add a Network Manually”

STEP 5.  Input Fuse RPC Custom Details and “Save”

If you want a DETAILED, step-by-step guide here’s what we’ll cover:

  1. How to add Fuse Network to Metamask in 5 DETAILED Steps
  2. How do I send a fuse to Metamask?
  3. FAQs
    1. What is fuse coin?
    2. How do you bridge a fuse network?

1. How to Add Fuse Network to Metamask

Fuse Network is essentially a sidechain that connects to the Ethereum Network.  Its native token FUSE is an ERC-20 token that is minted on the Ethereum network and can be easily transferred to the Fuse Network through a bridge. 

As a result, it is possible to add FUSE network to Metamask straight off the bat. 

To connect to the FUSE Network via Metamask you need the right custom RPC points: network name, New RPC URL, Chain ID, and Currency symbol. 

NOTE: If you haven’t installed Metamask on your browser or mobile devices please head to the Metamask official website, download the application and create a wallet. Always keep your recovery phrase in a safe place. 

Whenever you are ready, Follow these steps to add FUSE!

STEP 1: Unlock your Metamask Wallet

The first step is to unlock your Metamask Wallet extension or mobile Android/iOS device. Click the browser extension (or mobile app) and enter your secure password in the box.

Unlock Metamask Wallet

STEP 2: Click on the Network Dropdown Box

When you unlock your wallet, you’ll see the name of your default network as well as a dropdown arrow. Click that option to see a list of all your available networks

Network Dropdown Box

Note: On mobile devices, select the hamburger menu.

STEP 3: Click Add Network Button

At the bottom of your list of available networks, you’ll see an Add Network Button. Hit this button (DON’T Break your Keyword!) to add a new network to Metamask.

Network Dropdown Menu )

Note: On mobile devices, go to Settings and Select Networks

STEP 4: Click on “Add a Network Manually”

Following that, you’ll see a screen with the option to automatically add other networks. Unfortunately, FUSE Mainnet is not on that list. So, you will need to add it manually. 

Add a Network Manually

Click on [Add the Network Manually]

STEP 5: Input FUSE RPC Custom Details and Save

The final step is to input the RPC Network details. RPC (remote procedure call) is a URL that allows you to connect to a server node (for example, the FUSE server) and interact with that Blockchain.

There are two kinds of FUSE networks. The production or real network, known as FUSE Mainnet, and the fuse testing network or Fuse Tesnet.

If you are not a developer that wants to test their dApps before implementing them on the “real” blockchain, you can disregard the FUSE Tesnet information.

Note: On mobile devices switch to custom networks and fill up the RPC Custom Details. Then, click “Add.” 

Fill in: 

Fuse Mainnet

FUSE Mainnet Info: 

  • Network name: FUSE Mainnet
  • New RPC URL:
  • Chain ID: 122
  • Currency symbol: FUSE
  • Block explorer URL(Optional):

Adding FUSE Blockchain Explorer is optional, but it is always a good idea to fill out all of the information and know where to verify all Palm blockchain transactions.

FUSE Testnet Info: 

Fuse Sparknet

After you input all the details, just click “Save” and Voilá!, your default network (E.g., Ethereum Mainnet) will be switched automatically to the FUSE Network. 

Now you are ready to interact with the FUSE Blockchain Platform!

Read More: Add A Network to Metamask Automatically [In ONE CLICK]

2. How Do I send FUSE to Metamask?

This is the question I asked myself after I add the FUSE Network successfully to my Metamask Wallet. 

After connecting to the FUSE Network, you will need the FUSE Native token on your Metamask wallet to pay for gas fees, execute smart contracts, or if you prefer, simply hold them for the long term.

There are two ways to send FUSE Token to Metamask:  

1. Centralized Echanges (CEX): This is the easiest way. 

FUSE is listed on leading centralized exchanges like MEXC Global and Gate.IO (NON-US only). If you haven’t purchased it yet, these are the ones we recommend.

If you bought FUSE on a Centralized Exchange (CEX) you can use the FUSE Network to send FUSE tokens directly to your Metamask Wallet.

2. Decentralized Exchanges (DEX): If you prefer to use DeFi

FUSE is also available on major decentralized and non-custodial exchanges like ChangeNow, Uniswap, and Voltage (the official Fuse DEX).

This is the quickest DEX way I have found: I bought FUSE Ethereum (ERC20) on ChangeNow (follow this link) and then used Voltage bridge to send FUSE Ethereum to the FUSE Network. FUSE Ethereum will be automatically unwrapped into FUSE Native.

NOTE: FUSE (ERC20) is not the same as FUSE Native. If you want to interact with the FUSE ecosystem you will need to hold FUSE Native tokens. 

Easy, RIGHT? This may appear a bit confusing at first, but it is simple if you follow along!

Note: Do not forget to always keep your FUSE coins safe in a hardware wallet like SafePal

We hope you enjoyed this guide! Check our FAQs if you would like to know more!

3. FAQs

What is fuse coin?

Fuse Coin is the native coin of the Fuse Network. It is an ERC-20 token created on the Ethereum Network that can be easily transferred to the FUSE network using the FUSE Bridge. 

FUSE Coin holders can support the FUSE Blockchain, and use FUSE smart contracts, dApps, and business plugins to conduct daily payment activities.

To bridge any ERC20 token to the FUSE Network, visit Voltage (Fuse Bridge), connect your wallet, select bridge, select the token you want to bridge, enter the amount and click on “Transfer.” Confirm the transaction and wait for 1/2 confirmations.

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Marc Arbonés
Marc is a millennial economist, systems thinker, crypto investor (since 2017), crypto writer, and peak performance consultant. He is the Editor and Founder of Altcoins Mastery, where he supports creators and investors in capitalizing on a "fairer" financial system powered by Crypto, DeFi, and web 3.0.