How to use @web3-react/ledger-connector - 1 common examples

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github NoahZinsmeister / web3-react / example / connectors.ts View on Github external
pollingInterval: POLLING_INTERVAL

export const walletconnect = new WalletConnectConnector({
  rpc: { 1: RPC_URLS[1] },
  bridge: '',
  qrcode: true,
  pollingInterval: POLLING_INTERVAL

export const walletlink = new WalletLinkConnector({
  url: RPC_URLS[1],
  appName: 'web3-react example'

export const ledger = new LedgerConnector({ chainId: 1, url: RPC_URLS[1], pollingInterval: POLLING_INTERVAL })

export const trezor = new TrezorConnector({
  chainId: 1,
  url: RPC_URLS[1],
  pollingInterval: POLLING_INTERVAL,
  manifestEmail: '',
  manifestAppUrl: 'http://localhost:1234'

export const frame = new FrameConnector({ supportedChainIds: [1] })

export const authereum = new AuthereumConnector({ chainId: 42 })

export const fortmatic = new FortmaticConnector({ apiKey: process.env.FORTMATIC_API_KEY as string, chainId: 4 })

export const portis = new PortisConnector({ dAppId: process.env.PORTIS_DAPP_ID as string, networks: [1, 100] })


A simple, maximally extensible, dependency minimized framework for building modern Ethereum dApps

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