🦊Add Songbird To MetaMask

Good to know: You can use MetaMask or Bifrost Wallet to interact with the Songbird Blockchain and use Oracle Swap.

🦊Configuring MetaMask Wallet For Songbird Network | Flare Network

If you used an ETH address from a MetaMask wallet, you can access your $SGB tokens by connecting to the Songbird Network directly in MetaMask, by following the steps outlined below.

If you haven’t already got Metamask installed, you’ll need to download it here.

Available as a browser extension and as a mobile app, MetaMask equips you with a key vault, secure login, token wallet, and token exchange — everything you need to manage your digital assets.

PC or MAC Instructions

Metamask is supported on the following browsers … we’re using Chrome for this demo.

Once installed, you’ll need to import the wallet you’ve previously created.

When you’ve successfully added your wallet, select the drop down in the top right hand corner, currently set to “Ethereum Mainnet”.

You need to select “Custom RPC” at the bottom of the list.

Once selected you’ll be prompted to complete the following fields.

Network Name: Songbird New RPC URL: https://sgb.ftso.com.au/ext/bc/C/rpc Chain ID: 19 Currency Symbol (optional): SGB Block Explorer URL (optional): https://songbird-explorer.flare.network/

Your dialog box should now look like this, then hit save.

You’ll now see Songbird in the top right hand corner which will mean you’ve successfully set up the Songbird Network and your Metamask Wallet.

The Songbird wallet will display and show your $SGB token amount.

While still in the “Assets” tab, scroll to the bottom and select “Add Token” so you can add $WSGB.

In the address field you need to enter: 0x02f0826ef6aD107Cfc861152B32B52fD11BaB9ED

The Token Symbol and Token Decimal will automatically populate with WSGB and 18. Click “Next” then “Add Tokens”.

If you select “Songbird” you’ll see a dropdown box where you can change between networks as required.

iPhone App Instructions

The process will be just the same for setting it up on an iPhone.

When the app has been installed and you’ve imported your wallet you’ll need to select the 3 horizontal bars in the top left hand corner.

From there you’ll select Settings > Networks > Add Network and fill out the following fields.

To switch between Networks just hit the “Wallet” at the top of your screen and you’ll be able to choose from the list of available Networks.

Credit to https://www.ftso.com.au/ for the documentation.


The Bifrost wallet is primarily for mobile devices and it automatically works with Songbird Network.

You can download it here: https://bifrostwallet.com/

To use Oracle Swap with Bifrost copy and paste https://oracleswap.io/ into the bifrost browser.

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