Wallet Manager

Adding wallets to the Layer Zero module and managing them.

Adding wallets to the module:

  • First and foremost, you need to set up accounts in the Account Manager, link wallets to them, and optionally configure proxies;

  • Click on Add More Wallets;

  • Select the wallets you want to add to the module. Please note, if you've purchased a plan for 50 accounts, after adding these 50 accounts to the Wallet Manager, you'll only be able to replace 3 wallets. Therefore, add wallets carefully;

  • Click Add to LayerZero, and the selected wallets will be added to the module.

UI Touch:

UI Touch is a standard interaction with any website through its interface. Every website consists of two components: the frontend (interface) and the backend, which contains all the site's logic and processes all interactions.

For web3 protocols, when you click on a specific button, it triggers a contract call. Clicking the button in the interface initiates the contract call, and then your MetaMask opens where you sign the transaction.

How any software works: it bypasses the interface and directly interacts with the contract hidden behind that button, sending all the necessary transaction information directly to the contract.

The interface of web3 protocol websites serves one purpose: to simplify interactions with the blockchain for ordinary users, but nobody prohibits direct interaction with contracts. This capability exists, and it's not necessary to do it through software—you can perform these interactions manually, even through services like Etherscan.

However, eventually, projects will start combating Sybil activity. One way to do this could be by implementing analytics on their websites that gather information about the IP address and browser fingerprint used to trigger contract calls and perform transactions.

The UI Touch feature in Combine allows you to interact with official bridges or any other protocol without leaving Combine. It's important to understand that for your interaction to be considered legitimate, you must open the website through UI Touch and manually perform the transaction through this window.

  • Click on the UI icon;

  • In the User Agent field, you can see your fingerprint. The fingerprint is automatically selected from a list of over 10,000 of the most common fingerprints worldwide. The initially generated fingerprint is assigned to your wallet until you click the Generate New button;

  • In the Custom User Agent field, you can insert your User Agent from an anti-detection browser or generated elsewhere;

  • In the Choose target project field, select the desired protocol and click Launch;

  • Immediately after that, a browser window will open where you need to connect your wallet and complete the transaction.

Status and Actions section:

In the Status section, you can see the status of a specific wallet, which it received upon starting in the last session and the date it was last launched:

  • If the date is highlighted in green, the wallet operated without errors.

  • If the date is highlighted in red, the wallet encountered an error or was paused.

  • In the Actions section, clicking on the first icon will open a page with statistics for the specific wallet on the DeBank website;

  • Clicking on the second icon will open an explorer where you can view transactions for the specific wallet;

  • Clicking on the trash can icon will remove the selected wallet from the module. Adding new wallets is limited based on the remaining attempts indicated in the Remaining attempts to change the wallet line. Removed wallets can be added back to the module without restrictions.

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