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Supported Blockchains
Pocket works out-of-the-box with any network/blockchain (RelayChain) that uses the RPC standard.

Current RelayChains

The following table shows the full list of supported, revenue-generating RelayChains. This list should be identical to the SupportedBlockchains parameter.
Name
Portal API Prefix
RelayChainID
Algorand
algo-mainnet
0029
Avalanche
avax-mainnet
0003
Binance Smart Chain
bsc-mainnet
0004
Binance Smart Chain Archival
bsc-archival
0010
Boba
boba-mainnet
0048
DFKchain Subnet
dfk-mainnet
03DF
Evmos
evmos-mainnet
0046
Ethereum
eth-mainnet
0021
Ethereum Archival
eth-archival
0022
Ethereum Archival Trace
eth-archival-trace
0028
Ethereum Goerli
eth-goerli
0026
Ethereum Kovan
poa-kovan
0024
Ethereum Rinkeby
eth-rinkeby
0025
Ethereum Ropsten
eth-ropsten
0023
Fantom
fantom-mainnet
0049
FUSE
fuse-mainnet
0005
FUSE Archival
fuse-archival
000A
Gnosis Chain
gnosischain-mainnet
0027
Gnosis Chain Archival
gnosischain-archival
000C
Harmony Shard 0
harmony-0
0040

Pocket Testnet RelayChains

The following table shows the full list of currently-supported blockchains on the Pocket Testnet.
Name
RelayChainID
Ethereum Goerli
0020
Ethereum Rinkeby
0022
Ethereum Ropsten
0023
Pocket Network Testnet
0002

Claimed RelayChains

The following table shows the full list of RelayChains that are known to have been claimed.
Due to Pocket Network's permissionless nature, any RelayChainID can be claimed by adding it to this list. Apps and nodes staking on the RelayChain will be matched together in sessions, but nodes will not earn POKT.
These blockchains are not supported or revenue-generating, and presence on this table does not imply that they will be supported or revenue-generating in the future.
Name
Portal API Prefix
RelayChainID
Algorand Archival
algorand-archival
000D
Algorand Testnet
algorand-testnet
0045
Algorand Testnet Archival
algorand-testnet-archival
0A45
Arweave
arweave-mainnet
0030
Avalanche Archival
avax-archival
00A3
Avalanche Fuji
avax-fuji
000E
Binance Smart Chain Testnet
bsc-testnet
0011
Binance Smart Chain Testnet Archival
bsc-testnet-archival
0012
Harmony Shard 0 Archival
harmony-0-archival
0A40
Harmony Shard 1
harmony-1
0041
Harmony Shard 1 Archival
harmony-1-archival
0A41
Harmony Shard 2
harmony-2
0042
Harmony Shard 2 Archival
harmony-2-archival
0A42
Harmony Shard 3
harmony-3
0043
Harmony Shard 3 Archival
harmony-3-archival
0A43
Polygon Mumbai
poly-mumbai
000F
Polygon Mumbai Archival
poly-mumbai-archival
00AF
Solana Testnet
sol-testnet
0031

Integrating New RelayChains

In order to integrate a RelayChain with Pocket, the node running community needs to support the chain. So a chain that is easier to deploy, sync, and maintain, has helpful documentation, and provides stable nodes, will all tend to increase the likelihood of the community supporting the chain.
The Pocket Network Foundation determines which RelayChains are supported (revenue-generating) on behalf of the DAO. Before making this determination, the Foundation aims to give the community of node runners enough notice to deploy their nodes to ensure a level playing field.
Once the determination has been made to support a new RelayChain at scale, the RelayChainID will be added to the SupportedBlockchains parameter, meaning that nodes will earn POKT for every request that they relay for the RelayChain based on the RelaysToTokensMultiplier parameter.
For more information, please see PIP-6.2: Settlers of New Chains.
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