1 min read - Posted 16 Feb 19

How to setup ENS address

Step 1: Press "Set" button at resolver

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Step 2: Press "Public resolver" and "Save" article image

Step 3: Press "+" button, select "Address"

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Step 4: Copy owner address into address field and press "Save" article image

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Step 5: Once all set, type the ens name on metamask sender field. If successful, you should see the green tick symbol.

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