Enkrypt is a multichain, non-custodial, and open-source web3 browser wallet built by the team behind MEW (MyEtherWallet). With Enkrypt, users and developers can generate accounts, manage tokens and NFTs, and interact with DApps on Substrate and EVM chains. Follow the instructions in this guide in order to connect Enkrypt to OnyxDAO!
You’ll first need to install the extension to begin. Visit Enkrypt.com to find the download link that corresponds with your browser. Click download in the top right corner.
You’ll be redirected to the download page shown below. Note that every browser’s download page will look slightly different from each other.
Add the extension to your browser. After downloading and installing Enkrypt you’re ready to go.
Create A Wallet
When first opening up the extension, you’ll be met with a window containing a quick description of Enkrypt. You can create a new wallet or restore an existing wallet. Let’s start with creating a new wallet.
After clicking “Create a new wallet” you’ll be able to pick a password. By clicking the crossed out eye symbol within the textbox, you can toggle the ability to see what you’re typing on or off. Enter your desired password and click “Next”. It’ll ask you to type your password in again for confirmation. Once you’ve done that, it’s time for your secret recovery phrase.
The window below will pop up. Note that your secret recovery is uniquely yours, and you will NOT have the same words shown below. You will have a completely unique and random set of 12 words. Write your secret recovery phrase down, and keep it somewhere safe. Never give your phrase to anyone for any reason. This is the key to your wallet and gives full access to your crypto. When you’re done, click “Next”.
To be sure you have written down the secret recovery phrase, a pop-up will appear asking you to double check. Select the correct words according to your unique recovery phrase, then click “Next”.
After you’ve set up your secret recovery phrase, your wallet is ready for you.
At this point, we'd like to stress that Enkrypt is non-custodial and only you have the keys to your wallet. Not your keys, not your crypto! Enkrypt does NOT hold custody of assets, and does NOT collect or sell personal user data. On a lighter note, remember to pin the Enkrypt extension in your browser!
If you already have a wallet, like MetaMask or Polkadot.JS, you can import it into Enkrypt. In order to do so, follow the steps below.
Click on “Restore existing wallet”.
Next, click “Use recovery phrase”.
Enter your 12-24 word recovery phrase and click “Next”.
After entering your recovery phrase, your wallet is ready! Make sure to pin Enkrypt to your extension bar for quick access!
Once you’ve got your wallet setup, you’ll be greeted with the pop-up shown below. Enter your password to proceed. Alternatively, if you’ve forgotten your password, click the link at the bottom entitled “I forgot my password” to begin the password recovery process. Remember, Enkrypt can't recover the password for you – you will need your recovery phrase to reset password.
Interacting with OnyxDAO
After you've installed and setup Enkrypt, open the wallet. Click on "Manage networks"
The following window will appear. Toggle "Arbitrum" on. The toggle button will turn green indicating that Arbitrum is now being displayed in Enkrypt.
Head back to the wallet homepage and select Arbitrum on the left.
Then, click on "DApps" on the bottom right. Here you can see all of the Arbitrum DApps featured in Enkrypt. Select OnyxDAO.
Keep in mind that OnyxDAO is a third-party DApp. If you have questions or concerns about your assets on OnyxDAO, please reach out to their support.
It will take you to the OnyxDAO DApp. Enkrypt will automatically connect. From here you can participate in LP pools or staking farms.
By clicking on "Details" you're able to see how much $ONYX you've deposited into each pool, and what rewards you've accrued so far.
By clicking on "Farms", you'll be taken to the ONYX Farms. Here you can stake your LP tokens to earn more $ONYX!