Advanced Frame Setup
Frame puts the power of customizability back into the hands of the user and makes it simple. Don't want all your signed transactions routed via Infura? Change your RPC provider, even to a self-hosted full node! Want your Lattice transactions to be routed directly from your self-hosted Lattice transaction router? Enter the URL! And more...
Adding chains and L2s to Frame is a breeze. Simply click the
symbol and select the chains you would like to use.
Other EVM-compatible chains can be added by clicking the Add chain button in the top right and filling in the chain-specific details.
To switch the active chain, click the dropdown at the top of the Frame window.
You can easily change your RPC provider in the same menu that you use to select which chains you would like to use.
The Lattice1, by default, routes transaction requests via GridPlus infrastructure in a fully secure, encrypted way. We cannot see the details of your transaction - nobody can.
However, we do offer an open source tool that anyone can run that will route your tx requests locally. To use that tool to route your tx requests, you'll need to tell Frame how to route them.
Here's how: open the Settings menu by clicking the
icon and scroll down to Lattice Relay and switch it to your custom relay URL.
Frame will auto detect most ERC-20 tokens on its own, however - if you hold some nascent or unknown tokens, you can add them simply by clicking More at the bottom of your token list, then clicking Add Token and then filling in the relevant details for your custom tokens.
Let's say you have the same seed backed up on multiple hardware wallets - it's easy to switch between them and continue using your connected accounts without having to re-connect your hardware wallets!
Simply connect your preferred device, go to Accounts, and either make a new connection with this hardware, or click on More → Reconnect on the existing signer connection to start using the currently connected hardware wallet.
Frame is a powerful wallet with many more features - this list was just a short overview. Check out the other options in the Settings menu!