Connect to Bitcoin Virtual Machines

The Blockchains page is a browser-based way to explore and connect to Bitcoin Virtual Machines.

Bitcoin Virtual Machine configuration

You can create your own Bitcoin Virtual Machine or you can connect to an existing public Bitcoin Virtual Machine.
As you can see in the illustration above, Bitcoin Virtual Machine #1 has configuration as follows:
  • Rollup protocol: Optimistic rollups
  • Data available layer: Polygon
  • Block time: 2 seconds
  • Withdrawal period: 7 days
  • RPC URL: https://node.l2.trustless.computer/
  • Chain ID: 42213
  • Block explorer URL: https://explorer.l2.trustless.computer/
Similar to other EVM-based blockchains, users can integrate the above configuration into their Metamask to interact, and developers can deploy their dApps on the Bitcoin Virtual Machine.
Mainnet:
Bitcoin Virtual Machine #1 (Alpha) mainnet endpoint:
Name: Alpha
URL: https://alpha.node.bvm.network/
Explorer: https://alpha.explorer.bvm.network/
ChainID: 42213
Symbol: BVM
Bitcoin Virtual Machine #0 mainnet endpoint:
Name: BVM
URL: https://node.bvm.network/
Explorer: https://explorer.bvm.network/
ChainID: 22213
Symbol: BVM
Testnet:
Bitcoin Virtual Machine #1 (NOS) testnet endpoint:
Name: NOS
URL: https://l2-node.regtest.trustless.computer
Explorer: https://nos-explorer.regtest.trustless.computer
ChainID: 42070
Symbol: BVM
Bitcoin Virtual Machine #0 testnet endpoint:
Name: BVM
URL: https://tc-node-auto.regtest.trustless.computer (metamask compatible, do not require tx to be inscribe)
URL: https://tc-node-manual.regtest.trustless.computer (require inscribe tx to bitcoin network)
Explorer: https://explorer.regtest.trustless.computer
ChainID: 22215
Symbol: BVM
Private Bitcoin Virtual Machine #0 endpoint (if you're running your own full node):
Name: BVM
URL: http://localhost:10002
Explorer: http://localhost:4000
ChainID: 22213
Symbol: BVM
Public Bitcoin testnet explorer:
https://blockstream.regtest.trustless.computer/regtest/