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Do you all genuinely enjoy using MetaMask?

MetaMask is a popular browser extension that allows users to securely store and manage their cryptocurrency. It is a convenient way to store and manage your digital assets, and it is becoming increasingly popular among cryptocurrency users. But do any of you genuinely like MetaMask?

The answer is yes! Many users find MetaMask to be a great tool for managing their digital assets. It is easy to use, secure, and provides a great user experience. It also allows users to easily access their digital assets from any device, which is a great convenience. Additionally, MetaMask is compatible with a variety of different cryptocurrencies, making it a great choice for those who want to diversify their portfolio.

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Overall, MetaMask is a great tool for managing your digital assets. It is easy to use, secure, and provides a great user experience. It is also compatible with a variety of different cryptocurrencies, making it a great choice for those who want to diversify their portfolio. So yes, many users genuinely like MetaMask and find it to be a great tool for managing their digital assets.

27 thoughts on “Do you all genuinely enjoy using MetaMask?”

  1. Sorry ! This is DeFi.

    Also you should regularly use

    •Ethereum token approval checker
    •BSC token approval checker

    to check for the contracts you gave permissions to and remove them , some have unlimited spending permission etc..

  2. It sounds like it is MetaMask exactly that you are scared of, but defi wallets in general.

    What you are signing there is that dapp can access whatever that number is, essentially infinite, MOON from your wallet. You can click the edit permission button to give access to 50 MOON if you want.

  3. I dislike the idea of the entire wallet being a browser extension – I think that could be solved nicer with the extension just allowing connecting your standalone app to the browser.

    I also feel like the performance is not really great, but otherwise it’s not that bad.

  4. Metamask is a great tool. It has gotten me out of quite a few binds in regards to odd cryptocurrencies or projects that pop up. That’s a great thing. It also works with many hardware wallets. Which is another great thing. But do I use it exclusively? No. Are there situations where it can be compromised because the user did not take the correct steps for security? Yes. Can it be exploited with bad contracts that have malicious code? Yes.

    But honestly, the good outweighs the bad. I use it only when I need to. I do not have it hooked up to my hardware wallet like so many people do. It’s not my exclusive wallet. It does drive me crazy that there’s no 2FA for it. How could they not implement 2FA or give the option to use 2FA? All it has is a password. At least our Reddit vault has a vault password and 2FA.


    A reminder to everyone that you should enable 2FA on your reddit account to protect your Moons:

    You won’t be able to enable 2FA (two-factor authentication) from within the Reddit app on your phone.

    You will have to enable it from you computer.

    On the new reddit website:

    * Click on your user name
    * —>User Settings

    * —>Safety & Privacy

    * —>Use two-factor authentication

    Here is the link:   https://www.reddit.com/settings/privacy

  5. Yes.

    Sometimes when switching between wallets and networks there’s a brief lag that reflects the volume of something else you hold in another token.

    I regularly switch from a BSC shitcoin to ETH just to experience the fleeting high of having a bigillion Ethereum and momentarily feel better than everyone else.

  6. This mostly falls under the heading of “ford owners think ford is best” & “chevy owners think Chevy is best” I use ledger & trust wallet. Just started with Hiro wallet. I haven’t moved ETH since I bought and moved it into Staking. I also never move Eth based tokens, just trade them on exchanges. I refuse to pay for gas. I won’t move Eth based tokens till that is solved, if it ever is.

  7. I learned with MM and never once had an issue. I love it for minting. Simple but complex.

    You should always DYOR on every wallet and learn before using though.

  8. Personally, I hold some small amounts on metamask but that’s only for coins that cannot be found in binance or other exchanges (hex, dimitra etc). I think that’s the best about it, being able to hold coins before they get listed by the big exchanges and hence, shoot for 100x or 1000x

  9. Go to the Network B**lock Explorer**

    Go to **Token Approvals**

    **Remove** all the Approvals

    Anything you’ve approved an unlimited (basically) amount for can no longer take anything from you, and all you’ll have to do the next time is sign for the transaction again, which will only take a few seconds longer.

    This is good practice. I used to do it all the time on the Eth and Polygon/Matic networks.

  10. I don’t get it. It should be terrifying, because it’s showing you everything you need to know that’s going to happen if you click Approve.

    What’s happening is that to form an LP or to swap your moons, the Sushi router contract has to be able to transfer your moons on your behalf. To do that, it requires approval.

    The big number you see is equivalent to **infinite** approval (it’s the largest 256bit unsigned integer. This is typically the default value since it will save you future approval transactions.

    Metamask allows you (in fact currently encourages) you to reduce the approval to only the amount you need. This is generally safer since it’ll protect you if the router is exploited in any way.

    So really, metamask is helping you by providing information and options.

  11. > I’m slightly terrified whenever I have to approve of something

    You my friend need to use an extension like [Blockfence](https://blockfence.io/).

    It explains smart contracts in plain English and warns you if you’re going to interact with a scam or sketchy contract.

    I used to be worried when interacting with DeFi but now I’m fairly confident!


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