Frequently asked questions about connecting to Acala and performing transfers.
Make sure that your extension is set to “Allow use on any chain.” Refresh the web page.
If those attempts fail, try turning off ad blockers in your browser settings. Refresh the web page.
If you are still having trouble connecting, it’s possible that another browser extension is interfering or there is some other unknown issue with your browser. Consider downloading a new web browser and redownloading the polkadot.js extension. You can import your account to the polkadot.js extension in the new browser by selecting “import account from pre-existing seed” and entering your seed phrase. Then proceed to connecting the Acala app at https://apps.acala.network/
You can switch to a different account by clicking on your account name in the upper right hand corner of the app. After clicking on your account name, a pop-up window will appear where you can select
changeto switch to a different account.
Ledger is not a supported wallet for the Acala network. There is nothing for you to do except wait for Ledger to support Acala.
You could be getting an error because you are trying to use a wallet that isn't supported. Ledger wallets will not work even if used with the polkadot.js browser extension. Additionally, users with other active wallet extensions can sometimes receive errors.
Please ensure you have both your AdBlock and all VPNs you use turned off if you would like to use the Acala Dapp to transfer your assets.
You can use ACA or any other token listed on Acala swap to pay transaction fees.