How to select a network id or is there a list of network ids?
We're starting a new open network based on the Ethereum protocol. The question is how to allocate a network id for the new network. In Ethereum we have main net, four test networks, classic with test network etc.
Is there a list of network ids? If not, let's create one.
Amazing Idea, i just created Ethereum-navigator that contains this data: Ethereum-navigator/atlas The single source of truth for all Ethereum networks. https://github.com/ethereum-navigator/atlas
May be there is a list of network ids? If not, let's create one.
0: Olympic, Ethereum public pre-release PoW testnet
1: Frontier, Homestead, Metropolis, the Ethereum public PoW main network
1: Classic, the (un)forked public Ethereum Classic PoW main network, chain ID
1: Expanse, an alternative Ethereum implementation, chain ID
2: Morden Classic, the public Ethereum Classic PoW testnet, now retired
3: Ropsten, the public proof-of-work Ethereum testnet
4: Rinkeby, the public Geth-only PoA testnet
5: Goerli, the public cross-client PoA testnet
6: Kotti Classic, the public cross-client PoA testnet for Classic
7: Mordor Classic, the public cross-client PoW testnet for Classic
8: Ubiq, the public Gubiq main network with flux difficulty chain ID
10: Quorum, the JP Morgan network
42: Kovan, the public Parity-only PoA testnet
56: Binance, the public Binance mainnet
60: GoChain, the GoChain networks mainnet
77: Sokol, the public POA Network testnet
97: Binance, the public Binance testnet
99: Core, the public POA Network main network
100: xDai, the public MakerDAO/POA Network main network
128: HECO, Huobi ECO Chain main network
256: HECO, Huobi ECO Chain test network
31337: GoChain testnet, the GoChain networks public testnet
401697: Tobalaba, the public Energy Web Foundation testnet
7762959: Musicoin, the music blockchain
61717561: Aquachain, ASIC resistant chain
[Other]: Could indicate that your connected to a local development test network.
Hi, do you have any sources for this list? Maybe it is a good idea to have this list on Github, so that other members can contribute to it.