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Ledger Hardware Wallet
Hardware Wallets (also known as cold storage) are physical devices that are not connected your computer or to the internet directly and hence allows you to store private keys securely while also allowing you to access funds or do transactions with convenience. The Findora Smart Chain allows you to use a ledger device for storing and transferring the assets on the chain. Follow this demo below to understand how to do this. The device used in this demo is Nanoledger X, but any hardware wallet should work fine with similar steps.
Step 1: Select
Connect hardware walletin your Metamask settings dropdown
Step 2: Select your device type. We will use ledger for this demo.
Follow the onscreen instructions to unlock the ledger device and open the Ethereum application
Step 3: Allow Metamask to connect to you hardware device
Make sure that any other applications (such as Ledger Live) which might be connected to your hardware wallet are closed
Step 4: Once connected, unlock your account.
The unit shows up as ETH because we are using the Ethereum app, but this will not affect the actual transfers with the ledger
Step 5: Verify your new Hardware wallet account on Findorascan
Receiving funds to you ledger address would be the same process as any other transfer on the Findora EVM
- Setup the transfer and confirm
- Check the confirmed status on Metamask
- Verify that the transaction is successful on Findora EVM block explorer
Step 1: Setup the transfer on Metamask
Step 2: Confirm the details and click continue
Step 3: Follow on screen instructions to plug your device and open Ethereum app
Step 4: The transaction should now pop up on your device
Step 5: Verify the transaction details
Since we are using the Ethereum app, the amounts show up as ETH, but do not worry the actual transfer would be in FRA
Step 6: Approve the tx on the device by clicking both buttons together
Step 7: Check confirmed status on Metamask and Block Explorer