Guide: Ledger Support for $BAND
Hello everyone! BAND network was recently integrated into the Citadel.One platform, and it brought with it a great many features. One of these features is hardware wallet support.
In this guide, we will walk you through the utilization of Ledger devices for BAND network via Citadel.one, showing how it works on both MacOS and Windows.
Before you start, make sure you have:
- Experimental Web feature enabled in your browser
- the most up-to-date firmware on your Ledger device
- an up-to-date browser
- up-to-date BAND App on the Ledger (from Ledger Live > Manager)
- ledger live app closed
- the device plugged in via USB, NOT Bluetooth
Here are the steps to follow:
If you already have an account on Citadel.One
Log in to your Citadel.One account and click on “add wallet”
If you don’t have a Citadel.One account:
You would have to register on the Citadel.One website and then follow the first step. We have written a guide on registering on the Citadel.One platform which you can find here.
The next step would be to choose the “Import hardware wallet” option on the “add wallet” menu.
Now select “Ledger” and click “import address”.
Next, connect your Ledger device to the computer, enter your pin and select the BAND app on your Ledger.
Now, select the wallet address you want to import..
You have now successfully connected your Ledger to the Citadel.One interface!
You can now try out BAND staking and start earning rewards on your currently owned BAND. You can watch these earnings come in and so much more on the Citadel.One platform.
If you need any help during the process, be sure to contact us on Telegram or email at email@example.com.
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