Ledger Nano S / X are hardware wallets that many use to securely store private keys (which represent ownership of digital assets on the blockchain).
Setting up IDRTB (BEP-2) in Ledger Nano S / X
Please follow this official guide from Binance.org – https://www.binance.org/static/guides/DEX-Ledger-Documentation.html.
Setting up IDRT (ERC-20) in Ledger Nano S / X
Ledger’s accompanying mobile/desktop application, Ledger Live, does not yet support ERC-20 tokens, so Ledger users need to use MyEtherWallet to receive/send IDRT.
- Open the official MyEtherWallet page at https://www.myetherwallet.com/ and make sure the URL is correct.
- Click on Access My Wallet
- Choose Hardware
- Click on Ledger
- Select Ethereum. If you used the Ledger Live app to set up your Ledger Nano S, select the derivation path m/44’/60’/0’/0. Otherwise, choose m/44’/60’/0′.
- Click on Next. Chrome should create a prompt. Select your Ledger device and click on Connect.
- You should see your dashboard.
- In the Tokens panel on the right, click on the + Custom Tokens link.
- Enter Rupiah Token’s contract details in the popup window.
Token Contract Address :
Token Symbol :
IDRT Decimals of Precision : 2
- Click on Save, and you should see your Rupiah Token in the tokens panel
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