Set-up wallet IDRT di Ledger Nano

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

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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.

  1. Open the official MyEtherWallet page at and make sure the URL is correct.
  2. Click on Access My Wallet
  3. Choose Hardware
  4. Click on Ledger
  5. 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′.
  6. Click on Next. Chrome should create a prompt. Select your Ledger device and click on Connect.
  7. You should see your dashboard.
  8. In the Tokens panel on the right, click on the + Custom Tokens link.
  9. Enter Rupiah Token’s contract details in the popup window.
    Token Contract Address :
    Token Symbol :
    IDRT Decimals of Precision : 2
  10. Click on Save, and you should see your Rupiah Token in the tokens panel

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