Connecting your Ledger to Rainbow is super simple. In this guide, we’ll explain how to connect your Ledger via Bluetooth to Rainbow and the key steps along the way.
Step 1: On your main wallet screen, navigate to the wallet switcher using the down arrow next to your public wallet address.
Step 2: You can either connect your hardware wallet one of two ways: either by selecting Pair a Ledger Nano X at the bottom of the wallet switcher, or selecting Add another wallet → Connect your hardware Wallet.
- Both paths lead to the same destination!
Step 3: Once tapped, you’ll then begin the process of connecting your Ledger. Here Rainbow will search for your devices. Once connected, you’ll then be able to move forward on the final steps.
Step 4: Once connected, you’ll then want to confirm that the Ethereum app is installed on your Ledger device. Once downloaded, you’ll then open the Ethereum app by pressing the both buttons on your Ledger.
Step 5: You’ll then need to enable blind signing → For more information on blind signing, check out our help guide here: https://learn.rainbow.me/what-is-blind-signing
Step 6: Your Ledger is now connected! You can now choose to name the wallet before fully importing.
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What is Blind Signing?
In the crypto and web3 space, there’s been an increase in the use of smart contracts.
What is a Hardware Wallet?
You don’t need a hardware wallet to participate in the world of web3—but owning one can help ensure that you and your assets stay safe and protected.