Connect to Ledger Hardware Wallet

Attention!

Chrome 91 breaks BEW Ledger support. If you updated Chrome to 91.0.4472.77, you'll need to upgrade your BEW to the latest.

Since v1.121.1, Binance Extension Wallet is released with Ledger Nano S and X support

What you need:

  • Up to date Chrome or Firefox installed

  • Binance Extension wallet v1.21.1 or later installed

  • BEW should already have initialized with an account

Next:

  1. Your first step is to plug your Ledger into your computer. Ensure it powers on and then input the pin you chose when setting up your ledger.

  2. For BSC network usage, select and open the Ethereum Application. If you haven't installed Ethereum Application, please read this guide

  3. For BC network usage, select and open the Binance Chain Application.

  4. Enabling contract data for BEP20. The first item in the settings menu is “Contract Data”. Push down both buttons to select it. Once you have set your ledger up like this the first time, you won’t have to do it again each time you want to use it with Binance Extension wallet.

For Binance Smart Chain usage

  • Open Binance Chain Extension Wallet and select "Binance Smart Chain" network

  • Choose "Hardware Wallet" in Settings.

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  • Choose HD Path and Select an address. Then, click on "Unlock"

For Binance Chain Usage

  • Open Binance Chain Extension Wallet and select "Binance Chain" network

  • Choose "Hardware Wallet" in Settings.

  • Select an address, Then, click on "Unlock"

7. Finally, you can see a new account with LEDGER tag

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You are connected!

Sign Transaction with Ledger

  1. Connect Ledger and open the Ethereum Application

  2. Submit a transaction

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3.Review and sign this transaction on Ledger

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Interact with dApp

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Have Connection Issues?

Please read this FAQ: https://support.ledger.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005165269-Connection-issues-with-Windows-or-Linux