This guide will discuss the different Dash wallets available. If you are interested in purchasing the currency, check out our other guide on buying Dash.
|Ledger Nano S||A+||79€/$96||Hardware|
|Official Dash Desktop||B||Free||Software|
Dash can be stored on the Ledger Nano S. Heres a text guide on how to set it up.
Using the Micro-USB cable included in the box, connect your computer and Ledger Nano S.
Upon activation, you will be prompted for a pin code. This code is entered when you are trying to access the device anytime it is accessed after being off. This is the first line of security.
Using the left and right buttons to cycle up and down, create your pin code.
Click in both buttons when you are ready to continue. The PIN code should be AT LEAST 4 characters long, but the longer the better.
Next, you will be shown the 24 word recovery phrase. This is extremely important to remember, and should be written down and secured somewhere safe.
Using the right button to cycle the words, continue until you reach the last word. You will now be asked to confirm the index location of a word.
This is basically confirming your list contains the words in the correct order. This recovery is very important for recovering your coins if the Ledger is broken or stolen.
Using Google Chrome, download the Ledger Manager application. This app is basically your computers interface for the Ledger Wallet.
Next, go to myEtherWallet and click the Send Ether and Tokens Tab, where you will see an option for the Ledger Wallet.
Below is an example of a myEtherWallet Address, but you should send your ERC-20 coins to YOUR Ethereum Wallet Address.
Dash can also be stored on Jaxx, Coinomi, and Exodus. Full setup guides to these wallets are coming soon!