How to connect OneKey hardware wallet to plug-in to use Solana

OneKey plug-in official download address , OneKey browser plug-in tutorial

1. Open the browser plug-in and select the Solana mainnet,click Connect Hardware Wallet and follow the prompts to complete the address addition.




2. After selecting the address, click to confirm the import, and the import of the address is completed.You can see the identification of the hardware account on the address page.

(Use the last address, you need to record the import path. Example: m/44‘/501’/325’/0)
PS: The import path of the N address on the Solana chain in the plug-in is: m/44‘/501’/N-1’/0


3. If you need to add more solana hardware addresses, you can click Connect Hardware Wallet to continue adding, or select multiple addresses to import.


The tutorial of using OneKey plug-in to mine on the Solana chain, the following uses Raydium as an example.

Tips: When hardware signing is performed on the Solana chain, blind signing needs to be turned on. Blind sign description and usage tutorial

●  In Dapp, select Sollet Extension to connect to the OneKey plug-in.

●  If your browser has already installed the Sollet wallet plug-in, please close the sollet wallet plug-in in the extension, and then restart the browser to connect again, otherwise it will conflict with the OneKey plug-in, resulting in failure to wake up.

1. Open the Dapp webpage and click Connect


2. Click Sollet Extension


3. Click to connect in the pop-up window


4. The wallet address connection is complete


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