Have been using mobile application wallet and want to enjoy the same smooth desktop experience of using DApps without the hassle of installing and creating new wallets? SafePal Extension Wallet now allows you to connect your mobile App wallet, such as TrustWallet, Crypto.com wallet, TokenPocket, and Bitkeep, with the SafePal Extension Wallet without exposing your private keys from V2.2.0 and above!
By using this feature, you can:
* connect your mobile App wallet with the SafePal extension to start smooth and easy desktop DApp experience, all without exposing your private key or seed phrase
* avoid security risks of importing your private key or seed phrase in the browser
* still own full control of your assets by signing every transaction pushed from the extension to the mobile wallet
This tutorial will demonstrate step-by-step how to connect third-party mobile wallets with the SafePal Extension Wallet through a simple scan.
Step 1 Firstly, make sure you have upgraded your SafePal Extension Wallet to the latest version on your browser.
The latest SafePal Extension wallet can be downloaded from the link here.
Step 2 Launch the Extension wallet, click on the ‘≡’ icon after your wallet account name.
Step 3 Click 'Add Wallet'
Step 4 Then two options will be for your choice: Create Wallet or Import Wallet, surely here we choose to click ‘Import Wallet’
Step 5 Select and then click ‘WalletConnect’
Step 6 Use your wallet to scan the QRcode, and authorize the signature on your wallet.
Note: Kindly note that the wallet you import should support WalletConnect, or the import will fail.
Step 7 You can name your wallet, then click 'Confirm'
Step 8 Completed! You successfully import your wallet into SafePal Extension Wallet, and you can manage and transact your funds in the Extension wallet.