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How do I connect my wallet to Zerion's mobile app?
How do I connect my wallet to Zerion's mobile app?

Buy, sell and track DeFi and NFT assets on the go

Abishek Dharshan avatar
Written by Abishek Dharshan
Updated over a week ago

In addition to connecting any of your existing web3 wallets, we recently launched the Zerion Wallet, the first smart, social Web3 wallet that’s built for everyone.

Get your Zerion Smart Wallet

  1. Download the Zerion mobile app on iOS or Android

  2. Follow the instructions on screen to either create a new wallet or import an existing one

Once connected, you’ll have one place to manage every wallet, seed phrase and private key you own regardless of where you first created it. Use the wallet to place trades on any network, manage your multichain portfolio and store your NFTs.

In addition to the Zerion Smart Wallet, Zerion supports most major Web3 wallets including hardware wallets, mobile wallets, and browser extension wallets.

Connect other wallets to Zerion

Zerion is the first mobile app that lets you connect any DeFi wallet to make purchases from your phone.

Step 1: Download the Zerion app for Android or iOS

Zerion mobile app

Step 2: Import your Zerion wallet or manually input your wallet address. To import, scan the QR code that pops up after clicking "Settings" → "Export to mobile" on the Zerion web app. You can add as many addresses as you like, including wallets that are not your own!

You can now use the app to track the DeFi market and evaluate your portfolio. But if you want to take things a step further, you'll need a mobile wallet that is compatible with signing mobile transactions. Wallets current supported for trading on Zerion mobile include MetaMask, Argent, imToken, Rainbow Wallet, and more.

Step 3: Make sure you've downloaded the app for your mobile wallet.

Step 4: Browse the Zerion app and pick an asset.

Step 5: After selecting an amount and clicking "Review", you'll be redirected to your mobile wallet to sign the transaction.

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