In order to use Instabridge, you will first need to add your Radix address to your Instapass account. If you haven’t made an Instapass account yet, you can learn how to do so here. You will need to add your Radix (“crypto address”) you want to associate with your account, in Instapass, rather than directly in Instabridge. You can add as many different Radix wallet addresses to your account as you want.
Please be aware that Instabridge will automatically use your default Radix address, you can switch to any of your verified Radix addresses within Instabridge, if you want to add a new address though, you will need to do this through Instapass.
Your Olympia address(es) is no longer valid. Only add your Babylon mainnet Radix wallet address(es). Do NOT send tokens to your Olympia wallet as they will not be recoverable.
Step 1: Click “Add address”.
Step 2: Select which type of wallet address you want to add.
Step 3: When adding a Radix wallet address, you will be prompted to use your wallet app on your phone to scan a QR code and connect your address.. Your Olympia address is no longer valid. Only add your mainnet Radix wallet address(es). Do NOT send tokens to your Olympia wallet as they will not be recoverable.
Step 4: In the settings of your wallet select “link to connector” and follow the prompts on the screen to scan the QR code and add your address to your Instapass account.
Step 5: Select the addresses by clicking the checkbox beside the ones you want to link in the Wallet App on your phone and click continue.
Your chosen addresses will be associated with your Instapass ID.
Step 6: The first address you add will automatically be set to your default address, you can change this at any time by clicking Manage under addresses.
Now that your KYC is complete and your wallet addresses have been connected, you are ready to use Instabridge to convert your eXRD to XRD. To find out how to use Instabridge, please see our Instabridge user guides.
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