Displaying ENS Names
Keystone is the first hardware wallet on the market that supports ENS. We have worked hard to make crypto transactions clearer and safer so users can have an improved trading experience with our hardware wallets.
Firmware versions V1.4.0 (Multi-Coin) or newer will support ENS. With the new firmware, users would need to download the ENS database file to a MicroSD card since the ENS data is considered external data.
2. MicroSD card (FAT32 format, capacity not exceeding 512 GB).
3. A MicroSD card reader (Not necessary if your laptop has an in-built one).
1. Insert the microSD card into your computer.
2. Download the ENS database file to your microSD card and Unzip the "ENS.zip" file to your microSD card's root directory.
3. Remove the microSD card from the computer and insert it into your Keystone. Then turn on the Keystone device.
4. Create an ETH transaction and get the unsigned transaction data in QR code format.
5. Keystone: In "MetaMask / DeFi / Web3" mode, tap the [scan] icon and scan the QR code containing unsigned transaction information shown by the "MetaMask Extension".
Tips: Keystone supports the switching of wallet paths (ETH) to Ledger Live and Legacy formats in the MetaMask / DeFi / Web3 mode. Please check here for tutorial and more details.
6. Keystone will successfully read the corresponding ENS data in the database file and you will be able to clearly see your Keystone showing the ENS name (e.g. vitalik.eth) and also all the other transaction details.
If you have registered your ENS but you find it isn’t displaying on Keystone correctly, there are 2 main possibilities:
1. You have registered your ENS but you haven’t set the reverse record for your ENS. Please check the details here.
2. The ENS database that ENS official team shares with us is updated on a weekly basis. If you have just registered your ENS (or just updated the reverse record) within the last 7 days, you might have to wait a bit until we receive the next updated version of the ENS database.