VIC and tokens issued on Viction are officially supported by the Ledger Nano S hardware wallet. The following describes how to use Ledger Nano S to connect to and use Viction Labs' services.

This guide will show how to

  • Install the Viction App on the Ledger Nano S

  • Access the VIC Wallet with the Ledger Nano S through MetaMask and MyEtherWallet.

  • Receive VIC

  • Send VIC

  • Check account balance on the Viction Explorer (VicScan)


  • A Ledger Nano S hardware wallet with latest firmware.

  • Latest version of VIC app installed

  • A computer with at least macOS 10.9, Windows 8 (64-bit) or Linux Ubuntu 16.10

  • An internet connection and an available USB port. Use an adapter for USB-C ports

  • A U2F compatible browser (Google Chrome, Opera, FireFox, Brave)

For instructions on how to install Ledger Live, please refer here.

Installing the VIC Ledger Nano S Application

Using the Ledger Live application, follow these instructions:

  • Open the Manager in Ledger Live

  • Connect and unlock the Ledger Nano S

  • Allow the Manager on the Ledger Nano S device by pressing the right button if asked

  • Search the App catalog for VIC, and click the Install button next to the VIC app

  • An installation window will appear, and the device will display Processing…

  • The VIC App installation is complete and ready to use

Connect with MyEtherWallet

Users can use MyEtherWallet vintage for Ledger Nano S to connect to Viction. We recommend checking and following this clear tutorial with the following information:

Note: Select VIC (viction.xyz) the crypto asset network in the top-right corner. Select m/44'/60'/0'/0 as the derivation path

Connect to VicMaster

VicMaster is the decentralized governance Dapp of Viction, allowing users to vote/unvote for masternodes and apply to become a Masternode Candidate.

  • Make sure the Ledger Nano S device is powered on, unlocked and the Viction Dapp is open

  • Plug the Ledger Nano S into your PC/Laptop

  • Go to VicMaster using a U2F-compatible browser

  • Click on the Login button (top right)

  • Select Ledger Wallet from the dropdown list

  • Choose the m/44’/60’/0’/0 path if the Ledger Nano S has the latest firmware. Otherwise, use m/44’/889’/0’/0 path

  • Click on Save

  • Choose one of the addresses that you want to use

  • VIC Balance (right column) should show next to addresses (the first address has 2 VIC as in the figure)

  • Click on Unlock your wallet

Note: Now you can use Ledger Nano S and VicMaster to vote and/or apply to become a Masternode Candidate (please refer to here and here for how to vote and apply to become a Masternode).

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