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Looks amazing ... @RareData - a few questions if you don't mind:

  • Is this wallet in addition to the Flare Ledger app that you showcased back in the fall?
  • These tweets regarding using Bifrost to receive the FLR distribution:

I want to make sure I'm reading this information correctly: there will be a coming beta for the Bifrost wallet, before the June 11 FLR claim deadline? And during that beta we'd be able to obtain a Bifrost FLR address which we could use to make the FLR claim?  If so - will be able to create separate Flare accounts, or in some way be able to generate several Flare addresses to make claims corresponding to several XRP accounts - similar to how I can generate a number of accounts within one MetaMask vault?

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The Ledger FLR app is a separate Towo Labs project. It's not a requirement for Ledger users to access FLR. The existing Ledger ETH app can also be used with Flare. The FLR app simply improves some UI/UX aspects.

We target FTSO functionality for launch, but things like NFTs will have to come later.

On 5/27/2021 at 1:32 AM, CountZerpula said:

before the June 11 FLR claim deadline? And during that beta we'd be able to obtain a Bifrost FLR address which we could use to make the FLR claim?

The beta is a gradual rollout, we will clarify. We advice users to get an empty wallet with a 12 or 24 word recovery phrase and with known Flare support. MetaMask is ideal and set its ETH address as message key.

You can then use MetaMask to access Flare directly by adding a custom network, instructions will be published before launch. If for some unexpected reason Bifrost is delayed, you can still access Flare right away.

If you wish, you can import your MetaMask to Bifrost Wallet once launched and keep using both or stop using MetaMask, if Bifrost has all features you need. Your addresses will be the same in both wallets, but Bifrost is multi-chain and will give access to LTC, DOGE, (...) addresses with no additional backup needed.

Regarding multiple addresses, for the best user experience we recommend to use the first ETH address. If you use later addresses, you will need to switch between them.

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