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Table of Contents
- Lunie.io Guide
- Accessing Wallet
Currently only way to access your account is by using Ledger Nano S hardware wallet, if you do not have one visit Official Manufacturer Website and acquire one, otherwise you will not be able to continue with this tutorial.
Ledger Nano S
Cosmos App Installation
Start by plugging in your Ledger Nano S device into USB port of your PC, typing in pin, opening your Ledger Live Application and Entering your password. Once this step is done you should be presented with following window:
Enter Settings By clicking a gearbox in the top right corner of the Ledger Live window.
- After entering settings window click on the Experimental Features Tab
- Within Experimental Feature tab:
1.enable Developer Mode by switching a checkbox to blue,
2.make sure a blue "Experimental feature" tag is lighting up right after in the top of your window informing you about enabled mode, then
Managerlabel in the
Menulocated on the left side of the window.
- Follow instructions to connect your ledger, navigate to dashboard (using ledger) and allowing Ledger Live application on your device.
1.Make sure your ledger device is updated to latest version (
1.5.5or higher), if its not you should see a
Firmware version x.x.x is available [Update]notification, in such case follow official support upgrade instructions (mirror).
App catalogsearch textbox type
Installbutton and follow instructions on the screen
WARNING: Always install latest version of the Cosmos App (currently 1.5.0), but at the time of reading it might already differ, if you do not see the version of the app that you were suggested is latest make sure that you Updated your ledger first to latest firmware. In case where you see many different 'Cosmos' apps for example
Cosmos pick the one with latest version below it's name. If you already have
COSMOS App installed (for example version 1.3.x) you have to remove it before installing version 1.5.x or later.
- As the result your Ledger Nano S should have now installed Cosmos app, which you can find in the main menu.
Depending whether or not you initialized your ledger with fundraiser seed phrase as per our CLI Guide you will have access to your funds or freshly created empty wallet, ready to use with Lunie.
Signing in to lunie.io allows you to access your wallet and begin interacting with Cosmos Hub, that is preview balances, stake your ATOM's, participate in governance processes and send transactions.
- Before you begin you have to open previously installed Cosmos App on your Ledger Nano S. Your device screen should then look as on the image below displaying
Tendermint Cosmosstring, otherwise you will encounter
Cosmos app is not open on the Ledgernotification later on (in your browser).
- Enter https://lunie.io website in your browser, then
- Click in top right corner on the
- After clicking a
Sign Inbutton you will be presented with two options,
Sign in with Ledger Nano Sand
Sign in with Address. You should select and click on
Sign in with Ledger Nano Soption.
- You should be then presented with a
Sign Inwindow and another
Sign Inbutton in the bottom right corner of the popup. You can now click the
Sign Inbutton within a
Sign Inpopup window to access your account.
- In case of connection issues where you encounter
Ledger not foundmessage please follow an official Ledger Support article: https://support.ledger.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005165269 (mirror). Also make sure that your device didn't went into automatic sleep mode and exited the application, and that you entered COSMOS App as suggested by a first step of the Sign In process.
Delegating ATOM's, that is staking tokens of Cosmos Hub allows you to claim block and fee rewards. In order to claim rewards you have to first delegate them to your validator of choice and then claim them by sending a withdraw transactions.
Ledger Nano S
This section explains how to delegate your ATOM's to your validator of choice using Ledger Nano S hardware wallet. Before you begin make sure you Signed in.
In order to delegate your coins you can start by selecting an active validator (green bubble next to
Moniker) from the Validator Tab in the Staking view of the Luni webpage. Once you click on the Moniker of your validator of choice, for example Bity.com you will be presented with following view:
Validator View helps you discover and verify informations about your validator. Note that it is not guaranteed that validator with familiar Moniker is the validator you really want to delegate your coins to, so to be absolutely sure you have to verify his
Full Operator Address, in case of Bity.com that address is
cosmosvaloper1uv26ytrnmydyctq0s58ve2k6wn2p653mqs80fm. Always take note of the
Full Operator Address when delegating as you will have to verify it on the screen of your Ledger Nano S device later on.
Now you should be ready to proceed and delegate your ATOM's
- In the top Right corner of the Validator View you should find two buttons:
Delegateallowing you to stake your coins to a validator identified by the
Full Operator Addressand
Undelegatethat you can use when unbonding stake from your validator.
1.Click Delegate Button which cause
Delegatepopup box to appear, then
Amountvalue to amount of ATOM's you wish to delegate to your validator. The smallest value you can enter is
0.000001ATOM, that is 1 micro ATOM. Note that Amount you should enter is specified in unit of ATOM's not uatom's like in case of CLI tools. If you enter incorrect value you should see an error notification stating
Amount must be between 0.000001 and XXX. You can't delegate more then amount of
Available ATOM'syou can see in the first section of the website.
Nextbutton within a
- Next section of the
Stakingpopup that will appear will be a verification view informing you about how much of atoms you will delegate to a validator - a
Network Fee- that is amount of atoms you will have to pay to the network to process your transaction. Note that you can't send more then your entire balance
Available ATOMbalance! that means maximum amount you can send is
Network Fee, we recommend that you delegate such amount so that you will have at least one ATOM remaining. If you decide not to follow this advice you might end up locking your account (not being able to transfer your coins due to not enough Available balance to execute any transactions) or having your transaction fail.
- After verifying correctness of your transaction input click
Nextbutton on the bottom right of the
- Last view of the
Delegatepopup presented to you is submission section
- Click a
Submitbutton on the bottom right of the
Delegatepopup once you are ready to proceed.
Delegatepopup will display a
Please verify and sign the transaction on your ledgerafter which you will have around a minute to verify and sign transaction using your hardware wallet, otherwise you will get navigated back to Submit section and will have to click
Submitbutton again then verify transaction before timeout occurs.
- On your ledger screen you should verify following information
- Section 01/09 - if chain_id is the same as chain id in the Network Explorer view, currently
- Section 04/09 - maximum fee amount that is
gas * amount, note that denomination
uatommeans values are displayed in micro ATOM's on the ledger screen that is
- Section 06/09 - message type should be
- Section 07/09 - is the amount of atoms you will be delegating to your validator
- Section 09/09 - is the validator address, you have to click both button on the Ledger Nano S to preview it, you have to make sure this address is the same as previously noted
Full Operator Address, for example
cosmosvaloper1uv26ytrnmydyctq0s58ve2k6wn2p653mqs80fmin case where you wished to delegate your atoms to Bity.com.
- Section 01/09 - if chain_id is the same as chain id in the Network Explorer view, currently
- After verifying correctness of transaction on the screen of your ledger device you will be presented with option to
View transactionagain or
Sign transaction. Navigate to
Sign transactionand press both left and right buttons to sign.
- After signing a transaction ledger screen will go back to main menu of the COSMOS App and
Delegatepopup will continue to display pending status. You have to patiently await around 30 seconds after which your transaction will be submitted and
Successful delegationpopup message displayed.
- You can now verify your delegation in the Transactions View or in My Delegations Tab of the Staking View.
Lunie.io allow you to navigate into following sections
- Network - landing page with simple explorer, network statistics and latest blocks
- Transactions - preview of transactions such as transfers, delegation, undelegations, redelegation and other on-chain activities.
- Staking - preview of your delegations, validator list and network parameters
Transactions View to which you can navigate after signing in helps you preview all on-chain activities relevant to your cosmos account. Each transaction is a separate row and informs you about amounts, type of action, time and block number where transaction was included and network fees paid.
My Delegations Tab
Presents you a list of validators you are actively delegating your coins to as well as list of pending undelegations.
Allows you to discover list of active and not active validators. You can order this list in 6 different ways:
Monikerthat is a friendly name.
My delegationsthat is number of atoms you delegate to specific validator.
Rewardsyou have earned from that validator, Validator's `Voting Power.
Commissionhow much validator charges his delegators off their rewards for delegating to him.
Uptimehow well is given validator performing in the task of signing and proposing blocks thus earning rewards for his delegators.
Is a view informing you about "cosmological constant" in regards to staking and consensus, that is
- Current Staking Token - name of a staking token,
- Duration of Undelegation Period - that is time required to access / transfer your atoms after they were undelegated from a validator you have chose to delegate your coins to.
- Maximum number of validators - how many validators from the total list presented in validator tab can participate in consensus and earn rewards for themselves and their delegators.
Governance View to which you can navigate after you signing in enables you to preview all on-chain proposals via the Proposals Tab and Parameters Tab in regard to proposals. Final utility of the Governance view is option to create proposals.
Helps you to view and sort network proposals vy following properties;
Title- Name and short description of the proposal
Proposal Id- Proposal identifier
Yes- Percentage of yes votes wishing to accept proposal
No- Percentage of no votes, wishing to reject proposal
No with Veto- Percentage of votes strongly opposing to the potentially harmful proposal
Abstain- Percentage of votes that acknowledged proposal but do not want to take a side
Is a view informing you about "cosmological constant" in regard to governance processes, that is
- Minimum Deposit - minimum deposit that has to be paid for the proposal to be voted upon
- Maximum Deposit Period - amount of time within which deposit must reach
- Threshold - Percentage of
yesvotes requiring for proposal to pass
- Quorum - Percentage of all tokens that has to be used to vote upon proposal for it to become accepted or rejected
- Veto - Percentage of No with veto votes required to reject a proposal
- Voting Period - length of voting period.
As of time of writing this guide a Network Explore is a lading page of the lunie.io. After you signed in you should be presented with a following view.
- First section allows you to preview your
Total ATOMthat is entire balance secured by your wallet,
Available ATOMrefers to amount of coins you can transfer and
Rewardsto amount of accumulated stake you can claim.
- Second section presents you a Chain Identifier (currently
cosmoshub-2) and basic informations about the chain such as number of transactions, number of validators, block height, time since last block as well as total number of liquid / transferable and locked / delegated ATOM's.
- Third section is a descending list of recent blocks on which you can click and explore transactions that were addedd to the blockchain (for example #197,602).