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UPDATE: The HPB Team recommends that you simply transfer your funds to another newly created wallet on MEW where you have the private key, and then import that key into the wallet. The documentation below is for those that still need to transfer directly from a Ledger/Trezor wallet for some reason (such as if you are a node).
If you got a Ledger Nano S or Trezor, you normally don't know the private key for your and thus you can't map it in the HPB Wallet.
What you (hopefully) do know though is your Mnemonic Code.
The Mnemonic Code is the 24 words that you were asked to write down on a piece of paper when you initially started your Ledger/Trezor, and these words are what can be used to restore your Ledger/Trezor if you lose it or it breaks.
Step 1: Access the website that will convert your Mnemonic Code into a private key.
The easiest way is to visit https://iancoleman.io/bip39/ and then disconnect from the Internet (to ensure no data is transmitted to some third party). The safest way is to download the webpage from https://github.com/iancoleman/bip39/releases , disconnect from the Internet and then open the webpage (to ensure no data is transmitted to some third party). It does not require Internet access to use it.
Step 2: Convert the Mnemonic Code to Private Keys
1. Write your 24 Mnemonic Code in "BIP39 Mnemonic" field. 2. Change "Coin" to ETH - Ethereum 3. Change "Derivation Path" to "BIP32"
4. Insert the following into "BIP32 Derivation Path": m/44'/60'/0'/
Trezor: 4. Insert the following into "BIP32 Derivation Path": m/44'/60'/0'/0
Step 3: Map your account with the HPB Wallet
1. Open the HPB Wallet.
2. Open Mainnet Mapping and "Start to import".
3. Select "Private key".
4. On the bip39 webpage, simply press the private key of the wallet address you wish to import into HPB Wallet and it will open a QR Code image on your screen.
5. Select the Scan QR button at the top right corner in the HPB Wallet, and scan the image from the bip39 webpage.
6. Remove the 0x at the beginning of the key that shows up in the HPB Wallet.
7. Enter a wallet password (you must remember this password!), and start the import.