A Firo Masternode can be hosted with Ledger, Trezor, QT, or Electrum Light wallets.


Instructions for Ledger:

  1. Connect your Ledger wallet to your computer and open the Firo app on it.

  2. Send exactly 1000 FIRO in a single transaction to your address.

  3. Select the "Ledger" wallet here: https://www.allnodes.com/firo/host

  4. Follow further instructions from Allnodes.


Instructions for Trezor:

  1. Connect your Trezor wallet to your computer.

  2. Send exactly 1000 FIRO in a single transaction to your address.

  3. Select the "Trezor" wallet here: https://www.allnodes.com/firo/host

  4. Follow further instructions from Allnodes.


Instructions for the Firo Core (QT) wallet :

  1. Download and install the QT Wallet (Firo Core) from the official website: https://firo.org/get-firo/download
    If you already have 1,000 FIRO in your wallet (sent in one transaction), start at step 5.

  2. Go to the "File" menu and choose "Receiving addresses...". Press the "New" button. Enter the name of your Masternode in the "Label" field (e.g. FIRO001), then press "OK".

  3. Find your new address on the list, right-click on it and choose "Copy address".

  4. Send exactly 1000 FIRO in a single transaction to that address.

  5. Select the "Firo Core" wallet here: https://www.allnodes.com/firo/host

  6. Follow further instructions from Allnodes.


Instructions for the Electrum Light wallet :

  1. Download and install the Electrum Light wallet the official website: https://firo.org/get-firo/download
    If you already have 1,000 FIRO in your wallet (sent in one transaction), start at step 4.

  2. Go to the "Addresses" menu and choose any new empty address. Press the "New" button. Enter the name of your Masternode in the "Label" field (e.g. FIRO001), then press Enter.

  3. Send exactly 1000 FIRO in a single transaction to your address.

  4. Select the "Firo Client" wallet here: https://www.allnodes.com/firo/host

  5. Follow further instructions from Allnodes.

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