1. Download the Nash Extension from the Chrome Web Store
Make sure you have downloaded the official version. If you have not downloaded the Extension yet, you can do so here.
The Extension will appear in the upper right-hand corner of your browser. Read the disclaimer and agree to the terms and conditions to use the Extension.
Neither username nor password is recoverable, and you will lose your funds without them. Please write them down and store them in a safe place.
You will also need to store the account backup code that will be generated later.
3. Create a visual signature
To add an extra layer of security, you must create a visual signature. Select a color and associate it with a word or phrase. You will need this information to send tokens or whenever a password is required.
4. Create a new wallet or import an existing wallet
Your new account information will be displayed. By checking the green box, you confirm that you have saved your information. By continuing, you acknowledge that, if you lose this information, you will lose access to your funds. Usernames and passwords are not recoverable and addresses cannot be amended.
To verify that you saved your information correctly, enter the last four digits of your private key backup code.
5. Log in to your Nash Extension account
There are three ways to log in to your Nash Extension wallet. This is only possible through the Nash Extension, using the information provided to you upon account creation.
- Log in with your username and password
- Log in with your encrypted key and password
- Log in with your private key or WIF (wallet import format) string
It is critical to understand that neither username nor password is recoverable and that you will lose your funds without them. Please write them down and store them in a safe place