User Guide
Create Wallet

Create a wallet

Cryptocurrency wallets are a cornerstone of Web3, giving you full control over your assets. The blockchain we are running on, Aleph Zero, offers its own native extension as well as collaborates with several third-party wallet providers. Read more in the Aleph Zero Documentation (opens in a new tab).

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Install extension or app

There are two types of wallets you can use to sign transactions on AZERO.ID (opens in a new tab):

  • Browser extensions: Wallets as browser extensions allow you to sign transactions on your desktop computer.
  • Mobile apps: Wallets as native mobile apps allow you to sign transactions on your mobile device via in-app browsers.
  • Ledger wallets: For extra security, you can connect either of the wallet types above to a Ledger hardware wallet.
The in-browser web wallets (i.e. are supported but you need to import our contract metadata and perform manual contract calls which is not recommended.

Supported wallets

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Setup your account

After the installation is complete, follow the wallet's instructions to create a new account or import an existing one. Make sure to store your seed phrase in a safe place.

Tutorials by wallet providers

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Get funds

After your wallet is set up, it needs to be funded to be able to pay for domain and transaction fees (gas). You can buy $AZERO tokens in the following ways:

Fiat onramps

Buy $AZERO tokens and directly fund your wallet.

Centralized exchanges (CEX)

Buy $AZERO tokens and withdraw them to your wallet in a second step.