Great question, I am also wondering if anyone has the answer to this?
To add to your point, when I submitted my address for the bounty form, I used the injected wallet, then not sure if I was supposed if this was correct, I created a new wallet and resubmitted the bounty form. I am really hoping I don’t get disqualified for the bounty.
Wondering what everyone did when submitting for the bounty? I would love to hear what you guys did.
I had the same question and Lucas from Centrifuge answered, that the Ledger app is not supported yet but the team is working on it.
I personally wouldn’t recommend to use this address because, until the app is available, you don’t have access to your coins.
The Parity signer is a suggested method to safely setup a wallet address and store your RAD:
Parity singer looks great.
But you need an old, not used smartphone for cold storage.
Is there any user friendly polkadot project wallet out there at the moment?
Or can you use Parity Singer as wallet. But it isn’t just that safe if you don’t turn
Thanks for the reply! As long as I can get my coins there, and get access to them when the app is ready it is not an issue for me. I am not selling this amazing project anyways. But I am concerned that I would never have access to it. I guess it might be a better idea to submit the form again with a generated address?
You are right, as long the coins are transferred to your wallet which belongs to your account you are the owner of them. But frankly I would recommend to re-submit the form with another address to which you have access.
It is still unknown when the ledger app will be integrated for Centrifuge.