As Shiba Inu (SHIBA) is an ERC-20 token it’s supported by Trezor, although it’s not in the Supported coins & tokens list yet.
See here for how to add an ERC-20 token to your Trezor.
When that’s done, all you need is to -
- Create an ETH Receive address for an Ethereum transfer. Copy & paste it into the “send to” address where you have your SHIBA stored now. Here’s an explanation I made for how to make a Receive address, if you’re unsure about that. The recipe I made is an example with Bitcoin (BTC) but the principle is the same for Ethereum (ETH).
- Use SHIBA’s contract address (0x95aD61b0a150d79219dCF64E1E6Cc01f0B64C4cE), if prompted, to send SHIBA to your Trezor’s Receive address (in pt. 1) on the Ethereum network.
NOTE: Make sure you check and double check that you’re doing this correctly from where you send SHIBA tokens - before you press Send! Don’t use any other network than Ethereum, even if other networks may be cheaper.
Also see: ERC20 tokens
If you have any questions about this procedure, or is unsure about something, please don’t hesitate to ask - before you do it.