How to transfer Ravencoin from to Trezor One

Hello, how do I transfer raven coin to Trezor One? I see only a few coins available even though the support site says that ravencoin is supported. Are there some settings I am supposed to enable? I couldn’t find any info in the support documentation.

Use trezor with one of the three wallets to receive the coin.

Hi, thanks for your answer. Isn’t Trezor already a wallet, why do I need another wallet to receive coins? I find it strange…

First of all, you have to understand that the trezor stores your private key. In this way, whether you connect to metamask or other compatible wallets, you can use your private key to perform signed transfers.
The reason for using other wallets is that trezor supports the code format of this coin and can generate the private key of this coin, but this coin is not integrated in the suite.

Hi @taty Regarding the coinsupport in general:

Supported coins - you can find a list of all supported coins at: Trezor Hardware Wallet (Official) | The original and most secure hardware wallet.

  • You can also find information about which model supports the coin in question as well as any related apps to use for the given coin

Natively supported coins - coins that are natively supported in our app can be managed directly via Trezor Suite:

ERC20 tokens - The vast majority of supported coins are ERC20 tokens. These are built on top of the ETH network, use ETH addresses, and so must be managed via an Ethereum-compatible Wallet. For more detailed information check out our user manual: ERC20 tokens - Trezor Wiki

  • Trezor recently released Trezor Suite which features a native ETH Wallet:

  • To receive ERC20 tokens just use the ETH address as the receiving address. Once the token has been received it should appear automatically in the transaction history.

Other coins - some coins (including Raven RVN) are supported in Trezor firmware, but are not yet supported in the Trezor Suite app.

  • as well as tokens issued on EVM compatible networks such as Binance Smart Chain, Polygon, Avalanche, Arbitrum and others.

For these, you need to use a 3rd party wallet mentioned on the coin list. In doing this, your private keys are still fully protected by your Trezor, but a different app interface needs to be used for managing the coin.

New coins - if your favorite coin (such as Solana SOL) is not on the list, it is not supported right now. At the moment, we do not have the capacity to add new coins. Our current product goal is to unite what we support in firmware and in Trezor Suite first.