you use Copy and paste to enter the address on Crypto.com right ?
where did you copy it from ?
If you say that you create a trezor wallet for the first time, open the suite and enter the eth wallet, address 1 is displayed, and you have sent coins to address 1. But you enter the standard wallet of the suite again, open the eth wallet, address 1 is missing, but address 2 appears.
This situation is theoretically impossible. This situation does not conform to the arithmetic logic of the hd wallet.
I sent FTM from KRAKEN and by default I couldn’t change chain. The address I used is my Ether address and the tokens are not showing in the wallet. I can see the transaction on ether scan as success. Is it true that in some cases “lost” token could be recoved via blockchain-nodeprotocol com or is not recommended to connect my trazor wallet there at all? Otherwise I have no idea how to recover these…