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Does Ledger support the Spark (FLR) token airdrop?

Here you will find all the answers to the most common questions regarding the Spark (FLR) airdrop.

Is Ledger working on a Flare app?

The upcoming Ledger Flare app was designed by TowoLabs and is currently under review by Ledger. Once released, the app will allow you to connect and transact on the Flare network from your Ledger device.

Will Spark (FLR) tokens be supported by Ledger Live?
Ledger Live does not support Spark tokens as of right now. Instead, Ledger users will be able to connect their Ledger device through a third-party app (as shown here) to access and transact on the Flare network.
When will a Ledger Flare app be released?
Ledger is planning on releasing the app close to the date of the official launch of the Flare network.
Where will my Spark tokens be airdropped?
Once the Flare network is launched, the ETH address you provided for the airdrop will become your native Flare address and where you will receive your Spark tokens.
Is Spark an ERC20 token?
Spark is not an ERC20 token and does not operate on the Ethereum blockchain. The Flare network  does, however, make use of the EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) for smart contract functionality.
How much Spark can I expect to receive?
According to the Flare team: “[at launch] each account that has claimed Spark will receive 15% of the total Spark for which they are eligible [...] The remaining Spark will be distributed over a minimum of 25 months and a maximum of 34 months”.
Am I eligible to receive the Spark airdrop?

You are eligible to receive the Spark airdrop as long as these three conditions are met:

  1. You held XRP in your Ledger XRP wallet before the December 12, 2020 snapshot.
  2. You claimed the airdrop by submitting an ETH address before June 11, 2021.
  3. You are in possession of the recovery phrase that secures this ETH address.

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