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I can't see my USDT deposit in my Ledger Tron account

  Not seeing your Tron (TRX), USDT, or TRC10/TRC20 deposit?

For newly created accounts on the Tron network, you must send at least 0.1 TRX to your Ledger Tron receive address to activate the account before you can see your USDT or any other TRC10/TRC20 tokens deposited.

The minimum required amount for the account to be activated is 0.1 TRX. Learn more.

This article covers the most frequent reason why you aren't able to see your USDT Tether deposit in your Tron (TRX) account in Ledger Live when transferring from an exchange.

USDT is a TRC20 USD-pegged stablecoin issued by Tether on the TRON network. To receive TRC20 tokens, you must use your Tron receiving address from Ledger Live. Learn more.

I sent my USDT to my Ledger Tron address and still can't see it in Ledger Live

For the newly created accounts on Tron, you need first to activate them to see your USDT or any other TRC10 / TRC20 tokens.

The minimum required amount for the account to be activated is 0.1 TRX. Learn more.

So if you did send USDT Tether to Ledger Tron account and if they are not visible, please make sure you have at least 0.1 TRX on the main Tron account where you sent USDT. Only then your USDT will appear in the Tron parent account.


If you've already sent tokens like USDT Tether to an inactive Tron account, don't worry. Your funds are safe. Just transfer at least 0.1 TRX to that account. Once the TRX is received, your token balance will then be visible in Ledger Live.

I deposited staked USDT (stUSDT) tokens in my Tron account

Unlike standard USDT Tether tokens, which will show up in your Tron account once activated, staked USDT tokens (stUSDT) are currently not supported by Ledger Live. This means these tokens will not be detected by the app and won't appear in your Tron (TRX) account. To view and manage your Staked USDT tokens on Tron, please connect your Ledger device to a Ledger-compatible third-party wallet like TronScan.

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