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POAP - Ledger Live

This tutorial will show you how to operate the POAP app through the Discover section in Ledger Live. 

What is POAP?

POAP is the Proof of attendance protocol that reminds you of the cool places you've been to.

POAP is a new way of keeping a reliable record of life experiences. Each time you take part in an event, as a POAP collector, you get a unique badge that is supported by a cryptographic record. These badges are Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) on the Gnosis sidechain of Ethereum. Learn more about POAP on the website of the project.

How does it work in Ledger Live?

Located within the Discover section of Ledger Live, this is a Ledger-approved application that can immediately show the POAPs you have on your accounts.


Before you begin

  • Update Ledger Live through the notification banner or download the latest version.
  • Ensure your Ledger device runs the latest firmware version.
  • Make sure you have an Ethereum account added. Learn more.

POAP interface overview


This app interface consists of a few main elements:

  1. Account: it shows the current Ethereum account.
  2. Change account: you can choose your other Ethereum accounts.
  3. POAP collection: here are shown your POAP NFTs. Each image is clickable and opens detailed information about the collected POAP.
  4. Support: contact button to reach the POAP team

How to use the POAP app

  Ledger Live Desktop   Ledger Live Mobile
  1. In Ledger Live, click Discover on the left panel.
  2. Scroll until you see POAP.
  3. Select POAP app.
    The interface will open.
  4. You can view additional information on certain POAPs by clicking on them.


Need help?

Feel free to reach out to the Zerion team if you have questions:

  • Please reach their customer support by using the support button on the right bottom corner.
  • Check their Help Center documentation.
  • For more assistance, feel free to reach out to POAP's community as well.


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