Legacy accounts are wallets created in the Enjin Wallet 1.0 app (prior to March 2019).
Sometimes, when users import a legacy account, the corresponding JumpNet / Goerli / Binance Smart Chain (BNB20) / Polygon addresses do not appear when adding in a new blockchain and address. JumpNet / Goerli / Binance Smart Chain (BNB20) / Polygon addresses are usually similar to the account’s original Ethereum address.
In this guide, we’ll show you how to generate the correct JumpNet / Goerli / Binance Smart Chain (BNB20) / Polygon address when adding blockchains and addresses.
How to Add Missing Addresses
1. Import a legacy account in the Enjin Wallet. If you do not know how to import an account, follow this guide. Alternatively, if you already have the account imported, you can check this article on how to add a blockchain or wallet address.
Ideally, if your account has a JumpNet / Goerli / Binance Smart Chain (BNB20) / Polygon balance, it should automatically appear in the address list during the import process. Take note that in this example, the ETH address displayed ends in 283c.
2. Tap on Add Blockchain, confirm the action and choose the blockchain you would like to add. For this example, we are adding BSC / BNB20.
As you can see, there is no address displayed that ends in 283c. Ideally, the first address displayed should be similar to the imported ETH address.
4. In the Derivation Path section, it shows 44’/60’/0’/0/0. Remove the last “/0”. The correct address should appear (in this example, is 283c), tap the Add Addresses button afterwards.
You have successfully added the correct legacy address in your Enjin Wallet.