Cobo Vault firmware version V1.2.0 (BTC-Only) will allow you to use Wasabi Wallet to send and receive bitcoin once Wasabi has released its next update.
1. Cobo Vault Essential or Pro upgraded to firmware version V1.2.0 (BTC-Only)
2. Wasabi Wallet already paired with your Cobo Vault (instructions here)
3. MicroSD Card (FAT32 format with capacity not exceeding 32GB)
You can use receiving addresses displayed by either the Cobo Vault hardware wallet or Wasabi to receive bitcoin.
1. Displaying Address on Cobo Vault
1) On the Cobo Vault hardware wallet, go to [Settings], touch [Watch-Only Wallet], then touch [Wasabi].
2) Once you enter your Wasabi Wallet interface on Cobo Vault, touch a receiving address to display it as a QR code.
2. Displaying Addresses on Wasabi Wallet
1) Click [Receive] to display receiving addresses.
1. Using Wasabi Wallet to Send Bitcoin
1) Insert your microSD card into your computer while running Wasabi Wallet.
2) Click [Build Transaction] on the right side navigation bar.
3) Select the UTXOs you want to use, then configure the receiving address, transaction amount, and transaction fees.
4) Click [Build Transaction] in the bottom left of the interface, and check the signed transaction data.
5) Click [Export Binary PSBT] in the lower right corner to export the PSBT file to your microSD card.
2. Using Cobo Vault Hardware Wallet to Sign Transactions
1) Insert the microSD card into Cobo Vault.
2) Touch the microSD icon, and open the transaction file.
3) Touch [Sign] and enter your password to sign the transaction.
4) Touch [Export] and the signed PSBT transaction file (awaiting broadcast) will be exported to your microSD card's root directory.
3. Using Wasabi to Broadcast Transactions
1）Take the microSD card out of Cobo Vault and insert it into your computer.
2）In Wasabi, click [Open Transaction Broadcaster] [Import Transaction]. Find out the signed transaction file under the microSD card and open it. Click [Broadcast Transaction] to broadcast the transaction.