Cobo Vault firmware version V1.2.0 (BTC-Only) will allow you to use BlueWallet to send and receive bitcoin once BlueWallet has released its next update.
1. Cobo Vault Essential or Pro upgraded to firmware version V1.2.0 (BTC-Only) or later
2. BlueWallet already paired with Cobo Vault. Instruction 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 BlueWallet 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 [BlueWallet].
2) Once you enter your BlueWallet interface on Cobo Vault, touch a receiving address to display it as a QR code.
2. Displaying Addresses on BlueWallet
1) Go the the corresponding wallet, and touch [Receive] to display the receiving address.
1. Using BlueWallet to Send Bitcoin
1) Open the BlueWallet app on your smartphone, and find the wallet that has been paired with Cobo Vault.
2) Touch [Send] to enter the sending interface.
3) Configure the receiving address, amount, transaction fees, and notes.
4) Touch [Next] to display the unsigned transaction information.
5) Touch [Animated QR Code] to switch to displaying a dynamic QR code.
2. Using Cobo Vault Hardware Wallet to Sign Transactions
1) Touch the scanning icon on the BlueWallet interface on Cobo Vault and use the hardware wallet device camera to scan the QR code displayed by BlueWallet.
2) Touch [Sign], and input your device password to obtain the signed transaction information (awaiting broadcast).
3. Using BlueWallet to Broadcast Transactions
1) Touch [Scan Signed Transaction], and use your smartphone camera to scan the QR code displayed on Cobo Vault to transmit the signed transaction data.
2) Once you have entered the broadcasting interface on BlueWallet, touch [Send Now] to broadcast the transaction.