Used Harmony One BEP20 bridge. Converted token to native format and sent back to Multi coin wallet.
I can see the tokens stored in my wallet on Explorer.harmony.
I cannot see or access tokens in multicoin wallet.
I have recovered the key code to the wallet. When I opened the recovered wallet in an attempt to access $ONE I cannot see the coins. I attempted to enter the token manually but that doesn’t seem to be working either.
I feel like I am close to recovering my small bag, but am at a loss for what to do next. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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I used the Harmony One - $BnB bridge to withdraw the $ONE I bought on Pancakeswap to my Harmony One wallet. When it was time to choose an address to deposit the converted coins to, I chose the link at the bottom of the address bar that says “use my wallet” it pasted my mulit-coin wallet address and I sent the $ONE tokens there.
After refreshing Trust Wallet and manually adding all forms of $ONE token (BEP20, ERC, Native) mine were still not visible in wallet.
Recovered wallet key code, uploaded wallet and cannot access $ONE.
I finally managed to get the (ETH) private address to the address I sent my ONE to 0x8DD0E17a194a1BfC96BbDA191f8Fe7c8EF52e152 which arbitrarily shows up on the HARMONY ONE network under tx # 0x5c385679d12adf7a7edc6af327746b931f6f10e558f8ef7d32ad2ab9f1b13c74 .
However, for fairly obvious reasons, that private address being ETH is not acceptable to the Harmony system in Trust Wallet despite the clear instruction that if you sent a particular token to the wrong chain, you need to create the import under the correct (ie original) chain.
Does this mean that I need to find another wallet system to hold my ONE? Or am I being really thick, here.