# Interact with dapps

When you are going to interact with a DApp, Once the DApp sends the signing request to sync, it will automatically pop-up a signing window and request you to sign the transaction/content. when the signing details are popped-up, it will show clauses/contents which you need to sign.

Note

  • All the signed transaction/certificate are stored in local, therefore, it only shows the transaction/content which is the same computer as you signed the transaction.

  • Before signing a transaction or a certificate, you need to create or import a wallet first.

# Signing a Transaction

On the left side, it shows the transaction summary; number of clauses; the description of each clause. On the right side, you can select which wallet is going to sign the transaction and also transaction priority

# Local Wallets

  1. Review the content
  2. Choose the Wallet type Local
  3. Choose a wallet to sign the transaction
  4. Modify the priority if needed
  5. Input wallet's password
  6. Click SIGN

# Ledger

  1. Review the content
  2. Choose the Wallet type Device Name
  3. Choose a wallet to sign the transaction
  4. Modify the priority if needed
  5. Connect your device and follow the steps
  6. Confirm the transaction on your device

# Signing a Certificate

The certificate is a message signing based mechanism which can easily provide your identification or you to agree to your terms or agreements to the DApp.

# Local Wallets

  1. Check the type of certificate( / )
  2. Review the content
  3. Choose the Wallet type Local
  4. Choose a wallet to sign the certificate
  5. Input wallet's password
  6. Click SIGN

# Ledger

  1. Check the type of certificate( / )
  2. Review the content
  3. Choose the Wallet type LedgerName
  4. Choose a wallet to sign the certificate
  5. Connect your device and follow the steps
  6. Confirm the transaction on your device

# Keep Local Wallet Unlocked

When you checked the "Keep unlocked in 5 minutes" feature, the wallet remains unlocked until the last signed transaction/certificates time plus 5 minutes.

If you wish to lock the wallet again but the wallet still in the unlocked period, you can close Sync to enforce the wallet lock again.

Note

  • locked period means that you need to enter your wallet's password to sign the transaction/certificates.
  • unlocked period: you can sign the transaction/certificate without entering the wallet's password.