Ethereum: get address

Display requested address derived by given BIP32 path on device and returns it to caller. User is presented with a description of the requested key and asked to confirm the export on Trezor.

const result = await TrezorConnect.ethereumGetAddress(params);

Params

**Optional common params**

Exporting single address

  • pathrequired string | Array<number> minimum length is 5. read more
  • addressrequired string address for validation (read Handle button request section below)
  • showOnTrezoroptional boolean determines if address will be displayed on device. Default is set to true

Exporting bundle of addresses

  • bundle - Array of Objects with path and showOnTrezor fields

Handle button request

Since [email protected] there is a possibility to handle UI.ADDRESS_VALIDATION event which will be triggered once the address is displayed on the device. You can handle this event and display custom UI inside of your application.

If certain conditions are fulfilled popup will not be used at all:

  • the user gave permissions to communicate with Trezor
  • device is authenticated by pin/passphrase
  • application has TrezorConnect.on(UI.ADDRESS_VALIDATION, () => {}); listener registered
  • parameter address is set
  • parameter showOnTrezor is set to true (or not set at all)
  • application is requesting ONLY ONE(!) address

Example

Display address of first ethereum account:

TrezorConnect.ethereumGetAddress({
    path: "m/44'/60'/0'/0/0",
});

Return a bundle of ethereum addresses without displaying them on device:

TrezorConnect.ethereumGetAddress({
    bundle: [
        { path: "m/44'/60'/0'/0/0", showOnTrezor: false }, // account 1
        { path: "m/44'/60'/1'/0/0", showOnTrezor: false }, // account 2
        { path: "m/44'/60'/2'/0/0", showOnTrezor: false }, // account 3
    ],
});

Validate address using custom UI inside of your application:

import TrezorConnect, { UI } from '@trezor/connect';

TrezorConnect.on(UI.ADDRESS_VALIDATION, data => {
    console.log('Handle button request', data.address, data.serializedPath);
    // here you can display custom UI inside of your app
});

const result = await TrezorConnect.ethereumGetAddress({
    path: "m/44'/60'/0'/0/0",
    address: '0x73d0385F4d8E00C5e6504C6030F47BF6212736A8',
});
// dont forget to hide your custom UI after you get the result!

Result

Result with only one address

{
    success: true,
    payload: {
        address: string,     // displayed address
        path: Array<number>, // hardended path
        serializedPath: string,
    }
}

Result with bundle of addresses sorted by FIFO

{
    success: true,
    payload: [
        { address: string, path: Array<number>, serializedPath: string }, // account 1
        { address: string, path: Array<number>, serializedPath: string }, // account 2
        { address: string, path: Array<number>, serializedPath: string }  // account 3
    ]
}

Error

{
    success: false,
    payload: {
        error: string // error message
    }
}