Lattice Manager

The Lattice Manager is a GridPlus web tool which provides an interface for managing your Lattice. You can also use it to send simple Bitcoin transactions (as well as receive BTC) - for Ethereum operations, we recommend using the Lattice with MetaMask, Frame, Rabby or Eidoo (on mobile).


So, what can you actually do with the Lattice Manager?

Address Tags

Address Tags allow you to set a custom display name to any address that will be displayed on your Lattice screen instead of the standard 0xabc address format when approving transactions - this is very useful as it makes confirming that you're sending to the correct address much quicker, easier and with less room for error. Very powerful security feature, especially when combined with the automatic ABI decoding that works on the Lattice. Read more here:

Wallet Explorer

The Wallet Explorer is a simple tool designed for exploring all the addresses derived from your wallet's seed phrase - using multiple and even custom derivation paths. You can also create custom address tags for each address directly in the Wallet Explorer interface. More here:

Bitcoin Wallet

The Lattice Manager also comes with a simple BTC wallet interface that allows you to send and receive BTC transactions - all three commonly used address formats (1, 3, bc1) are supported.

The BTC Wallet is hidden by default, you have to switch to the address format you want to use it with in Settings if you're a first-time user.

You can find more information about the BTC interface here:


Here you can manage connections to 3rd party apps (do not confuse this with the Permissions you can find on your Lattice), change the BTC wallet address format and also setup your own message routing infrastructure if you don't want to use ours - see the article below for a guide!

Connecting to the Lattice Manager

1. Go to the Lattice Manager website:

2. Enter your device ID, which can be found on your Lattice1 by going to the Device ID page from your main menu. Enter any password you like. Press Connect.

3. This will take you to the next step - you will see a new screen asking you to enter a secret, which should be now displayed on your Lattice screen. After you type in the correct secret, the Lattice Manager will be paired to your Lattice1. This will also create a new Lattice Manager permission on your device.

If you forget your password, you can always remove the Lattice Manager permission on your Lattice by going to Permissions → Lattice Manager → Delete and re-connect by going through these steps again.

And you're done with the setup!

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