ZilPay wallet for .zil domains is fairly similar in appearance to the Metamask wallet and used to access Dapps like Mintable.
2. We will start by creating a dummy account in the ZilPay wallet as this then gives us access to restore a wallet from your existing json keystore file.
You will be provided with a 12 word seed phrase and you set a password for the wallet. Keep both of these secure in case you ever need to restore ZilPay to another device.
When the installation is complete you should see the following standard warning.
The ZilPay logo will now show towards the top right in your browser.
3. If you click the ZilPay logo in the browser it will show the dummy wallet we created (Account 0).
4. We can now start the process of restoring the wallet from our json file by clicking the logo to the right of the words Account 0.
Then click the restore icon to the left of the + icon.
Select Key store option and click Choose File to locate your json file on your device. By default the filename for the .zil domains on your device will be Zilliqa_Wallet.json and dated after the 8th July 2019.
Enter your password for the json file and then click Import
You should then be presented with the wallet that holds your .zil domains and labelled as Keystore 1.
Please note you will require ZIL tokens in your ZilPay wallet to use Dapps like Mintable and the wallet address can be copied to your clipboard by clicking Keystore 1.