Yes I still have an issue with this.
Here is what I did: https://docs.binance.org/smart-chain/wallet/ledger.html
Here is the address: 0x0Bc0518aA9C47b39597888B0AaD56B842dAAf605
More detail if needed:
I recently transferred BNB from Binance to the Binance Chain network (using the Ledger). However I was unable to use this BNB with Dapps like PancakeSwap.
I did some research and found out that I might be able to use the Binance Smart Chain extension wallet on Chrome to transfer the funds from the Binance Chain to the Binance Smart Chain. I connected my Ledger to the extension and sure enough, I could see the BNB on the Binance Chain. The address started with bnb…
I then switched over to the Binance Smart Chain Network (at the top of the extension) and it showed me a new address starting with 0x0…with the word Ledger beside it. I assumed that this was the smart-chain equivalent of the bnb… address, generated by the Ledger.
I tried a small transfer at first and the transfer was successful. I later transferred the rest of the BNB.
I thought everything went well until I tried the new Binance Smart Chain address (starting with 0x0…) on PancakeSwap. But I was not getting the signature authorization on my ledger when I want to complete the transaction. I tried to send the funds to another Smart Chain address and I still did not receive the signature authorization. I could see the BNB in the 0x0…address (that was generated by the Ledger) but I could not do anything with it. I tried multiple browsers, reinstalled extension, tried metamask, cleared cache, no luck.
Today I logged in through the Ledger and Binance Smart extension and I don’t even see the address anymore! The address is obviously still on the Binance Smart Chain but I have no way to access it. I looked through all the addresses in the Ledger using https://mycrypto.com/ and it doesn’t find the BSC address that it generated yesterday! How is it possible that the Ledger could create an address that it no longer has!? Anyone in a similar situation?