I have written this guide for anyone who decided on buying or is using a keepkey hardware wallet to store their cryptographic assets such as dash. The process is not terribly difficult, but it did take me more time than normal to figure out to set it up, as the information was not in one location, and was somewhat harder than normal for me to find. Step 1. Download the right client Keepkey has two versions of their chrome client - one is the stable release, the other being a release candidate. Out of the two, you want to download the release candidate rather than the stable release. In the future, this is bound to change, but at the time of this post, you will need the aforementioned version. The release candidate has the ability to store other assets beyond bitcoin. Step 2. Follow the directions to setup your device I'm going defer to the instructions provided by keepkey here. A gentle reminder: keep your seed phrase in a safe place. One other thing: Make sure your firmware is current - my version is 3 at the time of this post. If it isn't, do a firmware update by holding down the button on the wallet, then open your keepkey app. Follow the directions and that should be taken care of quite quickly. Step 3 Make Your Accounts At this point you should be able to create your accounts - there should now be a listbox with other cryptos. Just choose what you need (dash), give it a name and press next. How to use Shapeshift When I tried to do this it wasn't quite obvious on how to start the process, but all you need to do is go to the send menu and click on the blank address field. It should now show any other accounts you have. Select one and then proceed. There will be a prompt asking you to accept shapeshift's terms of service, to accept hold down the button on your device. All done. You can easily now buy bitcoin (or any of the other supported coins) and exchange it on your keepkey wallet.