Ambire accounts are different from your MetaMask/Trezor/Ledger/Grid+ Lattice1 addresses. When you create an account with one of the later, that address will be used as a signer, which means it will control the Ambire account, but the Ambire account is ultimately a separate one.
The reason for this is that Ambire Wallet is a smart wallet, which enables great features such as:
- dynamically changing signers,
- one-click DeFi interactions (zaps),
- batched transactions,
- automatic gas management and frontrunning protection,
- trade automation,
- flash loans
This means you'll have to move your funds from your hardware wallet to your Ambire account, in order to use them. We recommend doing this sooner rather than later, not only because of the early user incentives but also because of the ability to change signers, which will allow you to painlessly change the actual key securing your account (for example from a software wallet to a hardware wallet, or to a hardware wallet with better security) without having to move funds or migrate positions.