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What is a cryptocurrency wallet?
A cryptocurrency wallet is a software program or hardware device used for storing and managing digital tokens. It simply keeps the private keys for all...
What are the differences between my wallet, my address, and my private keys?
Your blockchain address is like a house physical address. The address itself is in the public domain, but not everyone can get into the house because to get...
What is a mnemonic (Secret words)?
A private key is an encrypted key, a 256-bit number that can be represented in different ways to spare users the need to remember long random strings of cha...
Where should I store my Mnemonic?
You can store your mnemonic phrase wherever it will be safe and accessible for you. Copying your mnemonic on a piece of paper is 100% secure against hacker...
Can I change my password or my mnemonic?
Your Wallet password can be changed from the wallet's settings. Your mnemonic can neither be changed nor recovered as they are generated at the time ...
What kind of wallet is 2key wallet?
2key wallet is a non-custodial wallet. This means that the user alone can generate and restore the wallet without relying on or trusting any 3rd party servi...
I lost my mnemonic, how do I restore access to my wallet?
As there is no way to restore mnemonics, you will have to transfer the funds on your wallet to another wallet. If you do not have another wallet, you can cr...
I lost my password, how can I restore access to my wallet?
If you lose your password, you can recover your wallet using your mnemonic. Then, set a new password.
How can I restore access to my wallet if I lost both the password and the mnemonic?
If you've lost both your password and mnemonic you simply CANNOT restore access to your wallet or the funds it contains. You alone hold the keys to re...
What happens if 2key's database is hacked? Could all my funds be stolen?
In the unlikely event that 2key servers are hacked, all that hackers could gain is your SHA256 ENCRYPTED private key, which can't be decrypted without ...