Crypto 1–2–3 : cryptowallets

Cryptowallets don’t store your money, rather the keys to access your money
Anyone who has your address can send value to your “mailbox”. The mailbox is locked and to open it you need your private key.
To access your funds, you will need a private key. The private key is like the password to access your money.

Next steps …

Funding your wallet

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Head Blockchain Academy at Blue Swan. Blockchain Law. Decentralized Finance. Online training

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