where does exodus wallet store your blockchain and keys?

Last Updated on February 27, 2023 by Paganoto

What are private keys? – Exodus Support

What are private keys? – Exodus Support

Where are my private keys stored? The private keys to your blockchain assets are generated and encrypted locally and stored on your device. These keys are never stored in the cloud and they remain 100% for your eyes only, 100% in your control.

How do I view my private keys? – Exodus Support

How do I view my private keys? – Exodus Support

Open your Exodus wallet and a) go to the Wallet tab, b) find the asset you are looking for, click the three dots in the top right corner, and c) click View …

What information does Exodus have access to?

What information does Exodus have access to?

What information about my wallet is visible and stored by Exodus Movement, Inc?

How do I keep my money safe? How to store cryptocurrency …

How do I keep my money safe? How to store cryptocurrency …

Essentially, your Exodus wallet is your own personal crypto-bank – you have the keys to the front door, and the combination to the vault.

What is a blockchain asset? – Exodus Support

What is a blockchain asset? – Exodus Support

Want to know where your crypto funds are stored? They’re actually not stored in your wallet but on the blockchain. Wait, what? We know! It’s true! Wallets like …

How do I import a private key? – Exodus Support

How do I import a private key? – Exodus Support

How to import a Bitcoin private key into the mobile wallet?

Getting started with Exodus

Getting started with Exodus

How do I back up my desktop wallet?

What are the different types of crypto wallets? – Exodus Support

What are the different types of crypto wallets? – Exodus Support

Cryptocurrencies are not actually stored in wallets. They are stored at addresses on the blockchain. Wallets manage the private keys that grant access to the …

Exodus Wallet Review 2022 : Is It a Safe Wallet or Not?

Exodus Wallet Review 2022 : Is It a Safe Wallet or Not?

All Exodus does is help you store your funds. It does not store or manage your private keys (credentials that give access to crypto). If your …