Storing Ethereum (ETH) and other cryptocurrencies safely and securely is critical. No matter what cryptocurrency wallet you use to store Ethereum or other ERC20 tokens, you must always keep all wallet information in several secure physical/digital locations to prevent loss of access or theft. Mobile wallets, like Jwallet, are currently one of the most popular options for managing Ethereum and ERC20 tokens like Ethereum (ETH). They require minimal data to be downloaded to connect to the network and make your Ethereum (ETH) tokens easily accessible through your smartphone. You can store Ethereum (ETH) in the Jwallet (on iOS, Android, and Web) by following the simple steps outlined below.
Creating a new wallet takes seconds. To create your first wallet simply:
To import an existing wallet into your Jwallet:
You should see your imported wallet instantly with all of your assets. If you import multiple wallets, you should be able to see all of them on the My Wallets screen.
After creating your wallet name and passcode, it is important to back up your new wallet by generating and saving your mnemonic phrase. A mnemonic is a multi-word key that is created to add an extra layer of security to your Ethereum (ETH) wallet. This mnemonic phrase can be used to import your key into other wallets or restore your wallet in the future. Keep your mnemonic safe & never share it with anyone! To create one:
Remember, your mnemonic phrase and private key are the only ways to restore access to your funds! To backup an existing Ethereum (ETH) wallet:
To receive Ethereum (ETH) or other ERC20 tokens:
To send Ethereum (ETH) or other ERC20 tokens using the Jwallet: