What is a wallet?

A wallet is necessary to access cryptocurrencies.
A wallet is necessary to access cryptocurrencies. A wallet does not store the actual amount of cryptocurrencies a user owns, but holds private keys and therefore allows users to access their holdings more conveniently. It is not a physical wallet.
Instead, a wallet is more like a storage vault for your addresses, including your public and private keys. Furthermore, this vault is needed to gain access to your public address on the blockchain which actually contains your cryptocurrency holdings (Bitcoin, Ethereum, Kai, Kephi, etc.).
A single wallet can hold multiple private keys. You can create as many wallets as you want. In fact, most people who own cryptocurrencies use several wallets in order to ensure maximum security in storing their cryptocurrencies.
Remember that since KardiaChain and Binance Smart Chain are different blockchains, you cannot directly send tokens from one to the other. So the choice between wallets depends on which token you want to use to operate on Kephi Gallery.
  • You cannot store KardiaChain tokens in Metamask, or BNB on KardiaChain wallet.
  • To store KAI or KPHI (tokens based on KardiaChain blockchain), you need a KardiaChain wallet.
  • To store BNB (tokens based on Binance Smart Chain blockchain), you need MetaMask or Trust Wallet (from Wallet Connect).
  • You can, however, convert KAI or KPHI into BNB using a Bridge.​
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