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A device or software that stores public and/or private keys for cryptocurrency transactions and keeps track of their balances and attributes.

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So you will be able to generate 4 294 967 296 addresses for one single HD wallet. The first half is reserved for non-hardened derivation and the other half is reserved for hardened derivation. …
answered Apr 27 '21 by Marek Mahut - StakeNuts
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To derive wallet addresses for a single wallet, it is easiest to use an existing library that can do this for you, as for example the cardano-seralization-lib by Emurgo. … Have a look at their documentation, but this easy snippet you will show you how to derivate the 10th address of your wallet: function harden(num: number): number { return 0x80000000 + num; } const …
answered Apr 27 '21 by Marek Mahut - StakeNuts
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If you are looking for a hosted solution, have a look at Blockfrost.io.
answered Oct 15 '21 by Marek Mahut - StakeNuts
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Go to the Receive tab to select an address.
answered Jun 2 '21 by Marek Mahut - StakeNuts
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Yoroi uses 15 words for its seed phrase. You did probably used Daedalus to generate it. I recommend you to try to use Daedalus to restore it.
answered Apr 27 '21 by Marek Mahut - StakeNuts
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If you think about watching a local wallet, created on cardano-wallet, I do not think there is more efficient way than just pooling it in an interval. … If it is a wallet that does not use enterprise or mangled addresses, you can watch the chain from cardano-db-sync stack or a remote API provider such as blockfrost.io. …
answered Nov 17 '21 by Marek Mahut - StakeNuts
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You can use the same address over and over. There is nothing such as auto-creation. The safety for Shelley addresses is the same.
answered Nov 12 '21 by Marek Mahut - StakeNuts
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It is not possible to create complex monetary policies using the cardano-wallet. As far as I know, it is not even possible to create a time lock for the policy in it. … For example, we want our policy to allow future minting by a specific wallet id, among other attributes. For such policy, you might need to use Plutus. …
answered Nov 21 '21 by Marek Mahut - StakeNuts
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I do not think cardano-wallet supports finding the wallet of a given address, so you would need to look through all the wallets to find your address. …
answered Nov 23 '21 by Marek Mahut - StakeNuts
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Do you mean a wallet that can hold multiple tokens besides ADA? If so, both Yoroi and Daedalus already support that. …
answered May 27 '21 by Marek Mahut - StakeNuts
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One of the biggest security threats right now is malware and key loggers. That is why offline backup and hardware wallets are so important, as you try to shield your signing keys from your day to day …
answered Apr 28 '21 by Marek Mahut - StakeNuts
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So, whatever you are using Daedalus or Yoroi, always protect your private keys by using a hardware wallet. …
answered May 1 '21 by Marek Mahut - StakeNuts
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The support for transactions-construct has been added just some days ago and is not released yet.
answered Jul 26 '21 by Marek Mahut - StakeNuts
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Blockfrost.io has an open source project called websocket-link.
answered Oct 12 '21 by Marek Mahut - StakeNuts
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Edit: they are now both available in your favorite wallet :) …
answered May 1 '21 by Marek Mahut - StakeNuts

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