How to Use Silvertoken

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Using Silvertokens

Silvertokens are held in digital "wallets" and may be easily sent between wallets. Sending a Silvertoken is simple, all you need is the receivers wallet address. To receive Silvertokens, simply provide your wallet address to the sender. Below are a list of wallets which are all compatible with Silvertokens. Both desktop and mobile wallets can hold Silvertokens. In addition to the wallets listed, we also recommend using a hardware wallet like Trezor or Ledger Nano S. A hardware wallet offers the highest level of security for Silvertokens.

Remember, never send Silvertokens to an exchange because there is no way to recover the tokens.

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Desktop Wallets

Desktop wallets should be treated like your savings account. Keep the majority of your Silvertokens in a desktop wallet in conjunction with a hardware wallet like a Trezor or Ledger Nano S. A hardware wallet is simply a specialized USB drive which holds your wallets password.

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Mobile Wallets

Mobile wallets should be treated like a checking account. The Silvertokens here are for spending and the balance should be kept lower than that of your desktop wallet.