• Exodus Login : Pre$entation of the Exodus wallet

     

     

    Before going deeper into how to set up and use Exodus wallet, please note that the solution presented below is a software. Like any software, it can encounter bugs, flaws, and can potentially be hacked. Nothing is ever 100% certain. Also watch out for viruses on your computer or mobile phone, which could steal your private keys and / or passwords. We cannot take responsibility for the loss of your funds if anything should happen with your cryptos wallet. In addition, by continuing to read this article, you acknowledge that you understand the risks associated with cryptocurrencies, and wallets (hot and cold). Finally, we have no affiliation with Exodus, its creators or other stakeholders. Exodus login

    There are many types of wallets, digital and physical. For more details, I invite you to refer to this link. In this article, we will cover the Exodus wallet. Why? Because it is free, can accommodate several types of cryptos (not just Bitcoin), easy to use and simple to set up (30 seconds to be operational when you know how to do it!). Therefore, you will take more time to read this article than to configure and use the wallet!

    Read this article all the way TO THE END! There are some tips to avoid mistakes, to avoid having your cryptos stolen or to avoid stupidly losing them! Better spend a minute more on this article than losing hundreds or thousands of euros. Exodus is a digital crypto wallet that was created in 2015 by the company Exodus Movement, Inc. Digital means that it can be installed on a computer or a smartphone depending on what the developer has chosen to create. In the case of Exodus, the wallet is available both on computer (Mac + Windows + Linux) and smartphone (iOS + Android).

     

    is a digital crypto wallet. This means that it only accepts crypto-currencies. It contains an internal exchange system, useful to quickly convert crypto-currencies between each other. But, you cannot send any fiat currencies (euros, dollars) to it nor exchange crypto-currencies into fiat on Exodus. For that purpose, you must use a dedicated Exchange platform.

    We will now explain how Exodus works to:

    1. Install the app

    2. Receive cryptos

    3. Send cryptos

    4. Secure the application

    5. Synchronise two Exodus wallets belonging to the same person. Now, let’s see how to set up and use Exodus Wallet. First, choose on which device (computer or smartphone) you want to install Exodus first, but choose only one of the two platforms for now! And go below to the corresponding section and the corresponding platform.

    Section 1: Install Exodus wallet

    Whether for computer or smartphone, go first to the Exodus download page by following only this link. This is very important to follow this link to avoid bogus sites or bogus applications. REMEMBER. YOU ONLY NEED ONE APPLICATION FOR ALL YOUR CRYPTOS.

    Install and launch Exodus on computer Exodus login

    1. On the left of the download page, you will see a “DESKTOP” section and below a link, as in the photo below. The version (here 19.9.12) will surely be different when you download the application, but whatever.

    2. Click on the link and choose your platform (Mac, Windows, Linux). 3. Once the file is downloaded, install the application on your computer like any other application. 4. Open the app. There is no account to create, no username to put in, no password.

    Install and launch Exodus on your smartphone

    1. By opening the Exodus download page, you should land on the “MOBILE” section with two links, as in the photo below. 2. Click on the option that corresponds to your smartphone.

    . Once the app is installed, open the app. There is no account to create, no username to set up.

    Section 2: Receiving cryptos with Exodus wallet

    Receive payments in cryptos with Exodus for computer

    1. Select the “Wallet” tab on the left.

    2. Select from the list that appears the crypto for which you want to receive a payment, and therefore whose address you want to know. Take for example Bitcoin. If your crypto is not in the list, scroll down to the bottom. You will then see the “+ Add More” button. Click on it, and add the missing crypto from the new screen.

    3. Once you have found your crypto and clicked on it, you will see the number of Bitcoins you have and the corresponding dollar value as well as the “Send” and “Receive” buttons.

    4. Click on the “Receive” button. You will see a line with many characters. This is your address (or public key) for the cryptocurrency in question. This is more or less what corresponds to an IBAN number for a traditional bank account. There is also a large QR code, which is the flashable representation of your address. You don’t really have to worry about it. If you want to receive payments in this crypto, (in Bitcoin in this example), then you will have to provide this address to the person who will send you this crypto. In the case of Summit Mining, we need this address to send you the mined funds. You can send it to us either by email or by message (Telegram, WhatsApp, etc.). Currently, we need from you an address for Bitcoin (BTC), Dash (DASH), Litecoin (LTC) and Zcash (ZEC).

    5. You must now copy and paste this address to send it to the person who wants to send you funds. Click on your address to automatically copy it. This avoids doing Ctrl + V on the

    keyboard. 6. Simply paste the address where you need it. 7. Repeat these operations for each crypto for which you must receive a payment.

    step3 Receive payments in cryptos with Exodus for smartphone

    1. You should be by default on the first tab (“Wallet”) with the wallet icon. If not, go to it.

    2. Select from the list that appears the crypto for which you want to receive a payment, and therefore which address you want to know. Take for example the Bitcoin. If your crypto is not in the list, scroll down to the bottom. You will then see the “+ Add More” button. Click on it, and add the missing crypto from the new screen.

    3. Once you find your crypto, tap it to open it; you will then see its current price, the amount you have and the corresponding dollar value.

    4. On the right side you will see an icon with a down arrow. This is the link to receive this crypto. Tap it.

    4. You will see a line with many characters. This is your address (or public key) for the cryptocurrency in question. This is more or less what corresponds to an IBAN number for a traditional bank account. There is also a large QR code, which is the flashable representation of your address. You don’t really have to worry about it. If you want to receive payments in this crypto, here in Bitcoin in this case, then you will have to provide this address to the person who will send you this crypto. In the case of Summit Mining, we need this address to send you the mined funds. You can send it to us either by email or by message (Telegram, WhatsApp, etc.). Currently, we need from you an address for Bitcoin (BTC), Dash (DASH), Litecoin (LTC) and Zcash (ZEC).

    5. You must now copy and paste this address to send it to the person who wants to send you funds. Simply tap your address to copy it automatically. 6. Paste the address where you need it. It is also easy. 7. Repeat these operations for each crypto for which you must receive a payment.

    Section 4: Securing your Exodus wallet

    So far, anyone can access your wallet and receive or send funds from it. This is normal, there is not even a password! So we are going to add one. In addition, as you will have understood by now, your cryptos are stored directly on your computer. So what happens if someone steals it from you? Or that the hard drive crashes? Guess what? You lose everything. Do not panic! There is a backup solution, but it must be implemented before any incident. Obviously! This solution is to back up your private key. Your private key is a series of 12 secret words that allow anyone who knows them to access your wallet, from anywhere in the world. So be careful not to lose them, but also to keep them in a place that only you (and possibly someone you trust) know about. Using your private key, you can recover your funds on another computer or phone, if something happens to the original device. So let’s see now how to create a password and recover our 12 words.

    Secure your wallet with Exodus for computer

    1. Open the application and select the “Backup” tab on the left.

    2. Immediately, the application prompts you to set a password. For your safety, choose one if possible that combines numbers, letters and special characters. Then click on “NEXT”.