How to Use Infinito Wallet

12 May 2018

Infinito Wallet is a multi-asset universal wallet. It offers an extending list of leading transactional cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, GAS, Dash and Dogecoin. It also enables access to leading smart contract blockchain tokens such asETH ERC20, NEO NEP-5, and more to come on our roadmap.

The Infinito Wallet serves as a gateway for users to maximize the usage and potential of cryptocurrencies. By selectively expanding their partner networks, the Infinito Wallet team aims to build an ecosystem of practical blockchain services that includes exchanges, ID/KYC solutions, and other blockchain-related business services. At the same time, the Infinito Wallet supports communities of developers and businesses with an open blockchain infrastructure of technologies and compliant-ready services so they can seamlessly build, launch, and operate innovative products and services efficiently.

Today, we’re going to demonstrate how to use the Infinito Wallet to store and interact with your crypto assets. We’ll also show you how to take advantage of the full range of services provided by the Infinito Wallet.

Part 1: How to install Infinito Wallet on IOS and Android

Step 1: Search for Infinito Wallet on your respective app store.
Step 2: Tap on the get button to install Infinito Wallet.
Step 3: Tap the Open button to begin using Infinito Wallet.

Step 1: Go to your play store and search for Infinito Wallet.
Step 2: Choose the app created by 'Infinity Blockchain Labs Europe'.
Step 3: Click on the “Install” button.
Step 4: When the download is finished, click on the “Open” button to start the wallet creation process.

Part 2: How to create an Infinito Wallet

Step 1: Now you have two options: Create a new wallet or restore a previous one. We are going to create a new one, so choose the “create new wallet” button (and agree to the terms shown).
Step 2: Choose the Wallet name and click ‘Next’.
Step 3: On this step, it will be required that you save your backup passphrase - press “Start Backup” to begin the process.

Step 4: You'll be shown a 12-word passphrase or seed, write it down on a piece of paper (in the same order) and keep it safe. The recovery phrase is used to restore your wallet in case you lose your phone or forget your password, so keep the recovery phrase safe!
Step 5: Once you have written down your passphrase, confirm it by selecting the correct word order.
Step 6: Finally, setting up the password - Fill in the password gap with an adequate password and click “Finish” to complete the wallet creation process.

Part 3: How to enable Coins & Tokens

Step 1: Now you are inside your wallet and, as you can see, it enables four coins by default (BTC, ETH, NEO, GAS).
Step 2 and 3: In order to enable more wallets, click on the “+” button and choose the coins or tokens you wish to enable.

Note: You’ll be required to enter your password to connect the wallet to the specific coin blockchain, confirming that Infinito Wallet never stores your password.

Part 4: How to Send and Receive funds

To send, receive, or check your balance, simply select the currency by clicking on it.

Step 1: After that, the activity section showing the transactions of the coin will be displayed.
Step 2: To send funds, click on the “Send” button - fill in the first box with the receiving address, the second box with the amount you wish to send, and press “Next”.
Step 3: To receive funds, click on the “Receive” button and simply copy the address displayed and use it to receive funds.

As you can see, Infinito Wallet is designed for simple and fast coin management while maintaining state of the art security and protection features. Just remember to keep your passphrase safe. For more information please visit the official website.


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