Pi Wallet — Questions And Answers

Pi Network is a cryptocurrency developed by Stanford PhDs, with over 15 million members globally, and currently offers free registration.

In Pi Network, the only work Required is for the participant is, to open the App once a day and click on Mine and it takes less than 5 seconds.

Here are the eleven (11) recent questions and answers about the Pi wallet ;

1. Can’t I make a free package now?

Yes, it’s just a test for now. It’s okay if you don’t make it, but I want to participate in the test as much as possible. If you are good at the prepackage and don’t want to test it, you don’t need to test it.

If you can’t understand, I recommend testing. If a problem arises to solve the problem, the test is actually preparing the mainnet. In the near future, it will take some practice to calmly handle wallets on the mainnet.

2. Is there language support in the wallet?

The full package is displayed in each country language. The way to switch is to enter the last icon into minepi in the pie browser. After typing, switch to each country language at the top right of the homepage, then go back to the browser and enter the front package.

3. What does the mnemonic phrase look like?

The mnemonic phrase is a form of private key. It’s actually a private key. The private key of the pi packet is a set of 24 English words. The private key is not an address. The address of the pi packet is a string starting with G, as follows: GBFNOSELFEXZLS88UIOAJBXKS6

4. What if the mnemonic is forgotten and not saved?

Mnemonic phrases cannot be retrieved unless you save them, but you can reset the old package and recreate it to get a new set of mnemonic phrases. As it is for testing purposes, it does not affect the mined Pi.

5. Why can’t I use my fingerprint to unlock my front bag?

The fingerprint unlock function is based on your own phone. If your phone has a fingerprint unlock feature, you can use it in front of the Pi. It cannot be used if your phone does not have a fingerprint unlock function.

6. Why do I have to enter the mnemonic phrase each time I enter to enter the front package?

The pi dictionary package is a non-parenting dictionary package, so no one will store your private key, so you need a mnemonic to enter it. Nicholas will be optimized later, it will be more convenient. If your phone supports fingerprint unlocking, it’s not that complicated and you can enter your fingerprint directly.

7. What should I do if the Pi I tested is used up?

When it runs out, you can still get a test Pi from the Pi faucet.

8. What can the Pi browser do besides getting into the Pi application?

Pi Browser is a comprehensive browser that not only supports Pi applications, but also allows you to browse and access other content using functions similar to the 360 ​​browser.

9. Is the tested Pi worth it?

The only value is for testing, the price is 0, and it will be cleaned up before the mainnet is activated, so be careful not to be f00led here.

10. Is the prepackaged private key mnemonic now the private key of the generated premainnet package?

No, it’s just a test now. When the main network starts up, the private key and address of the previous package on the main network are regenerated.

11. How to safely record and store mnemonic words?

First of all you need to write it on the carrier. This carrier can be a laptop, USB flash drive, or text file, and save it when you’re done recording. The storage method should be fireproof, anti-theft, waterproof, and anti-lost.

Loss Prevention: The loss prevention solution is multiple backups. Multiple backups are storing at least two copies in different geographic locations at the same time.

Fire protection: This is easy to understand, and the carrier of the private key should not be placed in a fire-prone place.

Waterproof: This is also easy to understand. It is not only waterproof, but also moisture-proof. It is best to place the waterproof plastic outside the private key carrier.

Anti-theft: do not transmit over networks, etc.

For Pi Network updates, join this telegram group chat; t.me/PiCoinz. Kind regards pioneers.

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