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How-to

How to verify your balance

For most cryptocurrencies, it’s very easy to check the amount that is sitting in your wallet. However, in order to keep your wallet secure, you must make sure that when you verify your currencies, you ONLY use the public address from your Portfolio. When viewing your Portfolio, the public address for each currency is the …

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How to open your Portfolio on iPhone or iPad

Because the iPhone and iPad don’t have local storage, you have to take an extra step first, and save your Portfolio file from your email to a storage app – like Dropbox, Google Drive, or iCloud. Step 1: Save your portfolio file Click on the Portfolio attachment in your email, and choose Dropbox, Google Drive, …

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Opening your Portfolio

To open your Easy Crypto Portfolio file, follow this process: Step 1: After your order is completed, we will email you your Portfolio file. It will be an attachment called “Easy Crypto [YOUR ORDER ID] – [DATE].ecp”. Step 2: Save the file from that email to your computer – onto your Desktop or your My Documents. Step …

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Portfolio technical details

The Portfolio is a JSON file encrypted with AES 256-bit CBC. It includes an array of the coins purchased, and the amount, public address, and private key for each. Our average password entropy is 190 bits, and we use 5000 iterations of PBKDF2 with 256-bit keys to slow down any brute force attacking.

Why do I have less in my Portfolio than I think I should have?

If you’re checking the value of your balance using an app on your phone, or a website like CoinMarketCap, you might feel like you ended up with less in your Portfolio than you should have. This is perfectly normal and exactly how currency exchange works… so come with me on an exciting journey through the …

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Introducing your Portfolio

About your Portfolio Your Portfolio is what’s called a “cold wallet”. This means that it is completely offline, and impervious to any attacks or hacking. It is encrypted with the latest AES 256-bit CBC encryption. For the safest storage, put it on a USB drive, and store it in a physically secure location. Open your …