Security

What should I do to keep my wallet safe?

Here, we highly recommend the use of physical or offline storage, which can be stored in multiple channels (must be safe channels), and do not lose or disclose your security information. In this way, even if the wallet is abnormal, you can continue to use it by importing the private key or mnemonic.
    1.
    Don't execute QR codes and links from unknown sources.
    2.
    Don't disclose any sensitive information of yourself.
    3.
    Don't take screenshots or take photos to save private keys or mnemonic.
    4.
    Don’t use wallets or export private keys and mnemonics in an insecure environment.

How can I import my Solana wallet into Slope?

For users first use Slope Wallet:
    1.
    Open Slope Wallet.
    2.
    Click 'Import your wallet'.
    3.
    Enter the Private key or Mnemonic words.
    4.
    Click 'Import', then done. You have successfully imported your Solana wallet into the Slope.
For Users who already have a Slope Wallet account, there are two ways to import your Solana Wallet:
First way
    1.
    Click the sidebar at the top left corner of the Homepage.
    2.
    Click 'Add SOL Wallet', then select the 'Import Wallet'.
    3.
    You will be directed to the Import page. Next, paste your mnemonic or private key and click 'Start Import'.
Second way
    1.
    Go to My Profile page, then click 'My Wallet'.
    2.
    Click 'Add SOL Wallet', then select the 'Import Wallet'.
    3.
    You will be directed to the Import page. Paste your mnemonic or private key and click 'Start Import'.

What should I do if I lose my password?

If you didn’t backup the mnemonic or private key to import, you can try the password 10 times.
Once you lose or forget your password, you can reset your password by clicking 'Reset password'. Then type in your mnemonic to reset the password.The new password will replace the old one.

Could I retrieve my wallet if I forget my mnemonics?

No.
If you lost your mnemonics, it means you have lost your wallet. Slope Wallet does not store your mnemonics. So keep it safe!
Last modified 8d ago