Chapter 4: Introduction to Blockchain Wallet Features 1: Creating a Blockchain Account

Chapter 4: Introduction to Blockchain Wallet Features 1: Creating a Blockchain Account
The presentation of blockchain wallets is divided into addresses and accounts, which we collectively refer to here as accounts.


The accounts of different blockchains are different, and the degree of difficulty may also be different.

For example, the account of Ether and Bitcoin is free, but the account of EOS needs to be created at a certain cost.

Since creating a blockchain account is a complex process, wallets exist to help users simplify these processes.

Generally, after creating an account, the wallet will guide the user to make a backup of the private key or helper word, and then perform a secondary verification to ensure that the private key or helper word backed up by the user is accurate.

In the blockchain where the account needs to be created through payment, the wallet will generally help the user to complete the payment process using traditional payment tools to reduce the user’s difficulty in using it.

For white users, it may be too troublesome to master the private key, so TokenPocket has designed a decentralized cell phone number/email registration account method based on EOS. This method supports users to retrieve the private key through the verification code method when they forget it, just like we usually use internet products, and log in through the verification code when we forget the password, which greatly reduces the difficulty of using the wallet.