Create an account in MyEtherWallet for LuminoCoin
MyEtherWallet is a “do-it-yourself-&-secure-it-yourself” FREE Ethereum wallet that is extremely easy to use. In this guide, we will list out the steps of creating an Ethereum account with MyEtherWallet.
Step 1: Go to https://www.myetherwallet.com/
Go to the MyEtherWallet website at https://www.myetherwallet.com Make sure that you access the website via an HTTPS address. If you’re using Chrome, you should see a green lock notification in the address bar:
Step 2: Go to the “New Wallet” Tab
Step 3: Enter a Strong Password
Enter a password that will be used to access your wallet:
1. Create a strong password, using upper and lower-case letters, and also numbers and symbols (e.g., “#”, “@”, etc.).
2. Do not lose this password. Losing this password is equivalent to losing all ETH and ENJ stored in your account.
Click on the “Create New Wallet” button.
Step 4: Save Your Keystore File
This file contains your private and public keys and is required every time you want to access your account.
Please note that you won’t be able to access your account without this file and the password from the previous step. Losing either one of them is equivalent to losing all ETH and ENJ stored in your account.
Step 5 (optional): Backup Your Private Key
If you would like to make this account accessible by other Ethereum wallets, you can export and backup your private key.
You should never share your private keys with anyone else. If your wallet address is the equivalent of your bank account number, then your private wallet key is your PIN. If anyone obtains your private key, they will have access to all of your funds.
Step 6: Unlock Your Wallet to View the Public Address
Follow the instructions to unlock your wallet and get your public address:
Select the “Keystore File (UTC / JSON)” and select the keystore file you’ve downloaded in the previous step.
Input the password you set on step 3 and click on the “Unlock” button to unlock it
Step 7: Save Your Public Address
Now that you have created the wallet you should now be able to see your Ethereum public address under the “Your Address” label or the “Account Address” section.
You will need to provide this public address during your registration for the token sale event. Do not lose your password and the keystore file, as you will need to use them in the token sale event.