Backup File: Easy Way to Restore Your Wallets
Citadel.one is a non-custodial platform. It means you take full ownership of your assets. We have no control over your private keys — you are the one who stores and safeguards them. If you lose your seed-phrase or private keys you lose access to your funds. This is why it is important to always have a backup file of your wallets.
The backup file is a document containing encryption of the private keys to all of your wallets on Citadel.one. Stored in a safe place, wallet backup can protect your assets in case of computer or software failure and help to retrieve your funds in the event of damage, loss, or theft of the device.
How to create a backup file
Citadel.one proposes to download a backup file every time you want to log out. Don’t remove the checkmark when logging out. In this case the backup file will be downloaded automatically.
Step 2. Make sure there is a checkmark against the “Download backup file” option and click “Yes”
Your backup file will be automatically downloaded on your computer.
How to restore your wallets from backup
Step 1. Log in, go to the “Add address” page and select the “Import” method.
Step 2. Find “Restore” method and click on “Import file”
Step 3. Click on the “Select backup file” window or drag-and-drop the file. Then click on the “Import” button.
Step 4. Enter the password of your account in the text box and press “Agree”
Step 5. Set the names for the addressed and click “Ok”
That’s it! Your addresses were added successfully.
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Citadel.one is a non-custodial Proof-of-Stake platform for the management and storage of crypto assets. Users can create public addresses for all supported networks with one seed phrase, connect their Ledger or Trezor device, or import an address generated by another wallet.
The analytical dashboard provides relevant information on wallets’ balances and networks’ main metrics. In Citadel.one, we standardize the semantics, making interactions with the platform as easy as possible. The same goes for network metrics. By using universal terms, we are making it easier for users to understand and compare networks.
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