After you've added your own digital or hardware crypto wallet to the browser, navigate to the
Crypto Wallets section in
Settings --> Crypto Wallets) to manage these wallets and the tokens they may contain.
Click on the Account icon at the top of the page to view the account options:
Log out: Log out of the current account.
Account name: Switch between Crypto Wallet accounts you've created. The one currently in view will have a check-mark next to it in the drop-down menu.
Create Account: Create a new Crypto account in the browser. Selecting this option, you will go through the same process you did when creating the initial account.
Import Account: Use this option to import existing or external accounts into the browser. You'll be asked to provide either a Private key or JSON file associated with the account. Note that Imported Accounts are not associated with your originally created Brave account seedphrase. That is, using your Brave seedphrase initially provided when creating the account to restore or recover your data will not recover these imported accounts. Please ensure that you keep the information used to access Imported Accounts saved separately should you need to recover these accounts.
Connect Hardware Wallet: Use this option to connect a new Ledger or Trezor Hardware Wallet to your account. Selecting this option will take you through the same connection process outlined in our article on adding Crypto Wallets to the browser.
The left side of the
Crypto Wallets page contains information about the account you're currently viewing.
The left panel displays any Crypto currency you have stored in this account, as well as the your private key associated with this account. Click the
Details button under the account name to view your Private key and QR code. You may also
Export your private key, view this wallet on Etherscan and change the account name from this menu.
As you send and receive crypto currency from your account, a running list of transactions will appear in the main area of the page. For each transaction, you can see the:
- Transaction number
- Transaction Date/timestamp
- Confirmation of successful transaction
- Transaction amount
You can also click on the entries in the Transaction History to view more detailed information surrounding each individual transaction.