Mist Browser | Table O Contents
The string below your account name is your account address …
- Mist Browser | Table O Contents
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Download the latest release of mist wallet.
After you launch, you’ll see this:
Installing The Wallet
Once the node is fully synced, you’ll be asked to choose the network.
Choose “test” network
Choose your password:
Choose Your Password wisely because you cannot change the password of this type of account once it’s created.
Ethereum Mist Wallet Accounts Overview
This is what the Wallet’s overview screen looks like.
At the top of your Wallet overview screen, you’ll see the info related to the sync status of your node.
If the node has stopped syncing (e.g. zero peers or block number not changing), try re-starting the Wallet app or wait for some time.
Under Accounts, you can see the number of accounts and Ether balance in every account.
Your Account Address
Go inside the ‘MAIN ACCOUNT’.
The string below your account name is your account address.
It starts with the number zero (0) followed by the letter “x”, as follows:
Ethereum Mist Wallet
Ethereum Account addresses are in hexadecimal format.
They are made up of 40 characters (hexadecimal digits), as follows:
Note. Remember, your Ethereum Account address begins with the two characters
To receive ether from another party, simply share your hexadecimal Ethereum Account address.
Testnet is the Ethereum Platform’s sandbox where you can test your formulas in a live environment without disrupting the main chain.
To see the status of any of your “test” transactions, visit
https://testnet.etherscan.io/ and simply put your account number or the transaction number sent by other party into the search bar.
Hint. To see all of your transactions, go to Wallet overview → Latest Transactions
If you can’t find anyone to send you any ether, then visit your local Ethereum Faucet.
Seriously, with the address of a Ethereum Faucet you may receive “free” test-ether simply by adding your wallet address and start claiming.
Receive Free Ether From Ethereum Faucets
Go to SEND.
To “send” ether to another party, simply enter the hexadecimal Ethereum Account address of the receiving party.
Then, choose the amount of ether you want to send in tiny increments called …
Sending Ether from the Ethereum Mist Wallet
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