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  1. The Turtle wallet is super simple to get going, the hashvault remote node is one of the default nodes you can select. 1) download the TurtleNest application: https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtle-wallet-go/releases/ 2) Extract and run the turtle Nest wallet. 3) Select Remote node, then pick HashVault.pro in the list. 4) in the create wallet section give your wallet a name and password. 5) click Create 6) save your recovery details, and your done. let the application sync up.
  2. Aeon Remote Node address: nodes.hashvault.pro:11181 Getting started with a new Aeon wallet is easier and quicker when you use a remote node to provide access to the blockchain. You can find lists of public nodes in google or use this guide to get a fully functional Aeon wallet in minutes. 1) download the GUI: https://github.com/aeonix/aeon-gui/releases 2) move it to a folder you will like the application to stay. Using a USB stick can be a good idea 3) run the Aeon Wallet GUI executable 4) Select the language, I will select English but pick your native language. 5) Select restore wallet from keys or seed 6) give your wallet a name, enter your recovery data 7) give the wallet a password (this is for this wallet, it can be different than previous passwords) 8 Enter our Aeon remote node details: nodes.hashvault.pro:11181 9) that's it! you are ready to use your wallet again.
  3. Aeon Remote Node address: nodes.hashvault.pro:11181 Getting started with a new Aeon wallet is easier and quicker when you use a remote node to provide access to the blockchain. You can find lists of public nodes in google by searching for "Aeon Remote Node" or alternatively use this guide to get a fully functional Aeon wallet in minutes using the remote node provided by HashVault our Aeon Mining Pool. 1) download the GUI: Windows, MacOS or Linux can be found on the Aeon GitHub: https://github.com/aeonix/aeon-gui/releases 2) move it to a folder you will like the application to stay. Using a USB stick can be a good idea 3) run the Aeon Wallet GUI executable 4) Select the language, I will select English but pick your native language. 5) Select create a new wallet, if you already have a wallet you can restore from seed, or load the wallet file 6) Give your wallet a name, if you are going to store it on a USB stick change the save path. BUT most importantly save your recovery seed, write it down on paper. keep it safe. 7) chose a password that only you know, this will be used to access your funds. 8 add the hashvault remote node details: nodes.hashvault.pro:11181 9) That's it you are done... don't forget to store your recovery seed safely!
  4. Monero Remote Node address: nodes.hashvault.pro:18081 Getting started with a new monero wallet is easier and quicker when you use a remote node to provide access to the blockchain. You can find lists of public nodes in google or use this guide to get a fully functional Monero wallet in minutes. 1) download the GUI: Windows, MacOS or Linux 2) move it to a folder you will like the application to stay. Using a USB stick can be a good idea 3) run the Monero Wallet GUI executable 4) Select the language, I will select English but pick your native language. 5) Select "Restore wallet from keys or mnemonic seed" (unless you are creating a new wallet) 6) Enter a wallet name and Fill in your recovery details 7) Give your wallet a password 8) Set your daemon for hashvault's public node (nodes.hashvault.pro 18081) 9) Give the wallet a few minutes to sync up and you are done
  5. Getting started with a new monero wallet is easier and quicker when you use a remote node to provide access to the blockchain, you can find lists of public nodes in google or use this guide to get a fully functional Monero wallet in minutes. 1) download the GUI: Windows, MacOS or Linux 2) move it to a folder you will like the application to stay using a USB stick can be a good idea 3) run the Monero Wallet GUI executable 4) Select the language, I will select English but pick your native language. 5) Select "Create a new wallet" 5) Give your wallet a name, write down your recovery seed on paper and store it safely. 6) Give your wallet a secure password 7) Select "Connect to a remote node" and use the hashvault remote node details: nodes.hashvault.pro:18081 8. That its your all setup and ready to go, you can get your wallet address from the receive tab
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