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How to start CUBE Wallet

You can think of the CUBE wallet as a kind of transaction account that can store tokens and virtual assets, such as the CUBE and NFTs.
Points accumulated through in-game activities can be exchanged for coins and stored in your wallet.
In order to convert game points to digital asset coins, a CUBE Wallet must first be created. From CUBE, go to [CUBE App's Wallet Menu > Create a wallet > Register Password > Register Backup Question/Answer > Complete Wallet Creation]. Please refer to the below images for further details.
1.CUBE App Wallet Menu
Users that have not created a wallet on the CUBE app can find the wallet creation page at the bottom of the app under the Wallet Menu
2. Select Add a new wallet
โ€ป To use an existing wallet, you can add by selecting [Import External Wallet]
3. Set Wallet Password
Apart from the CUBE login password, this password is used to view your assets, as well as for token and NFT transfers. You may think of this as like your password for your bank or passcode to unlock your phone.
4. Set the back up question
The user has full authority of their CUBE Wallet. This is a security measure in case you forget your password, so be sure to register a back-up question and answer.
5. Complete Wallet Creation
If you see the below screen, you have successfully created your wallet! You can now enjoy the various services of CUBE.
โ€ป If you have not yet installed or used the CUBE App, you can create your wallet after the following procedure [App Download > CUBE Signup > Login].
โ€‹>CUBE Signup Linkโ€‹

To use an external wallet on the CUBE App, (ex. Metamask), you can do so by entering the private key.
To import external wallets, go to [CUBE App Wallet Menu > Import External Wallet > Enter Private Key > Register Password > Register Backup Question/Answer > Complete Wallet Creation]. Please refer to the below images for further details.
1.Select CUBE App Wallet Menu
Users who have not created a wallet from the CUBE App can do so by finding the Create a wallet page from the Wallet Menu at the bottom of the App.
2. Select Import an external wallet
You can connect external wallets to the CUBE App.
โ€ป To create a new wallet, go to [Create New Wallet]
3. Enter Private Key
CUBE Wallet supports the BSC(BEP20) network. Please enter your private key, consisting of the English alphabet and numerical digits.
4. Enter your password
Apart from the CUBE login password, this password is used to view your assets, as well as for token and NFT transfers. You may think of this as like your password for your bank or passcode to unlock your phone.
5. Set the backup question
The user has full authority of their CUBE Wallet. This is a security measure in case you forget your password, so be sure to register a back-up question and answer.
6. Complete wallet Creation
If you see the below screen, you have successfully created your wallet! You can now enjoy the various services of CUBE.
โ€ป If you have not yet installed or used the CUBE App, you can create your wallet after the following procedure [App Download > CUBE Signup > Login].
โ€‹>CUBE Signup Linkโ€‹

The CUBE wallet supports BSC(BEP20)-based CUBE, BNB, BUSD, and GBC.
You can view your tokens and NFTs on the main page of the wallet, and can check the assetsโ€™ details by selecting them.
Tokens on other networks are not available at this time, but will be available in the near future. Additional announcements will be made once added.

In order to send tokens (ex. CUBE, BNB, etc.) on the CUBE Wallet to another wallet or an exchange, the respective wallet address is needed. When transferring, network fee (BNB) is needed.
Network fees are fees paid for verification on the blockchain network that are required for transactions (transaction execution and contract operation). The fee may vary depending on the network status. Be sure to have BNB in your wallet before making a transaction.
To send tokens, [Send Button > Enter Address > Enter Amount > Wallet Password Confirmation]. Please refer to the images below for further details
1.Send Button
You can send tokens using the Send button at the bottom of the token in the wallet menu
2. Enter Address
Enter the BSC (BEP20) address of the token recipient.
All transfers are recorded on the blockchain network and cannot be changed/cancelled. Therefore, coins/token sent to other networks such as BEP-2, ERC20 or the wrong address cannot be returned, so be sure to double check the address before sending.
3. Enter Token Amount
Enter the token amount you would like to send, or calculate an approximate amount based on the current market price. The market price continuously changes based on CoinMarketCap, and thus, the amount is an approximate.
4. Enter Wallet Password
Enter the wallet password you set. Apart from the CUBE login password, this password is used to view your assets, as well as token and NFT transfers.
5. Check Transfer
To view your deposit/withdrawal history, select the transferred token in your wallet.
โ€ป What is a Network Fee?

In order to receive tokens from a different wallet or exchange onto the CUBE Wallet, press the Receive button at the bottom of token under the wallet menu, and youโ€™ll be able to see the deposit address.
Utilize the QR code feature to conveniently share your address.
The CUBE Wallet supports BSC (BEP20), and thus, if you send coins on other networks, such as BEP-2 or ERC20, you cannot revert the action. Be sure to double check!
Once the deposit is complete, you can see your assets on the CUBE Wallet, and can also view the transaction details as well.
โ€ป If you do not yet have the CUBE Wallet, you can download it on the CUBE App under the wallet menu, and receive tokens after creating the wallet
โ€‹>CUBE Signup linkโ€‹

When sending tokens or NFTs, network fees paid to the blockchain are consumed. CUBE Wallet supports Finance Smart Chain BSC (BEP20), and thus, BNB (BSC) is used for the fee.
Network fees are fees paid for verification on the blockchain network that are required for transactions (transaction execution and contract operation). The fee may vary depending on the network status.
CUBE Wallet automatically calculates and applies the fees optimized for the network environment. If you modify the fee to a higher amount during transaction, the transaction speed will increase.
Be sure to have BNB (BSC) for the fee in your wallet before making a transaction.
โ€ป If you do not have enough for the network fee, please purchase BNB (BSC) and deposit onto your wallet.

The easiest way to buy tokens is through an exchange.
However, not all exchanges support all tokens, and there may be country-specific restrictions, so be sure to check first.
First, letโ€™s take a look at how to buy BNB (BSC), the token supported on the CUBE Wallet and used as network fee on BSC.
1.Buying BNB on Binance You can purchase on the Binance website (https://www.binance.com/en) with a card and/or with other coins you may have.
When transferring onto the CUBE Wallet, you must select BEP20 for BNB.
2. Buying tokens on other exchanges and then buying BNB on Binance
If purchasing directly on Binance is not possible, due to reasons such as country-specific restrictions, please check for exchanges you can transact on in your country (e.g. Coinbase, Upbit, etc.), and then purchase XRP.
Afterwards, send your purchased XRP to your Binance wallet. Once you sell your XRP on the XRP/BNB pair, you now possess BNB.
You do not have to buy XRP and may purchase a different coin to transfer to Binance, but the fees may be very high, and so is not recommended.
Please note that the BNB being transacted on Bithumb uses a network that cannot be transferred to CUBE Wallet (BEP-2), and thus, cannot be deposited. Please be sure to double check that the network is BSC (BEP20) when transferring.
Each exchange supports different trading methods and the supported countries may vary. Please contact the respective exchange for further details.

The wallet password is the password set by the user when first creating the wallet. It is different from the CUBE login password and is used to view assets, as well as to transfer tokens and NFTs. You may think of this as like your password for your bank or passcode to unlock your phone.
The user has full authority over their CUBE Wallet, and thus, assets cannot be retrieved if the password is lost. Therefore, CUBE has added a Question/Answer feature as a security measure in the case the user forgets their password.
The user can change their password with the password they first set or with the Question/Answer [View More at the bottom of the walletโ€™s main page > Security Menu > Reset Wallet Password]. Please refer to the below images for further details.
1.Click More on the CUBE APP
2. Security Menu
3. Reset Wallet Password
4. Enter Current Password or Enter Question/Answer
A. You may enter your current password to change the password, but if you have forgotten your current password, click the B. Forgot Your Password? You can change your password with the backup Question/Answer you set when creating the wallet.
5. Enter new password
Please be aware that if you lose the password you set and/or the backup Question/Answer, you cannot retrieve your assets.
Also, the wallet password is used when transferring assets, so please be sure it is not exposed to others.

Apart from the CUBE login password, the wallet password is the password set when first creating the wallet. It is used to view your assets, as well as for token and NFT transfers. You may think of this as like your password for your bank or passcode to unlock your phone.
The user has full authority over their CUBE Wallet, and thus, assets cannot be retrieved if the password is lost. Therefore, CUBE has added a Question/Answer feature as a security measure in the case the user forgets their password.
Please be aware that if you lose the password you set and/or the backup Question/Answer, you cannot retrieve your assets. Also, the wallet password is used when transferring assets, so please be sure it is not exposed to others.

The user has full authority over their CUBE Wallet, and thus, assets cannot be retrieved if the password is lost. Therefore, CUBE has added a Question/Answer feature as a security measure in the case the user forgets their password.
You can think of this as a secondary authentication in place of the password.
Please be aware that if you lose the password you set and/or the backup Question/Answer, you cannot retrieve your assets. Also, the wallet password is used when transferring assets, so please be sure it is not exposed to others.
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Table of Content
1.Creating a Wallet
2. Wallet Features
3. Wallet Management
4. Security
Creating a Wallet
Creating your first wallet
Adding external wallets
Wallet Features
View assets
Send tokens
Receive tokens
What is a network fee?
How to buy tokens (BNB)
Wallet Management
Change your wallet password
Security
What is a wallet password?
What is a back-up password?