This is CoinUs Team
Regarding the termination of CoinUs service, which we announced on December 27, 2022, this guide is to help users to backup and transfer their wallet.
Please make sure to backup the wallets or transfer assets before the service termination on February 20, 2023.
* Service Termination Announcement <Detail>
[Transfer Guide Important Notice]
- CoinUs is not responsible for any loss of assets caused by the failure to import, migrate, or back up after the termination of the service.
- Please make sure to back up or transfer your wallet before the service terminates.
- Since each user's purpose and method of use are different, if you have a wallet service that can be transferred other than the recommended wallet service from this guide, you are free to use that wallet.
- We inform you in advance that the wallet service provided in the guide has nothing to do with CoinUs, and you should contact the wallet service provider for any question/issue related to the transfer.
- Depending on the 3rd party wallet import feature, each wallet (e.g., multiple wallets/cards in Ethereum) of the virtual assets supported by CoinUs must be individually restored.
[CoinUs Wallet Backup Guide]
Mnemonic Wallet Backup
- Click the My Page button in the upper left corner of the home screen
- Select the Manage Wallet menu in the Security tab
- Select Mnemonic Backup button
- Enter Password
(Email authentication is required for email registered users after entering password)
- Store Mnemonic at a secured place
* If Mnmonic phrases are exposed, others can restore their wallets and transfer assets. Please be careful not to be shared online or disclosed to others.
* Coinus Wallet is a decentralized wallet that does not store customers' Mnemonic, QR Code, or Private Key. CoinUs is not responsible for loss or leakage of Mnemonic, QR Code, and Private Key
Private Key Wallet Backup
- Select Wallet from the bottom tab
- Select Chain then click View Private Key
- Select [•••] in the upper right corner of the selected card (wallet)
- Select View Private Key
- Enter Password
- Verify and save the private key
* Users can check the private key in the same way on Ethereum, Bitcoin, Raven, and Filecoin cards (wallets)* Private key is an important key that is used when integrating with other wallet services.
* If your private key is leaked to others, your assets may be at risk.
* CoinUs does not store private keys, so we are not responsible for any damages caused by loss or leakage.
[3rd party wallet service example]
imToken Wallet - BTC, ETH, FIL
- Install Wallet
- Register (create ID)
- Add Coin (BTC/ETH/ATOM Default)
- Select Filecoin Wallet Top Left (Menu)
- Select Upper Right (Manage) Menu
- Select Bottom Right (+add wallet)
- Import Wallet > Select Private Key
- Paste the Private key copied from CoinUs Filecoin Wallet/Card (Enter Password then Confirm)
Zelcore Wallet(https://zelcore.io/) - BTC, RVN
- Install Wallet
- Register and Login
- Select Top Left
- Select + Import a Wallet
- Select Asset (Bitcoin or Ravencoin)
- Enter wallet name and paste Private Key copied from CoinUs
* In cases where input Private Key doesn't work, please check again if there is a blank (space) at the end of the private key.
- Click Import Button
Math Wallet(https://mathwallet.org/) - ETH, FIL
- Select Asset to Import (Ethereum or Filecoin)
- Select Wallet Generation Type - Import Wallet
- Select Method - Import by Private Key
- Enter the Private Key from CoinUs then enter Wallet Name and Password, click Import Wallet.
- Import Complete
(If you have same asset more than one card in CoinUs)
Select the upper left 三 button
Select the Add Wallet button
Repeat the above steps to transfer wallets individually
Math Wallet Add Asset
- Select ETH Wallet
- Select the top right [•••] then select Add Assets
- Select Custom Asset
- Enter the contract address of the token you want to add
(Token name, Token symbol, Token precision is automatically entered)
- Select the Add button
* If CoinUs has more than one Ethereum or Filecoin wallet (card), it is necessary to transfer the wallet individually using the import wallet feature