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What is Blockchain Address?
A blockchain address is a type of identifier that typically consists of a series of alphanumeric characters that are unique to a certain user. It is the primary method for receiving and sending cryptocurrency on a blockchain network.
Understanding Blockchain Address
On a blockchain network, a blockchain address is used to transfer and receive funds in the form of digital assets. It is a text string that indicates the source or destination of a transaction. Every blockchain will include wallet addresses generated by a computer cryptographic procedure.
Some people may mix up a blockchain address and a wallet. On a blockchain network, an address is effectively an invoice for a transaction. A wallet, on the other hand, is where you keep your cash. They can be either hot (online) or chilly (offline) (offline). As a result, a wallet can hold several addresses.
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