Klever Wallet is a non-custodial wallet. So, every Account inside Klever Wallet is a public address on the blockchain and has a unique private key. The private key is what grants the ownership of the funds on a given address. Klever Wallet automatically generates and stores private keys encrypted on your device. When you send tokens, Klever Wallet signs the transaction with your private key (without disclosing it), which indicates to the entire blockchain network that you have the authority to transfer the funds from the address you are sending from.
Warning: Never share your private key with anyone even with a Klever Support agent.
Klever Wallet allows you to import Accounts that are created using different softwares using their 64-hexadecimal characters private keys. To import an Account using a Private Key:
- Click on the (+) sign from the top-right corner of the Portfolio screen.
- Click on IMPORT WITH PRIVATE KEY.
- Select the blockchain of the Account you want to import.
- Type an Account Name and enter the Private Key. Note, you can click on the pasting icon to paste the private key from the Clipboard. Once you enter a valid Private Key the address will automatically appear. After, click on Import button and the Account will be added.
The pictures below show an example about how to import an Account on the Tron blockchain.