Set Up Your ECO Register 1.2 Multi-Currency Wallet

The multi-currency wallet or wealth architect ECO register 1.2 is a crypto wallet that contains bitcoin, Ethereum, and various other ERC 20 tokens. Using the exchange and online peers, you can trade effortlessly with other users. The Wallet is non-custodial, so the user stores their private keys in their browser’s local storage. 

  • To set up your multi-currency register or wealth architect ECO register 1.2, using your cursor at the top of the page, highlight the menu item labeled account and subsequently highlight the sub menu item marked WHOA, then wealth architect ECO register 1.2. To get redirected to the wealth architect ECO register 1.2 area, use your cursor and click the selection or use this link (
  • Once redirected to the page, by scrolling down, you can see the Ether wallet address associated with your account, and below that, a splash page above two buttons that direct you to either Wallet. One is loading cash to make purchases on the E-commerce platform or sending it to other users, and the other for cryptocurrencies.
  • The only one that needs a setup is the Cryptocurrency side, so scrolling down the page, you’ll see the crypto wallet’s button labeled Crypto. Using your cursor click on this to be redirected to our multi-currency crypto wallet or use this link (
  • Once you get redirected to the multi-currency crypto wallet upon your first visit to the page, you will get prompted to create a wallet. At the top of the page, you will see two links with (?’s) next to them by highlighting the (?) With your cursor, you will see a description of what the link does; the “recover with 12-word passphrase” link will redirect you to a page where you can input your 12-word passphrase to restore a wallet.
  • The CONNECT wallet link will redirect you to the main wallet tab and expose the button used to display the QR code you can scan to connect your Wallet. Using the Wallet CONNECT button, you can connect external wallets that are compatible with this feature.
  • Below are buttons with labels representing the different crypto assets. All ERC 20 tokens need an Ethereum wallet, so that’s the first one you should open. To open the Wallet, select the Ethereum option by clicking on the box, then clicking the button beneath the boxes labeled ” continue, ” and Your Ethereum wallet gets created. At the same time, you get redirected to the main wallet tab.
  • You’ll see the Exist Design logo; on the right, a button to exit the Wallet at the top of the page. 
  • In the main body of the page to the left, you’ll see your balance with the selector above, allowing you to change its representation from the currency default to the selected fiat value; just beneath this the FAQ for the Wallet. 
  • You will see the banners bordering the top of the widget with “For you” as their heading on the right to start. Each of these banners will redirect you to valuable information relevant to the Wallet and its use, excluding the Connect wallet banner, which opens a pop up you can use in the Wallet to display a Wallet Connect QR code. Scroll horizontally through the banners for more information.
  • Beneath that, you will see your assets listed with icons, labels, wallet addresses, balances, and three dots you can click for functions regarding each asset. Ordering the bottom of the widget is a button to add other currencies and create new wallets.
  • At the bottom of the page, there are three tabs named wallets, transactions, and exchange. By clicking on any of these options, you can navigate between different Wallet sections; currently, we are in the wallet tab.
  • To the right of your wallet address, balances are three dots that you can click to open a list of functions you can use to interact with those wallets. The procedures are the same for all of your wallets except for the Wallet representing your connected Web3 provider; This Wallet shows one option called CONNECT, which you can use to connect with your current browser’s Web3 provider. Once connected, the Web3 provider wallet offers the same functions the other wallets do. These functions include deposit, send, exchange, history, copy Wallet private key, copy wallet address, and hide.
  • Deposit displays current instructions for depositing value into that specific Wallet using our platform.
  • Send calls the function that allows you to choose an address and the value to send using that specific Wallet.
  • Exchange will take you to the exchange tab to exchange assets with active peers on the platform.
  • History will redirect you to a page showing you all prior transactions for a specific wallet.
  • Copy address will copy that Wallet’s address to your clipboard for easy pasting.
  • Copy private key will copy that Wallet’s private key to your clipboard for easy pasting.
  • Hide will hide that Wallet from view in the list. If you’d like to re-add it, use the add currency button and select the currency you deleted.
  • Do use the banners on this page; simply click them. To scroll through the banners, use your mouse wheel if using a desktop, two fingers swiping to either on the Touchpad for laptops or swiping side to side on the screen for mobile devices.
  • The transactions tab displays your transactions for the different wallets associated with your account; if you have no transactions, it won’t show a record. Using this tab, you can keep track of the moves you make on the platform.
  • The exchange tab connects you to other peers on the network. You can make an exchange with these peers while online and using the Lib2p network library by protocol labs directly embedded on this page. 
  • In this page’s main body, the wallet options available for you to send from can be selected and are visible on the left towards the top; these options are directly adjacent to the similar options for the Wallet you’d like to receive with when your offer gets fulfilled. Options include amount and Wallet.
  • Beneath the options are the best price, mining fees, and the buttons to exchange now if your request can get fulfilled immediately or to create an offer for fulfillment.
  • At the bottom of the page are boxes displaying current offers available for fulfillment that you can fulfill.
  • That covered the Wallet overview and how to use it to discover further and extended functionality; refer to the banners in the main Wallet tab for recommended information regarding extending the Wallet functionality and integrating with compatible platforms.
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