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Litemint is built upon the fundamental crypto values of open standards, open security and open-source. When using Litemint, your account keys always stay with you, transactions are always signed on your end.

For transparency, Litemint source code is freely available under the community-friendly and open-source MIT license.

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Security Q&A

Do I have exclusive control over my keys?

Yes. Your keys are never sent to our servers. Your transactions are always signed on your side. Litemint is a non-custodial wallet. You own your keys. We also fully support the #ProofOfKeys movement.

"Not your keys; Not your crypto."

What if I lose my PIN?

Each time you create an account, you should immediately save its 24-word mnemonic backup phrase on a piece of paper and keep it somewhere safe. Never reveal it to anyone. If you lose your PIN, you can then use the 24-word mnemonic phrase to recover all your balances and transaction history. Anywhere (e.g. Ledger)! Not just in Litemint.
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Can I run Litemint on my own private network?

Sure, you can, and we even encourage it. Litemint can run independently as self-hosted solution on your private infrastructure. Litemint source code is available and released under the developer, business and community-friendly open-source MIT license. Check out our GitHub pages for technical instructions.

How do I display my private key?

For security reason, the Litemint wallet does not display your private key. For the tech-savvy, your private key is derived from your mnemonic 24-word backup phrase (BIP-0039) using the SLIP-0010 standard and SEP-005 Stellar Development Foundation proposal for Key derivations. The derivation path is the primary account m/44'/148'/0'.

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