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How to restore Sollet wallets on Coin98 Super App
Sollet wallet is a non-custodial, web-based Extension wallet used to store, send & receive SOL and all SPL tokens, such as SRM, USDC, RAY, etc. Coin98 Super App now enables all users to restore Sollet wallets on both the Mobile App and the Extension version, with an advanced and unique option that prevents any unwanted change in the wallet address.
To restore Sollet wallets to Coin98 Super App, you first need your Sollet wallet’s Mnemonic (the recovery phrase).

How to get Mnemonic phrase on Sollet

If you’ve already backed up your Mnemonic phrase from Sollet, you can skip this step. Otherwise, follow the steps below:
Step 1: Open Sollet & click Account from the home screen;
Step 2: Select Export Mnemonic;
Step 3: Click Reveal, then back up the mnemonic phrase in a safe place.
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Mnemonic revealed

How to restore Sollet wallets to Coin98 Super App

Step 1: Open Coin98 Super App & select All Wallets;
Step 2: Click the add wallet icon at the top right corner;
Step 3: Select Multi-Chain or Solana (SOL) icon, then click Restore;
Step 4: Name the wallet and paste the mnemonic phrase copied from Sollet into the Passphrase/Private Key box;
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Step 5: Select the wallet standard if needed → Click Restore to complete.
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How to restore Sollet wallets to Coin98 Extension

Step 1: Click the Manage Wallet icon at the top left corner of the home screen → Click the add wallet icon at the top right corner;
Step 2: Select Multi-Chain or Solana (SOL) icon, then click Restore;
Step 3: Name the wallet and paste the mnemonic phrase copied from Sollet into the Passphrase/Private Key box;
Step 4: Select the wallet standard if needed → Click Restore to complete.

Notes

1) Coin98 supports 2 import options (New Standard or Old Standard) for each wallet on some blockchains as follows.
Bitcoin Wallet:
  • Legacy Address: Start the address range with the number “1”, eg 1A1Zc0dA…, commonly supported by exchanges.
  • Bech32 Address: Start the address range with “bc1”, for example, bc1zahd…, usually supported by non-custodial crypto wallets like Trust Wallet,... From Coin98 Super App version 10.2, the address Bech32 wallet has been improved by Coin98 Super App, unchanged after each transaction.
Coin98 Super App encourages users to use Bech32 wallet addresses to enjoy cheaper transaction costs and faster transaction speeds than the Legacy wallet address.
Solana Wallet:
  • New Standard is an import option if you have created a new standard wallet on Coin98 before. It's also an innovative option of Coin98 that allows users to restore Phantom/Sollet wallets while keeping the old wallet address format.
  • Old Standard is an import option for wallets created on Coin98's old versions. If you have used the New Standard, you can ignore this standard.
Given that information, when importing Sollet wallets to Coin98, kindly select New Standard if you want the Solana wallet addresses to remain the same.
Celo, Avalanche C-Chain, Tomo Chain Wallet (EVM blockchain):
  • New Standard is the import option if you have created a new standard wallet on Coin98 Super App before. In this standard, EVM's addresses will have the same wallet address as the Ethereum wallet.
  • Old Standard is an import option for old standard wallets created on Coin98 Super App. If you have used the new standard, you can ignore this standard.
New Standard wallet addresses are highly recommended if you import Sollet's mnemonic phrase to the Multi-chain wallet on Coin98.
2) After having been successfully restored, your wallet will immediately appear on the main screen. You can also access the Manage Wallet section to view and manage all of your created/restored wallets on Coin98 Super App/ Coin98 Extension.