How to login/ register for an account (optional)

Since Coin98 Wallet version 10.0.7, users only need to restore and use their wallets immediately without providing any personal information.

However, to improve the experience on the application as well as provide users with membership programs, Coin98 Wallet still has the option to register/ log in to the application by email in the Account tab. The use of email is optional and independent of users assets.

Some benefits users can get when registering/login by email in the Account tab of Coin98 Wallet:

  • Saving transaction history and user's favorite settings, do not waste time re-setting after each login.

  • Participating in member incentive programs such as the X-point reward system with many benefits which will be updated in the near future.

How to register for an account:

After successfully installing Coin98, you can register an account by following these steps:

Step 1: In the main interface of Coin98 Wallet, click on the Account icon in the upper left corner of the screen.

Step 2: Insert your email address, then read our Terms of Services. If you agree to the Terms of Services, click Continue.

Step 3: Insert the Verification Code that is sent to this email address as well as the Referral Code (if applicable). Click Verify.

Step 4: Set your profile picture (if any), a Username, a Display Name and a Password. Click Enjoy and you’re all set.

Note: Each username is unique in our system. Two different accounts can never have the same exact username.

How to login Coin98 Wallet

Step 1: In the main interface of Coin98 Wallet, click on the Account icon in the upper left corner of the screen.

Step 2: Insert your email address, then read our Terms of Services. If you agree to the Terms of Services, click Continue. (Registration by phone number only applies for previous versions.)

Step 3: Enter password -> Select Enjoy.

After successfully logging into your account on Coin98 Mobile Wallet, the transaction history, user's favorite settings as well as user's X-point (if any) will be automatically updated.