A Paper Key consists of 12 randomly generated words. The app creates the paper key for you automatically when you start a new wallet. The paper key is critically important and should be written down and stored in a safe location. In the event you lose your password, the only way to recover your funds and reset you account is by using your paper key. If you lose you paperkey, and forget your PAI Up Web Wallet login password, we will not be able to help you recover you password or your account, and you may lose access to the PAI Coin in your wallet. Therefore it is very important to make sure you have your paper key stored in a safe and accessible location.
Articles in this section
- How do I get started?
- What browsers are supported by the PAI Up Web Wallet
- Can I access my web wallet from different devices or browsers?
- What is my wallet ID?
- Where can I find my wallet ID?
- What if I forgot my Wallet ID?
- How do I recover an existing wallet?
- What is a Paper Key?
- Where can I find my Paper Key
- How do I send PAI Coin?