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next-generation wallet that
meets all needs of WEB3
Access crypto assets, DApps, NFTs and various WEB3 ecosystems from multiple chains in one wallet.

Safe, secure, simple

Easy operation with one click

Pursuing fast and intuitive UI/UX. Cryptocurrencies and NFTs can be sent and received with just a few taps.
240,000 TPS A high-speed, scalable network
Seamless transaction experience worldwide with transaction speed 10 times faster than VISA
World-class security
your privacy is respected
Personally Identifiable Information, Accounts. We do not track addresses or asset balances. Strong wallet encryption ensures that your private keys remain secure and under your complete control as the sole owner.
No transaction fees
Permanently 0 fees for sending and receiving transactions
Cross platform
Available as a software mobile wallet for iOS and Android. Furthermore, it is available as an extension for Chrome and Firefox.
Manage your software and hardware wallets in one app.
The only official
DIVER wallet
Supports the DIVER Time Network and handles DIV, the cryptocurrency of the DIVER Time Network.
Centralized NFT
management with
multimedia support
Supports not only image data, but also music, video, 3D, and other multimedia. All NFTs can be checked in one place.
Let's dive into WEB3 now
●Download DIVER WALLET on your mobile
●Install the wallet browser extension
Q.1 What is a blockchain wallet?
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Q.2 What is the difference between a hardware wallet and a software wallet?
Hardware wallets are wallets that store private keys on a physical device (e.g. USB) and are used to store and transact cryptocurrency.Software wallets are wallets provided in the form of a mobile application, desktop application, or web-based application.
Q.3 What is a non-custodial wallet?
A non-custodial wallet is a wallet that allows users to have complete control over their own assets in the custody of cryptocurrency. This means that users must own and keep their own private keys.
The user retains complete control over the wallet's assets because he or she manages the key himself or herself.
Q.4 What are public and private keys?
A public key is a unique address that serves as an identifier on the blockchain. It is used to identify a particular wallet on the blockchain.
The private key is the important and confidential information that controls a wallet on the blockchain and is used by the owner to manipulate the funds in that wallet.
The private key is represented by a long string of randomly generated numbers or characters and is used to identify the owner of a blockchain wallet and to prove ownership of the funds in that wallet.
Q.5 What is a recovery phrase?
The Recovery Phrase consists of a series of words (usually 12 or 24 words) generated when the wallet is created. It is used in place of the private key. The Recovery Phrase is used when a user restores a wallet or transfers a wallet to a new device.
Q.6 What are network fees?
Usually, a network transaction fee, also known as a network fee, is charged each time you send cryptocurrency from your address to another address. If you trade on an exchange, you will also be charged a fee for each buy or sell transaction. The actual fee you pay depends on the network you use.
Q.7 What is a wallet address?
A wallet address is an address for storing, sending, and receiving cryptocurrency, usually consisting of a long string of characters represented by a combination of letters and numbers. The wallet address is a unique identifier and is used for transactions and transfers on cryptocurrency networks.
Q.8 What is the DIVER Wallet?
DIVER Wallet is a mobile wallet supporting DIVER (DIV) and DRC-20 tokens.DIVER Wallet is available for smartphones (iOS and Android) and browser extensions. It can be used to store, send/receive cryptocurrency, manage tokens, etc. In addition, DIVER Wallet is a decentralized (unmanaged) wallet, which means that the user has full control.
Q.9 Which tokens does DIVER Wallet support?
It supports DIVER's native token, DIV, and DIVER's standard tokens, DRC20 tokens and BTC. It also supports DIVER's NFT tokens, DRC721 and DRC1155 standard tokens.
Q.10 What types of NFTs are supported?
Supports a range of NFT media types including images, audio files, video files 3D models, and document(pdf).
Q.11 Are hardware wallets supported?
Currently not supported.
Q.12 What is DIVER's network fees?
There are no network charges for sending and receiving DIVER tokens within the DIVER Wallet.
Q.13 What is slippage?
Slippage is the difference between the expected price of a trade and the price at which the trade is executed. Slippage occurs most often when orders are large or during periods of high volatility.
Q.14 I forgot my password. How do I restore my wallet?
You can reset it by re-importing your Recovery Phrase and starting over. Once the Recovery Phrase is successfully imported, your wallet will be restored to its normal state.
Q.15 If I lose my DIVER Wallet, what happens to the crypto assets stored in the wallet?
Crypto assets stored in a lost wallet cannot be accessed without the private key. Therefore, when creating a wallet, it is important to create a backup of your private key and store it in a secure location. If a backup is created, the private key can be restored if the wallet is lost or damaged.
Q.16 I sent tokens to the wrong wallet address
Unless you know the owner of the wallet, tokens sent to the wrong wallet address are most likely lost forever. The DIVER team has no way to access the funds in anyone's wallet and therefore has no way to reverse a transaction.
Please be careful and always double check that you are sending the correct token to the correct address.
Q.17 I found a bug, what do I do?
Please report bugs via Telegram.