What is a Paper Wallet?
A paper wallet is an offline mechanism for storing UltraNote coins. The process involves printing the private keys and UltraNote addresses onto paper. Physical wallets, also known as "physical UltraNotes," are considered one of the safest ways to store UltraNote; if properly constructed, and provided that certain precautions are taken, it will be nearly impossible for a hostile user to access your UltraNote holdings. Images of physical UltraNote coins are commonly seen in media coverage in innovative styles, mostly with a ‘new look’ of the coin and the private key printed either on paper, plastic, or metal.
A paper wallet is considered an extremely secure way to keep UltraNote safe from cyber-attacks, malware, etc. A paper wallet involves "printing" and storing UltraNote coins in an offline mode. But it's important to remember that it’s not the UltraNote coins that are being printed out like regular currency. It's the information stored in a UltraNote wallet or digital wallet that gets printed out. The data appearing on the wallet includes the public key (wallet address), which allows people to transfer money into that wallet, and the private key, which gives access to fund spending. Thus, UltraNote coins themselves are not stored offline, but the important keys are stored offline.
For extra security, type a few random letters, words, numbers, or symbols below. Press "Generate Wallet" when you are done.
Write down your public address, or copy paste it somewhere. Anyone with this address can send you money
Copy your seed phrase and keys. If you lose your wallet, these can be used to restore your money. That also means you need to keep them safe and private. This is your seed phrase. You can use it to regenerate your wallet if you lose it.