A crypto address (sometimes called a public key) is a unique identifier, consisting of a string of letters and numbers, that serves as a digital location from which users can send or receive cryptocurrency. Think of it like an email address for your crypto.
Addresses are derived from your private key but are publicly shareable and appear on the blockchain. In order to interact with the funds held at an address, you need the private key.
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