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Here you can find answers to the most common questions about Cake Wallet. If you don’t find an answer to your question, contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org, using Telegram, or using Twitter.
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Cake Wallet is a non-custodial wallet for mobile and desktop devices. This means that all information about your wallet stores on your device, and you, the user, are 100% in control of your wallet and your funds.
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Installing Cake Wallet
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Linux installation guide
Cake Wallet runs on most linux devices. We make a compressed folder (tar.gz) and Flatpak available for download. You can also build the wallet using our instructions.
Example operating systems that are known to be working: Tails, Whonix, Ubuntu.
Specifying a custom Linux file save location
The default location for user save data (including wallets) is
~/Documents/cake_wallet. This can be changed by running the following commands:
export CAKE_WALLET_DIR= export XDG_DATA_HOME=$CAKE_WALLET_DIR/preferences
 with your preferred file location. Run Cake Wallet from the same command line.
MacOS installation notes
Cake Wallet is available on both Apple Silicon (eg: M1/M2) and Intel Macs.