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Thanks for using Cake Wallet! Cake Wallet is open source with a permissive MIT license. Thanks for supporting open source software ❤️

The Cake Wallet support staff want to make sure that you have an excellent user experience. We have staff working around the clock to respond to questions.

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 clicking the support icon in the lower right of this page, or contacting us directly in the app under Support. Alternatively, you can contact us using email, Telegram, or Twitter.

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General info

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 XDG_DATA_HOME=$CAKE_WALLET_DIR/preferences

Replace [] 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.

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