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July 28, 2019, 07:33:21 PM
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Tell me, but rather share a link to the guide how to get a coin Tether(USDT) in your wallet. Also interested in the question about the coins in different blockchains, if I send from the throne to Ethereum or Bitcoin coins come? Wallet address in all networks one?

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July 28, 2019, 07:37:43 PM
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Tell me, but rather share a link to the guide how to get a coin Tether(USDT) in your wallet.

According to this page, you can access your Tether account through Trezor Beta Wallet. It is listed as an ERC20 token so you will have to switch to Ethereum wallet. You can also use MyEtherWallet.

Also interested in the question about the coins in different blockchains, if I send from the throne to Ethereum or Bitcoin coins come? Wallet address in all networks one?

Most blockchains have different addresses. They are not cross-compatible. Your Ethereum address will be significantly different than your Bitcoin one. Some Bitcoin forks introduced their own address formats but they still support Bitcoin ones (e.g. Bitcoin Cash). Coins sent on Ethereum network to a Bitcoin address will be lost (burned).

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August 06, 2019, 04:36:01 PM
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Tell me, but rather share a link to the guide how to get a coin Tether(USDT) in your wallet. Also interested in the question about the coins in different blockchains, if I send from the throne to Ethereum or Bitcoin coins come? Wallet address in all networks one?
Although I do not like using closed-source wallets, coinomi provides a solution to deal with USDT on both platforms (Omni Layer or erc20.)
You can send and receive from Binaance (Omni Layer,) and convert BTC  to USDT (OmniLayer address.)
This is a detailed explanation link ---> https://coinomi.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/29000020077-all-about-omnilayer-and-tether-usdt-

you can export ERC20 token private key  Token Contract Address (thanks bitmover) and add it into MetaMask or MyEtherWallet

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August 06, 2019, 07:05:38 PM
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you can export ERC20 token private key and add it into MetaMask or MyEtherWallet

The correct terminology would be Token Contract Address, not private key.

This may lead people to paste their private keys by mistake

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What is a Token Contract Address?

If you've tried adding a new token to track for a wallet, one of the form fields asks you for a 'Token Contract Address'. This refers to the address location of the actual token contract that manages the logic for the tokens. This does not refer to the address that holds your own personal tokens!

To find out what this address is, we recommend looking at the token's website for more information or going on https://etherscan.io/tokens and searching directly for the name of your token!
https://metamask.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360015488811-What-is-a-Token-Contract-Address-

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