From version 0.71.0 of the Liquality Wallet extension you can use Bitcoin (BTC), Rootstock (RSK), Ethereum (ETH), Avalanche (AVAX), Arbitrum (ARBETH), BNB Smart Chain (BSC), Polygon (MATIC), NEAR, and Solana (SOL) addresses in the same interface.
If you used the 🧪 Experimental multi-account feature on version 0.68.0 or older, and you need to access the addresses of the old paths used by that version and lower, contact the Support team using the live chat bubble at the bottom-right corner of this page or submit a ticket here.
Take into account that the derivation paths used may differ from those used by other wallet softwares. In this article all derivation paths used by Liquality Wallet are listed and explained below in case you need to access your addresses from a different interface.
m / purpose' / coin_type' / account' / change / address_index
To access the "Bitcoin #" addresses derived in your Liquality Wallet you can use a desktop wallet like Electrum (https://electrum.org/). This is the exact derivation path you need to use in the Electrum wallet setup for each account where you increment the last digit shown in bold (account' level) depending on the account you want to access: m/84'/0'/0'
|Account #||Derivation Path||Liquality||Electrum|
Example for a wallet labeled "Bitcoin 60" in your Liquality Wallet:
Install Electrum (https://electrum.org/) > initiate the app > change the file name shown to Liquality_wallet_1 > select Standard wallet > I already have a seed > Enter your Liquality Wallet's 12 words seed phrase in the text box > Click the Option button > BIP39 seed > click OK > Select native segwit (p2wpkh) > enter m/84'/0'/59'
For a more detailed explanation on how to restore your Liquality Wallet on Electrum go here.
Ethereum and other EVM based networks
For Ethereum (Arbitrum, Polygon, Avalanche, BSC...) addresses. You'll see the same EVM addresses in in most interfaces. With the introductions of the multi-account support, all EVM chains will derive accounts at the address_index level, in order to be compatible with other wallets that allow you to create more than one address.
* Take into account that Ledger uses a different approach than the one shown above. Liquality follows Ledger Live's approach when you use your Ledger device connected to your Liquality Wallet extension.
To be compatible with other wallets that support RSK, Liquality loads the Rootstock addresses at the address_index level for multi-account, but also shows one hard coded Legacy Rootstock 1 address.
|*Legacy Rootstock 1||m/44'/137'/0'/0/0||✓||X|
* this address is hard coded
Ledger devices connected to Liquality use Ledger's approach, which loads only Legacy Rootstock addresses (also known as native RSK addresses).
To be compatible with other wallets that allow you to create more than one Solana address the Solana multi-account support in Liquality uses: m/44'/501'/0'/0'
|Account||Derivation Path||Liquality||Phantom||Coinbase Wallet|
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