Using the Wallet Explorer

Using multiple addresses is safer than only using one, and using multiple wallets with different seeds is even safer. When using many addresses and wallets, it can be tough to keep track of which address is which - and the Wallet Explorer on the Lattice Manager was designed to help.

To use the Wallet Explorer, you must first connect with the Lattice Manager. Once you're connected, you should see the Explorer tab in the sidebar.


The Wallet Explorer allows you to explore addresses derived from your wallet using both standard and non-standard (even completely custom) derivation paths.

A derivation path is a piece of information you combine with your seed phrase to generate a set of addresses. There's an infinite amount of addresses generated with a single derivation path.

Of course, using different derivation paths will result in different sets of addresses.

If you want to read about this in more depth, check this article out!

In the Wallet Explorer, we've supplied the Ethereum (standard), Bitcoin and Solana derivation paths. More standard paths will be added over time. Most chains use the Ethereum standard path.

The Lattice Manager will only show you 10 addresses total, so if you want to browser addresses number 11+, you will need to adjust the offset from zero value. This is the last bit of the derivation path. So, if you wanted to see and/or tag addresses number 21-30, you'd type in 21 here:

Tagging Addresses

A major security feature of the Lattice1 is using address tags to verify that you're interacting with the addresses that you expect, without needing to remember complex strings of letters and numbers. To make it easy for you to tag your own addresses, you can tag them directly in the Wallet Explorer.

When viewing addresses, you can click on the address tag button next to the address to tag it:

Input your desired address name and click on the Save button:

Once you click Save, you should be prompted to approve the address tag on your Lattice1 screen. Tapping approve on your Lattice1 saves the address for all future requests.

You can also create address tags manually in the Address Tags tab!

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