Import your crypto wallets From Jaxx Liberty

The official retirement date for Jaxx Liberty is set for March 27, 2023, at 8:00 am ET. Following this transition, users will retain access to their 12-word backup phrase for a limited duration; however, transactions will be disabled, and balances may become outdated. To seamlessly migrate your Jaxx Liberty wallet, refer to the guidelines provided in this post to transfer your assets to a compatible wallet like Edge Wallet or Exodus Wallet.

As Jaxx Liberty operates as a non-custodial wallet, users have always maintained control over their assets, with neither Jaxx Liberty nor Decentral possessing the capability to control, access, or transfer cryptocurrency.

The migration process to a compatible wallet is straightforward – there’s no need to initiate asset transfers. Simply input your Jaxx Liberty 12-word backup phrase into a trusted platform like Edge Wallet or Exodus Wallet to manage your cryptocurrency going forward. Following the shutdown of Jaxx Liberty servers, utilizing your backup phrase with an alternative wallet will be the sole method for asset migration.

Export Wallets from Jaxx Liberty

Once you have created your Jaxxify account, you need to export your wallets from Jaxx Liberty. Open the Jaxx Liberty application on your device and navigate to the wallet you want to export. Look for the “Export Wallet” option, which is usually located in the settings or manage wallet section.

Click on the “Export Wallet” option and choose the file format for the export. Jaxx Liberty usually offers options like CSV or JSON. Select the format that is compatible with Jaxxify.

Import Wallets to Jaxxify

Now that you have exported your wallets from Jaxx Liberty, it’s time to import them into Jaxxify. Press Jaxxify restore wallet button. Look for the “Import Wallet” option.

Click on the “Import Wallet” option and choose the seed phrase you exported from Jaxx Liberty. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the import process. Jaxxify will analyze the file and import your wallets into your account.

After importing your wallets, it is essential to verify that the process was successful. Check your Jaxxify account to ensure that all your wallets are present and that the balances match what you had in Jaxx Liberty.

Double-checking the imported wallets will give you peace of mind and ensure that you have successfully transferred your cryptocurrencies to Jaxxify.

Import your crypto wallets From Jaxx Liberty to Exodus

Also, We recommend Edge Wallet or Exodus Wallet for their adherence to Jaxx Liberty’s interoperability standards and commitment to providing support for transitioning users and addressing any future wallet concerns.

Retrieve your 12-word backup phrase from Jaxx Liberty as instructed during the wallet setup process. Alternatively, within the app, follow these steps to reveal and record your 12-word backup phrase securely:

  1. Click the menu button (located in the upper-right-hand corner).
  2. Select “Security.”
  3. Click “View Backup Phrase.”
  4. Choose “It’s safe – – no one else is looking” (if applicable).
  5. Record your 12-word backup phrase in a secure location.

Please safeguard your 12-word backup phrase diligently, as we cannot assist in its recovery if lost. Additionally, exercise caution and conduct thorough research when migrating to a new trusted wallet. Below, you’ll find instructions provided by Edge and Exodus for migrating your Jaxx Liberty wallet to their platforms.

Import your crypto wallets From Jaxx Liberty to Edge

To ensure the secure transfer of your wallets from Jaxx to Edge Wallet and to enhance the security of your assets, we’ve outlined a detailed guide below. Please take note of the warnings and follow the steps diligently:

How to Import the Jaxx 12 words into Edge:


  1. Locate Your Jaxx Backup: Retrieve your 12-word phrase from a secure note or written on paper.
  2. Download Edge Wallet: Visit your App Store or Play Store to download Edge Wallet. If you already have Edge Wallet and an account, proceed to step 5.
  3. Create a New Account: Follow the prompts to create a new Edge Wallet account by selecting a username and password. Remember, Edge Wallet utilizes client-side encryption, ensuring non-custodial control similar to Jaxx Liberty. Safeguard your login credentials as Edge cannot assist in recovering lost information.
  4. Add at least One New Wallet: As part of the account creation process, you’ll need to add at least one new wallet before your Edge account is finalized.
  5. Log into Your Edge Account: Once your Edge account is set up, log in and navigate to “Assets” in the bottom navigation bar.
  6. Import Wallets from Jaxx:
  • Tap the “+” below “Total Balance.”
  • Select the wallets you wish to import from Jaxx.
  • Note: Ensure to select wallets without Segwit for BTC, DGB, and LTC.
  • For ZEC, transfer your funds from Jaxx Liberty to ZEC Wallet as they won’t properly appear in Edge.
  • Tap “Import Wallets.”
  1. Enter Your 12-word Mnemonic Phrase: Carefully input your 12-word mnemonic phrase with 100% accuracy. Ensure all words are lowercase, separated by one space, and without additional spaces at the beginning or end.
  2. Review and Confirm: Double-check your input for accuracy. Tap “Next” after reviewing.
  3. Completion: Tap “Done” to complete the process. Congratulations, you’ve successfully accessed your Jaxx Liberty wallets in Edge. Your imported wallets are essentially clones, maintaining the same addresses and balances as in Jaxx Liberty.

Importing ERC20 Tokens (USDT, USDC, LINK…):

  • Follow these steps after importing your Ethereum wallet into Edge to activate specific token wallets.
  1. Open your imported Ethereum wallet in Edge.
  2. Tap the gear icon, then “Add / Edit token.”
  3. Search and activate your desired token.
  4. If the token isn’t listed, tap “Add Custom” and enter the required information found on

Maximize Security with Migrate Wallets:

  • To enhance security, consider migrating your wallets to new private keys within Edge. This process ensures your assets are moved to fresh, never-exposed private keys.
  1. Tap Menu (upper right) > Settings > Migrate Wallets.
  2. Select any imported wallets you wish to secure.
  3. Upon confirmation, your funds will be sent to newly created wallets within Edge.
  4. The wallets imported from Jaxx will be labeled “old” for easy identification.
  5. Note: This action incurs blockchain fees, which are paid to miners and stakers.


  • Q: I don’t have my backup stored securely offline, is there anything I can do?
  • A: Locate an install of Jaxx on your device, access “Security,” and “View Backup Phrase.” Write down the phrase offline or enter it directly into Edge.
  • Q: My phrase is failing for one wallet but the others work. Can I fix this?
  • A: Yes, import individual keys by accessing “Tools” and “Display Private Keys” in Jaxx. Copy the key and enter it into Edge or utilize your XPUB to locate funds.

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