To change Passport's PIN, first enter your old PIN and then confirm the new PIN twice.
Passport will display new security words when entering your new PIN.
For security reasons, you cannot erase the PIN and bring Passport to a factory-fresh state – you can only change the PIN.
In the event of an incorrect PIN attempt, Passport will advise on the number of remaining attempts left. After the number of PIN attempts reaches zero, the device will be permanently inoperable.
Change the display of transaction details between BTC or sats.
Enable or disable BIP39 Passphrase support.
When enabled, Passport will prompt you to enter a passphrase after PIN entry.
Sign a .txt file on a microSD card.
View the 24 seed words.
Optionally, Passport allows you to take a "quiz" to confirm you properly recorded the seed words by selecting Verify.
Anyone who sees these words can steal your funds. Exercise extreme caution when viewing your seed words.
Passport allows advanced users to upload their own public key and sign your own firmware updates. Learn more at the below link.
Allows the user to switch between Bitcoin Mainnet and Bitcoin Testnet. Useful for those wanting to practice making transactions without fear of loss of any real money.
Erase Passport's seed so that you can create or restore a new seed.
For security reasons, this does not reset Passport to a factory-fresh state.
Ensure your Passport is backed up to a microSD card and/or record down Passport's seed before proceeding. There is no way to recover funds from an erased Passport.