Contrary to popular belief, cryptocurrency wallets are not designed to actually store crypto, instead they provide the tools needed to interact with the blockchain network. In other words, these wallets can generate the necessary data to send and receive cryptocurrencies through transactions. Among other things, this data consists of one or more pairs of public and private keys. The wallet also includes a public address, which is an identifier in the form of a set of letters and numbers that is generated based on the public and private keys. Such an address is a kind of location in the blockchain where you can send coins. This means that you can share your public address with another user to receive funds, but you must never show your private key or passphrase (Seed phrase) to anyone.