Cere Wallet FAQ

You can fund your wallet with USDC. Send USDC from an exchange (such as Coinbase or Binance) or another wallet via Polygon network to your Cere wallet address.
Buy USDC on Polygon network directly via an exchange and send the funds to your wallet address. Or buy USDC on the Ethereum network and use the Polygon bridge to bridge the funds from Ethereum network to the Polygon network. After which, you can send the funds to your wallet address on the Polygon network.

In order to purchase an NFT or bid on an auction NFT you must send funds to your wallet address. Fund your wallet with funds on the correct network (example: USDC on Polygon Network) or Top up your wallet with your credit card in the wallet app.

The standalone Cere wallet enables users of any Cere-powered application like DaVinci to buy NFTs from Marketplaces & Experiences as well as bid in auctions with crypto, while keeping track of their activity and assets in their wallet. It provides all the basic functionality compared to other walletson the market but it is easy to use and understand for people who are not familiar with cryptocurrencies. Key functionalities
  • Account overview with an ERC20 address
  • Social sign-in and email authentication
  • Sign any transaction
  • View assets incl. transaction activity
  • View collectibles
  • Stream content
  • Top up wallet funds with crypto or buy with fiat via on-ramp providers
  • Transfer assets 
  • Transfer collectibles
  • In-wallet onboarding
Your wallet is automatically created upon signing up to apps which use the wallet like DaVinci and is ready to be used! You can find your wallet in your profile. Access your wallet by clicking on the Cere wallet widget.
The wallet is in your full ownership and can only be accessed with your account and device. You can always enable more security measures (link to FAQ below) and go to ‘Settings’ inside the wallet app to manage this.
Your wallet is automatically secured by Web3Auth with your account and device pairing. Every time you sign in to the application in which the wallet is used, you will see a loading page of the wallet. This checks if the device on which the application is used is paired to the wallet.  Every third sign in, you will be asked by Web3Auth to add further security measures to your wallet. This can be any of the following:
  • Social login (google, Facebook, Cere verifier, etc…) which can have own 2FAs, like email confirmation or SMS confirmation
  • User Device – the list of devices user successfully logged in from
  • Recovery phrase – 12 word backup phrase
  • Account password
Your wallet address will always stay the same. You can find your address in the wallet widget (bottom left corner of the app) or in the wallet app itself.
You can view a snapshot of your asset balance in the wallet widget and on the Cere wallet account overview. For more details on all your balance assets, you can navigate to the Cere wallet and find insights on the asset activity.
Go to your Cere wallet account overview, asset section and click on ‘Add asset’. Here you can search for assets across networks, remove assets as well as ‘Add custom assets’. In order to add custom assets, you are required to provide: Network, Token contract address, Token symbol, Token name, and Decimals of precision.
In the Cere wallet, you can view your activity around your assets. You will be able to see if you ‘Send’ or ‘Receive’ assets, the amount of these assets, the sending/receiving address and the date of the activity.
Once your wallet is actively connected to an application, it will be automatically triggered when a transaction should be signed. In case your browser blocks popups you will be asked to authorize the transaction request before you will be able to sign your transaction.

Your wallet will automatically be connected to the right network once you’re asked to sign a transaction. You can always double-check the network inside the transaction and in your wallet.