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Solana is a high-performance blockchain that offers speed, security, and scalability. This means while using Stache transactions are both fast and secure. $SOL is the native cryptocurrency of the Solana blockchain. It is used for various purposes within the Solana ecosystem.

Solana Wallet

A Solana wallet is a digital tool that allows you to store and manage your Solana tokens. It's like a digital wallet where you can keep your Solana coins safe. With a Solana wallet, you can send and receive Solana tokens, check your balance, and view your transaction history. It's an essential tool for interacting with the Solana blockchain network and participating in activities like trading, investing, and using decentralized applications (dApps) built on Solana.

Token Account

A token account on the Solana blockchain is a digital address or container that holds tokens. It is associated with a specific user and allows them to store, send, and receive tokens on the Solana network. In order to create a new token account, a small fee in $SOL called "rent" needs to be paid. This rent covers the cost of storing the account data on the blockchain.

Smart Account

A smart account is an advanced and programmable type of account. It offers enhanced functionality, control, and flexibility for managing digital assets. With seamless integration with Solana wallets, users can access a wide range of features and perform complex operations securely and efficiently.


Your StacheID is a unique and secure digital identity that is created when you sign up for a Stache account. It acts as a single point of access for all accounts that are associated with your Stache.

Stache Wallet

The main wallet on the Stache app where all of your assets, including tokens and collectibles, can be stored. It's the account that's created for you when you sign up for Stache.

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Connected Wallet

This is typically the wallet that you connect when signing into Stache, but more specifically, it's the active wallet that you can use to buy, sell, or trade assets within Stache

Linked Wallet

A verified wallet that you've added to Stache for storage or other purposes. Linked wallets do not have any transactional power over or within Stache until they are actively connected.

This means that you need to log in or connect the wallet to your Stache account to make it active. It's worth noting that linked wallets are verified on-chain, meaning that their authenticity is confirmed on the Solana blockchain.


Digital items that you can store in a wallet, like Stache, and there are two main types of assets: tokens and collectibles.

  • Tokens - are the most common type of asset and can be used to represent all sorts of things, like currency, loyalty points, or even virtual real estate.

  • Collectibles - they are Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), they are unique and non-interchangeable tokens. They're often used to represent collectibles, artwork, or other unique items.

An asset can be in one or more of these categories:

  • Controllable - assets you have direct control over, which means you can transfer them to other wallets. These assets are either in your connected wallet or your Stache wallet.

  • Owned - assets that you own, but are stored in a linked wallet or your Stache wallet. If they're in your connected or Stache wallet, they're also controllable.

  • Stache - assets which are stored exclusively in your Stache wallet.

Stache Deposit

An asset that has been deposited into a lending protocol or other similar platforms. This type of asset is not located in the Stache wallet and cannot be directly accessed or controlled by the user.


Our flagship feature, Bazaar, enables you to sell items directly to buyers. As soon as you create your Stache, you gain access to your personal shop, allowing you to sell digital assets on your own terms.

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