In theory, everyone can use the EOS main network, but the operation of the command line requires the user to have a programming foundation. In order to facilitate the use of ordinary users, a number of wallet service providers have appeared on the market.
In fact, the wallet is just a private key management tool. After the user imports the EOS account through the private key, the user can use the wallet to help us with all operations such as signature transfer and management of account resources.
The wallet is responsible for managing the paired private and public keys. It also supports multiple pairs of key management, that is, multiple EOS accounts can be imported at the same time.
When using the wallet for the first time, you will be prompted to create a wallet password and backup private key. Wallet passwords are used each time you start the wallet app and make a transaction. For your digital asset security, be sure to keep your wallet password and private key. The loss of assets caused by improper storage by the user is the responsibility of the user!