The Odin Conversion Sheet is used to write down your recovery seed words and add the corresponding SLIP-39 wordlist numbers.
It also offers space to distinguish your wallets and share numbers.
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Yes, instead of using the SLIIP39 words we use the SLIP39 numbers. Why? Numbers are easier to store in titanium than long words. Easy peasy.
NOTE: The SLIP39 works only with the Trezor Shamir Backup.
SLIP39 is the open-source industry-standard created and used by Trezor. It is an alphabetical word list of 1024 words.
The alphabetical list starts with the word 'Academic', this is number '0001' The last word 'Zero' is number '1024'. All the words in between also have a correlating number. Check out the list here.
Put simply: all the words have a correlating number. We use the numbers because it is easier to mark them in the titanium than long words.
Nope. We are good crypto citizens and use the industry-standard SLIP39 as your Trezor wallet does.
You do not depend on us in any way at all. And that is a good thing we are not 'that' smart.
The SLIP39 wordlist can be found on Github and other sources on the internet. Of course, you can also find it on our website and in the included setup guide in your Odin box. Once you have the SLIP39 list, you can look up the words that belong to your numbers. This will take you 5 minutes. Boom! Simple.
No, if we all end up under a bus and close down our business you still can access your funds, because SLIP39 is an industry-standard that can not be changed. This means you can always retrieve your seed phrase, with or without CRYPTOTAG or any other third party needed.
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