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FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions
Is MetaMask a safe wallet?
Is it safe to install Metamask on Android?
What type of account is MetaMask?
There are three versions of MetaMask: institutional (blue), flask (purple, and for developers), and regular (orange fox). You must install a different extension for each type of wallet in your browser. No wallet extension will function properly, if you have more than one type of MetaMask enabled in your browser at once, along with most other wallet extensions. To solve this issue, disable the other extensions until there is only one left, or visit each one independently using different browsers or browser profiles.
Does MetaMask have dApps?
How do I use the MetaMask extension in Chrome?
Is MetaMask custodial or non-custodial?
A self-custodial (also known as non-custodial) cryptocurrency and token wallet is available in MetaMask. It provides you with total control over your assets, including your access keys. Self-custodial refers to the fact that you (the pronoun "self") control the private key(s) to your wallet.