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In cryptocurrencies, an address is a unique alphanumeric identifier that is used to receive payments.

In Trezor Wallet, addresses are organized into separate accounts and each can be given a custom label. There is no practical limit to the number of addresses that can be generated. It is considered best practice to use a fresh address for each incoming transaction, as it benefits user privacy. Note that addresses for all supported cryptocurrencies on your Trezor device are derived from your recovery seed.

See also: Transaction, QR code, Address reuse, Address replacement (basic) - Public key, Private key (advanced)