Cryptocurrency wallets don’t store any actual money – they store the Public and Private Keys that provide access to those assets.
You keep your cryptocurrency including CVL tokens in a wallet. The wallet has an address. To put currency in or take it out, you use the wallet's public address or Public Key. It looks something like this:
Think of a wallet address like a post office box. Anybody can know the box number, and send things to the box, but you will need a “Private Key” to get inside. Nobody – including you – can get in without that key. The Private Key is a random-looking string of characters, like this:
Be EXTREMELY CAREFUL with your Private Key. Do not save Private Keys on a computer or email them anywhere, not even to yourself. Don’t take a picture and store it online. Don't even type or copy Private Keys onto a keyboard, clipboard, scanner or printer. In short, do not save it in a digital format.
DO write your Private Keys down on a piece of paper and keep it in a safe, memorable place. (Two pieces of paper in two different places is the best possible method. For example: one in a bank safety deposit box, and one at a family member’s home. In case of loss or fire, etc.)