FYI, when you set up your BRhodium wallet, you must, as in Bitcoin, save all passwords, or your crypto could be lost. In BRhodium’s case, not only is there a user ID, password, and 12-word recovery seed, but a “transaction password” that enables you to send BTR from your wallet. Without it, your seed is as good as lost – though there are, at last resort, “brut force methods” to try and recover the transaction password if you at least save the seed words – which, I might add, have low odds of success.
As Adam Meister would say, “personal responsibility is the new counterculture” – which in crypto, means no one will back you up if you don’t back up yourself. Which in turn, means utilizing all available resources to make sure you do things correctly.
To that end, if you have any questions about BRhodium, the BRhodium wallet, or its extremely active OTC market pre-launch, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.