Some wallets, such as Jaxx or Mycelium, are HD (hierarchical deterministic) wallets. This means that the wallet generates a new address every time you send or receive funds to or from your HD wallet. Typically, these wallets use seeds to back up your funds. It is important to note that you can use any of your previous addresses to receive funds.
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