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I download the Ganache on Windows, it gives me 10 accounts and 12 mnemonics when I launch it, I think that the first 10 mnemonics are represent for 10 accounts, but what are the other 2 mnemonics "subway" and "mouse" represent for? I cant catch that...so can anybody help me about this? Thanks!

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In fact those 12 words are 1 mnemonics used to generate those 10 accounts.

They are following the BIP 44 (Multi-Account Hierarchy for Deterministic Wallets) specification which is the same for a lot of blockchain.

You can see a bit more how it works here just enter your 12 words as mnemonics and see how are generated multiple accounts with it

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  • so the mnemonic is made up of the 12 words? If only I remember the mnemonic, I can get the same 10 accounts, is that right? – Fly Apr 18 '18 at 16:08
  • Yup you got it. If you got metamask you can actually test this. Restaure your account using those 12 words. Connect to ganache using 127.0.0.1:7595. You'll see first only one account with 100 ethers and if you want to see the others you can "create" more account and they'll have 100 ethers too. – Crema Apr 18 '18 at 17:15
  • OK! You help me a lot, thx! :) – Fly Apr 19 '18 at 1:42

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