What is the difference between Standard Wallet and Passphrase Wallet?

What is the difference between the two wallet types? What happens when I send assets to the standard wallet. Are they not in the passphrase wallet? Are these two different wallets?

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  2. Bei der passphrase hast du höhere Entropie. Es ist wie ein zusätzliches passwort, deine Wallet ist selbst dann, wenn du deinen seed irgendwo leakst noch sicher.

    Wenn du faul bist wie ich, und deinen seed gut aufbewahrt, nimm die Standard wallet. Aber passphrase kann nicht schaden und ist zu empfehlen.

    Ja es sind verschiedene wallets. Du kannst auch mehrere passphrase wallets haben soweit ich weiß

  3. Wallets are created by performing a math operation between your seed phrase and the passphrase.

    If you select Standard Wallet then you’re not asked for a passphrase and an empty one is used each time.

    If you select Passphrase Wallet then you are asked for a passphrase each time you connect your Trezor. In this case make sure to back up your passphrase because a different passphrase (even a single character) will result in a completely different wallet.

  4. https://trezor.io/learn/a/what-is-bip39


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