Im new to
Bitcoin. I know the main software of bitcoin is
Bitcoin Core. Recently i started using an
iOS wallet called
Bread. Its very simple! It gives me a 12 word key and says your master private key can extract from this and no need to backup your wallet as a file.
My question is: i readed that Bitcoin Core in the new versions is an
HD Wallet. But it never gives me a seed like bread. Im confused.
I have an assumption but i dont know its right or not:
My master private key stored in a file unlike bread. I have to encrypt my walled from bitcoin core settings menu and the from file menu choose Backup Wallet and save it. In fact, in the future, i have to import that file and enter encryption passphrase that i created in the encryption step and the software fetches my private key from that file and load my entire wallet from blockchain. In bread i enter that 12 word and bread creates my private key and so on... in bitcoin core i need backup just one time. In
Bread i have to write down my seed and in Bitcon Core i have to backup both passphrase and wallet file.
is this true? bitcoin works like this?
As i know i cant import wallet i created in Bread to bitcoin core. Each software has its own seed to private key mechanism. Is this true? I want to use bread and Bitcoin Core both in my pc and mobile.