Jaxx Liberty never stores your Private Keys, it saves an encrypted version of your wallet seed only on the device the Jaxx Liberty app is installed on. The wallet security information is not stored anywhere else outside of that device. Decentral never has access to your wallet's security information.
Where to find your private keys:
Select "Menu" from the upper right corner.
Scroll down to "Tools".
Select "Display Private Keys".
Check the "It's safe -- no one else is looking" box to click the "View Private Keys" button. If you added a Security Password, you will be asked to enter it after doing so.
Select the coin or token you wish to see the key for
Please note that ERC20 tokens such as ANT, GNT, and ICN use your Ethereum public address/private key, so they do not have a separate individual address/key pair. To read more, please visit: Why can I not see my private keys for my tokens?
What can you do with it:
Once you have selected an asset, you will see a page like below. There, you can:
- Copy All Public Addresses
- Copy All Private Keys
- Copy All (both addresses and keys)
- Hide addresses with 0 balance
These are for your records and let you check where the assets were sent. However, the private keys can also be used to access your assets from another service or from another Jaxx Liberty app. Here is an article on how you can do that inside Jaxx Liberty: How do I transfer assets from a paper wallet/private key?
What you shouldn't do:
If you share these private keys with anyone, they gain the ability to manage your assets. You probably don’t want to do that. Jaxx Liberty’s user success team certainly doesn’t want to see your private keys, and will always decline them. Jaxx Liberty was built to keep you, and only you, in control of your keys.
Want to know more?
If you would like to know more about private keys, public addresses, and key differences between them, please read: What is the difference between a public address and a private key?
If you are curious about how external and internal addresses differ, please read: What are external and internal addresses?