With the newest update to the Ronin Wallet, wallet addresses are now shown with the 0x prefix rather than the ronin: prefix a lot of us were used to. Ronin dApps will begin the transition to using 0x when displaying wallet addresses as well.
This page answers some of the common questions that will come up in response to this change.
Wallet Address Format Transition FAQ
What happens to the assets under my ronin: wallet address?
This is just an aesthetic change. The Ronin Wallet/dApps will continue to accept ronin: addresses, and all your assets are still under the same address.
Can I use the assets in my 0x wallet address in any network?
While you will have the same wallet address format for different networks now, your wallet's assets are still separated on the different networks they're on. To use your assets on a different network, you will still have to bridge your assets from your 0x wallet in the Ronin network to your other 0x wallet on the preferred network even if they have the same address.
The wallets and assets in each network is still separate from each other, e.g., 0xabc123 in the Ronin network is still a different wallet from 0xabc123 in the Ethereum network.
Why am I still seeing the ronin: format on some dApps?
Only dApps that are updated with this change will start showing the 0x address. We are working with our partners to implement this change to other dApps in the ecosystem.
Will I have to back up a new secret recovery phrase/recovery password/private key for the 0x address?
No, everything else on the wallet is still the same. This is only an aesthetic change and everything else remains the same.
Can I still use my ronin: wallet address instead of the 0x wallet address?
Yes, the Ronin Wallet and dApps will still continue to work with ronin: wallet addresses.