Exodus stores your blockchain information in a secure location on your computer. When you first open Exodus, you will be prompted to choose a location for your data directory. This is where your blockchain data will be stored.
Other related questions:
Q: Where does exodus wallet store private keys?
A: The Exodus wallet stores private keys in a number of different places, depending on the platform.
On Windows, private keys are stored in the following location:
On Mac, private keys are stored in the following location:
On Linux, private keys are stored in the following location:
Q: Does exodus own your private keys?
A: No, Exodus does not own your private keys. Your private keys are stored locally on your device and are never shared with Exodus.
Q: Does exodus have access to my wallet?
A: Exodus does not have access to your wallet or your private keys.
Q: What happens to my exodus wallet if I lost my phone?
A: If you lose your phone, you will lose access to your Exodus wallet. However, you can still recover your funds by using your 12-word recovery phrase.