Dr. Doom posted on February 03, 2019 15:56:06
I don't have any reason to doubt this project. Team has been around, wallet has been released and it is said to be user friendly so hopefully it will help the not so tech-savvy crypto users to be part of the eco system.
Crypto Anonymous posted on January 31, 2019 23:05:18
I do believe this project in and out itself is fairly legit and even though it might be controversial if the wallet is as secure as claimed, mobile wallet security in general is very deemed very controversial all around, so as long as they are at least as safe as most other wallets, I'd say it must be a reasonable product, no criticism there! The only thing I have some concerns about is the actual related token: I have still to find out where its value comes from, what its actual usecase is in relation to the wallet that justifies its existence. After all, they did raise a lot of money in return for those tokens. Not saying that the token is shady, but I think it is wise for every investor to clearly find out where the value of this token is supposed to come from before considering buying it as an investment.
Idyilere posted on January 30, 2019 16:39:32
Ethos Universal Wallet, started our as Bitquence back in june 2017 as an ICO. They almost sold out their ICO and quickly started on their universal wallet. They changed their name in November 2017, and gained a all time high at $12 January 2018.
Their aim is to make cryptocurrency accessible for everyone, by creating an universal wallet for mobile phones - an app that easy that even your grandmother can use it.
They launched the wallet in July 2018, and they quickly got it in the app stores all around the world.
The safety on this wallet have been questioned. Some don't trust mobile phone wallet at all, others believe that they can keep your cryptocurrency safe. In the end it's always up to the end used to make all passwords and pass phrases hidden and secure, but Ethos Universal Wallet are doing their best to make their part of the security as good as possible.
When you open your wallet, the app sends the phone into sandbox mode, making it disconnect from the web. It then creates the 24 words you need to write down, including your password and code.
Their activity online have never stopped, and they are pushing out new updates regularly with new tokens and coins to support.
They have many more features on their roadmap that they will implement in the wallet. Recently they partnered up with a company, making it possible to add fiat to your wallet from your visa card. This is really important step in their march to make crypto accessible for everyone.
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