Aiotize CryptoZip🔍 Last analysed 19th May 2022 . Do-It-Yourself Project
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The Analysis ¶
The device has a stark resemblance with the.
The components are generally similar save for the USB plug.
They claim to be Open Source but we were not able to locate their repository and binaries.
Absent links to a repository, binaries, detailed specification sheet, functions, or even a description of how it works, we believe this to be a copy of a do-it-yourself project that’s closed source. We asked for more information on twitter and this is their response:
This project is not meant for non-technical end users.
As part of our Methodology, we ask:Is the product meant to be ready for use "out of the box"? If not, we tag it DIY
Many hardware wallet projects aim to be as transparent as possible by using only off-the-shelf hardware with an open design and open code. If the product reviewed is not available in an assembled form - if the user has to source his own hardware to then maybe solder and compile software to install on the device it falls into this category.
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