KEYRING PRO: BTC, Defi, Web3App Store
Our wallet review process
We examine wallets starting at the code level and continue all the way up to the finished app that lives on your device. Provided below is an outline of each of these steps along with security tips for you and general test results.
Application build test result
(Analysis from Android review)
In any case that you lose a Private Key of your wallets, or swap to a new phone, you only need to use your KEYRING PRO Backup File to restore everything from Bitcoin Wallet, Ether Wallet, BSC Wallet, HECO Wallet, to TOMO Wallet in less than 10 seconds.
Restore Bitcoin Wallet, Ethereum Wallet, Binance Smart Chain Wallet, Houbi ECO Chain Wallet, or TomoChain Wallet easily and instantly
Instead of mnemonics, it advertises a backup file to restore your wallets.
You only need to download KEYRING PRO, choose ‘Backup Wallet’, locate the Backup File on your device, then start the process.
Another alternative option, you can also try ‘One Key’ feature which enables restoration for all accounts with only 01 Private Key.
Keyring Pro states that it has a ‘One Key’ feature.
KEYRING PRO enables users to generate wallets on all supported Chains at once with only one Private Key. All created wallets come with the same exact wallet address.
… which sounds terrible for the user’s privacy.
We tried the app and were able to create a wallet. While we were not provided with a 12-word mnemonic, we were able to download a backup file and view the private key.
This wallet is self-custodial. With no link to a Github account or mention of any source code, we assume this project is closed-source. We also searched the appID ‘co.bacoor.keyring’ on Github in case there was something we had missed. We found nothing of relevance.
Tests performed by Daniel Andrei R. Garcia
Do your own research
In addition to reading our analysis, it is important to do your own checks. Before transferring any bitcoin to your wallet, look up reviews for the wallet you want to use. They should be easy to find. If they aren't, that itself is a reason to be extra careful.