wallet.io ProApp 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)
Update 2022-02-09: This app is no more.
Note: This is the PRO version for:
- One Stop digital asset management
- Two secure asset management solutions
- Manage assets with partners
- Institutional, Multi-signature, Numerous Currencies
- Team Property, Team Confirmation
- Suitable for multiple parties’ co-management. Avoid assets loss caused by single private key missing. Offer a better solution to multiple parties funding co-managements.
- ‘m-of-n’ signatures. Set ‘n’ total private keys and requires ‘m’ signatures in authorizing a transaction.
We downloaded the app. Our user credentials are the same with the other wallet.io app.
After sign-in, we are presented with two options:
- Group multisig wallet
- Individual multisig wallet
We opted for the individual multisig wallet.
We then filled up the following fields:
- Wallet name
- Private key generation:
- Wallet.io hardware
- Safe-keeping of the third private key
We were able to locate their github, but as of this moment, it seems to be outdated, with only six commits in the past year. Additionally, no repositories were related to wallet.io’s mobile app.
This app is self-custodial, but the source code is not verifiable.
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.