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COINiD Vault

latest release: 1.5.5 last analysed  21st December 2020
Few users
5 ★★★★★
2nd October 2018


Our last analysis is based on data found in their App Store description and their source repository.
details below 

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The Analysis

This provider states in the App Store description:

Check out the offline device guide on our website.

but forgot to provide a website. We’ll go with the one provided for their Android version as there is not much information to be found on the App Store.

On their code repository we find this:

Proper readme coming soon.

and this:

We are currently not including the secrets.js in the repo.

which means there is no full build instructsions and the app is therefore not verifiable.


Verdict Explained

Few users

This app has too few users for now to be reviewed in detail.

This app still needs to be evaluated but before that, gain some users. In the Play Store there is an infinite list of "wallets" and we focus on those that have the biggest impact if things go wrong.