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April 25, 2018, 07:18:26 AM
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Plug in your Trezor, get all your balances in one place.

https://christianfindlay.wordpress.com/2018/04/22/hardfolio-alpha-testing/

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https://www.dropbox.com/s/2xy3a5scfwhv21p/Two.png?dl=0

I've just deployed my first version of my app called Hardfolio to the store. It's currently in Alpha mode. If you send me your Google account email address, I'll send you an invite to the app.

This app adds functionality that's been missing from hardware wallets. It gathers balances for all the coins you are holding on your Trezor, and totals the estimated fiat value across the coins. The app is currently totally free, and if you do some alpha testing now, I will guarantee that you are never charged for the app. Also, I will make sure that any feedback you give about the app is given priority.

I'm still putting privacy details etc. together but this app does not collect any of your data other than coin addresses which are used to get your balances. It does not share your private or public key with anyone. Feel free to ask questions if you're not sure about the app. Otherwise, PM me your email address.

iOS and Windows 10 versions on their way...



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April 27, 2018, 12:15:58 PM
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Are you planning on opensourcing this at all (github?) or are you planning to sell this for a nominal fee on the Play Store at a later date?... I know that Trezor's are relatively "safe" with regards to having keys compromised etc... but I'm still a bit paranoid when it comes to closed source cryptocurrency "wallets" (yes, I know it's not really a wallet, but still Wink)

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Are you planning on opensourcing this at all (github?)

I would like to. But, not all the business decisions have been made yet, and I will keep the IP under wraps until the future direction of the software is decided.

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are you planning to sell this for a nominal fee on the Play Store at a later date?

Probably not, but all cards are on the table.

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I'm still a bit paranoid when it comes to closed source cryptocurrency "wallets" (yes, I know it's not really a wallet, but still)

This is well understood. The feedback I've gotten is that most people are very worried about using any crypto related app in fear of security and privacy issues. I've put a full FAQ on this blog post to explain security and privacy issues. In a nutshell, there's nothing my app could do to steal any of your crypto, and it doesn't do anything that would compromise your privacy.

https://christianfindlay.wordpress.com/2018/04/22/hardfolio-alpha-testing/
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