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August 14, 2018, 07:52:15 AM
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About CoolWallet S

As an increasing number of traders and users joining the community every day, the news for crypto hacks and scams are more and more frequently seen. For existing users, security becomes a critical issue. And to acquire more new users joining the community, the usage must be more convenient and straight forward.
Currently, the most common security solutions are the hot wallet and the USB hardware wallet. The hot wallet is an online wallet, which is very convenient yet extremely insecure. On the other hand, the USB hardware wallet is by far the most secure cryptocurrency storage, but to use one, you will need to use a computer, a USB cable and go through a painful setup process. Users need to choose between either security or convenience.

That is why we started on CoolWallet, we strive to bring both security and convenience to the community. You can simply use your mobile phone and a credit-card sized CoolWallet S to access your assets, which just perfectly fit into your daily life - phone and credit card.


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August 15, 2018, 07:43:02 AM
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I wasn't able to find the source code on the website (https://coolwallet.io/).

Am i right in assuming that this wallet is completely closed source ? And that the customer has to trust a company (without much trust rating yet) to build proper hw wallets + code ?

190$ seem to be quite a lot. Especially since it almost entirely is made of plastic. And 2 hours charging for '20 operating cycles' doesn't sound that good either.


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August 20, 2018, 05:21:18 AM
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I wasn't able to find the source code on the website (https://coolwallet.io/).

Not sure if this is what you're looking for, but on their footer, I find this link https://github.com/CoolBitX-Technology. Looks like this is their place for publishing their code for wallet and stuff.


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