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September 08, 2018, 04:22:33 PM
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So I would strongly advise all to install this MetaMask crome extention to your chrome browser in order to avoid logging phishing sites.

Gonna vouch this metamask, I'm glad to have this chrome extension because it helps me to avoid phishing sites. There are many times metamask appears when some links was directed to fake/scam exchange sites. I hope that metamask also have an access to different exchanges, not only on DEX so we can import our wallets to a high-class exchanges without worrying.


Metamask is becoming a standard and it will start to get used even more now that supports tokens. It's probably one the safest way to create transactions while on a web page, since it's clearly showing what is happening. Highly recommended  Smiley
is there any metamask alike app to be saver on mobile phone internet?

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September 08, 2018, 05:08:10 PM
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is there any metamask alike app to be saver on mobile phone internet?

There are android browsers that allow you to install extensions, but I've never used them.  I don't know if I'd install MetaMask on some random browser I download off the playstore.  And, be very careful; MetaMask does not have a mobile app.  Not long ago there was scam app on the play store that was imitating MetaMask.  I stupidly installed it on my phone and lost a tiny bit of ethereum.

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September 08, 2018, 08:12:42 PM
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is there any metamask alike app to be saver on mobile phone internet?

There are android browsers that allow you to install extensions, but I've never used them.  I don't know if I'd install MetaMask on some random browser I download off the playstore.  And, be very careful; MetaMask does not have a mobile app.  Not long ago there was scam app on the play store that was imitating MetaMask.  I stupidly installed it on my phone and lost a tiny bit of ethereum.

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I agree, better to not install 3rd party apps on my mobile phone at all.

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September 08, 2018, 10:01:49 PM
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I agree, better to not install 3rd party apps on my mobile phone at all.
You can install it on the Firefox mobile app. And I would say they can be trusted.

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