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Coinomi Wallet Reviews

By Cryptogeek | 21 Aug

Coinomi is one of the oldest cryptocurrency wallets, supporting a wide range of currencies and tokens since the launch of the project. Currently, the number of supported coins and tokens exceeds five hundred. The wallet provides a built-in exchange as an additional feature. Both desktop and mobile versions of the wallet are available. The founders claim that private keys are stored at the users' devices, therefore there is no need for additional security features as 2FA or KYC.


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27 September, 11:19 AM

The wallet supports over 125 blockchains and 382 tokens. Coinomi is also a user-friendly platform with a nice interface. Their support works fast and knows many languages (Chinese, Spanish, French, German, Russian and some more)
Security is the cutting edge of Coinomi Wallet. It has strong wallet encryption, good anonymity.

Leo Adams
26 September, 12:14 PM

Coinomi is worth 5 stars. Can call it one of the best multi cryptocurrency wallets out there. What I like about it is that traders can control their private keys.
As for the support here, they are polite and work much faster than on some other wallets I’ve used. It has screen lock PIN, a hide screenshot/preview option and a hide balance option. Yet, it’s lacking 2FA.

Mark Wood
25 September, 12:28 PM

I have some security questions here. Well, I can control my private keys here, but what about 2FA? Isn’t it a very important thing too? The risk of hacking increases many times, so I can’t call it safe at all. Also, there are a lot of flaws.

Guillermo Harrington
6 September, 6:51 PM

The wallet is doing fine. Coinomi is simple in use; I think it’s the main thing for the crypto wallets. It would be great if they support some other popular coins like cardano or tron.

John Doe
6 September, 10:44 AM

The wallet is ok. The interface is functional and understandable. In addition, the wide range of available coins. But there was a hack recently, that wasn’t great at all. Maybe, there wasn’t wallet fault, but the security protections didn’t work.