CryptoWallet

Articles describing the CryptoWallet

CryptoWallet maintenance and version upgrade policy

All white-label token sale platform (CryptoWallet) installations of version 3.0 and later have the following maintenance and/or support options: I. Subscribe for upgrade-only plans: One-time...

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By Oleh Vasylenko

updated 5 months ago

CryptoWallet v.3.4.0: release notes

CryptoWallet White-label Token Sale Platform v.3.4.0 is released. The version includes: Security upgrades 1. All the following actions are logged: Admin users login; Admin session expire events;...

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By Oleh Vasylenko

updated 5 months ago

CryptoWallet Server Requirements

Backend server OS: Ubuntu Server 16.04 CPU: 2 cores of modern server x86 CPU (similar to Amazon t2.medium or Google Cloud n1-standard-2 instance) RAM: 4+Gb RAM Storage: 30+Gb SSD recommended...

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By Oleh Vasylenko

updated 5 months ago

What is a CryptoWallet?

What we offer A secure multi-sig cryptocurrency wallet website that is ready to be up and running after deployment to your Amazon Web Services account and minimal configuration. The wallet can be...

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By Oleh Vasylenko

updated 5 months ago

CryptoWallet Features

Why does identity verification ('KYC') matter?

The cryptocurrency and blockchain industries are being falsely portrayed as willing participants in this illicit activity. Know your customer ('KYC') is the process of a business identifying and verifying the identity of its clients. The KYC...

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By Oleh Vasylenko

updated 5 months ago

CryptoWallet Features Overview

General Users can use light, quick, and adaptive UI of our CryptoWallet on other devices (including mobile). Backups of wallet are available. Sign up Apart from filling the form with general personal data, the user is also required to verify his...

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By Oleh Vasylenko

updated 5 months ago

Bitcoin Contributions

Diagram Flow explained: 1. A Contributor creates an order in the wallet front-end. 2. Contributor submits KYC and is verified. 3. Disposable Invoice address is created and displayed in the wallet front-end and sent via e-mail. 4. The Contributor...

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By Oleh Vasylenko

updated 5 months ago

Ethereum Contributions

Diagram Flow explained: Contributor creates order in the wallet. Contributor submits KYC and is verified. Disposable Invoice address is created and displayed in the wallet front-end and sent via email. The Contributor sends ETH from his ETH wallet...

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By Oleh Vasylenko

updated 5 months ago

Wire Transfer Contributions

Pre-requisites: A Client should fill the bank account info in Admin Dashboard A Contributor creates an order on the wallet front-end. Contributor submits KYC and is verified. The Contributor gets all the required information (through e-mail and...

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By Oleh Vasylenko

updated 5 months ago

Addresses on Admin Dashboard

To use the Admin Dashboard, you have to be aware of the functions each of Ethereum addresses has and send enough ETH to the supplied addresses, when required. Trade ETH account is used by the wallet server to create trade orders and distribute...

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By Oleh Vasylenko

updated 5 months ago