Introducing The Aegis Wallet

Introducing The Aegis Wallet

Bojan Simic, the founder of theBitcoin Security Project, has released a new, free, and open source bitcoin wallet for Android called Aegis Wallet. The wallet supports multiple currencies and provides the user with the ability to view their transactions and addresses on the bitcoin blockchain. Aegis Wallet allows you to encrypt your wallet. If someone were to get a hold of your Android phone it will be impossible for them to take your bitcoins. All you would have to do is get another phone, import a backup from your email, and go on about your sweet life. "We have Designed Aegis for....


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