Although OWNR Wallet hit the stores in April 2019, the major part of cryptocommunity heard about it in December 2019, when OWNR partnered with Bitfinex, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges. We have checked the main facts to see what OWNR is about to bring to the market.
OWNR is a multifunctional cryptocurrency wallet that currently supports ten basic coins and all the ERC20 tokens. As a cross-platform wallet, OWNR Wallet is available for both mobile (iOS and Android) and desktop, and is supported on most operating systems: Windows, Mac, Linux.
OWNR is a non-custodial wallet, which means it does not store customers’ keys and has no access to funds.
Features to make use of include:
- Any seed phrase length supported. It’s possible to set seed phrase in eight languages;
- All assets available instantly after the wallet is restored (as long as they are supported). This includes all the 240K+ ERC20 tokens which now exist and all the Omnilayer tokens. You don’t need to add them manually;
- SegWit transactions supported;
- Generating up to 20 new addresses for Bitcoin and Bitcoin-like coins at a time, no need to wait for the previous transactions to confirm;
- Price widget to watch the price spikes for the coins chosen;
- Notifications about the transaction status;
- Naming the numerous wallets for your convenience;
- Support available 24/7/365 in mobile and desktop apps along with the web version.
Although cryptocurrency wallets with coin purchase inside are nothing new, there are two points to note about purchasing crypto with OWNR. First, it’s fully licensed: based in Estonia, OWNR has licenses of a cryptocurrency wallet service and cryptocurrency to fiat exchange. At the moment cryptocurrency purchase is supported in part of the countries only (mostly Europe). Second, it’s possible to buy and sell cryptocurrency with SEPA transfers.
Assets to buy currently include BTC, BCH, ETH, LTC, DASH.
The team strives to make OWNR an ‘all-in-one’ cryptowallet: OWNR has a rather intuitive interface and can streamline basic operations like storing, sending, receiving, exchanging and buying crypto while supporting most of the assets.
The roadmap implies functionality for traders, enterprise, developers (testnets for the coins are already available). In QII 2020, more coins will be added and the arrangements to provide crypto-to-fiat exchange in the USA will be finalized.
To sum up: while OWNR Wallet will not replace your cold wallet, it has all chances to help you consolidate at least part of the crypto routine in one place.
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