A powerful non-custodial multi-wallet for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, Avalanche, Solana and other blockchains. Non-custodial crypto and NFT storage, onchain decentralized exchange, institutional grade analytics for cryptcurrency and NFT markets, extensive privacy controls and human oriented design. Implemented on Kotlin. (by horizontalsystems)

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  • ⟳ 4 apps added, 121 updated at f-droid.org
    24 projects | /r/FDroidUpdates | 15 Sep 2023
    Unstoppable Wallet (version 0.34.1): Bitcoin, Ethereum, DeFi
  • Wallet for Android without the need for any Google services.
    4 projects | /r/BitcoinBeginners | 19 Apr 2023
  • Cold storage crypto wallets?
    5 projects | /r/privacy | 18 Mar 2023
    Hey so I've been meaning to move away from my hot wallet (coinbase) and I already have a trezor hardware wallet. But that's more for what I would call "vault storage" which is kinda like a savings account for a bank. I don't wanna have to pull out my big vault for small everyday transactions and i don't really like having my funds stored in hot wallets. So i was looking into some cold storage wallets and i came across both unstopable and exodus does anyone have any experience with these/the companies behind them and things that i may want to think about when choosing one? Or do you have your own wallet that you prefer if so let me know. <3
  • Safest Defi Wallet
    3 projects | /r/ethereum | 26 Nov 2022
    There’s also Unstoppable and Airgap. They’re private but not really an defi wallet
  • ⟳ 1 apps added, 65 updated at f-droid.org
    11 projects | /r/FDroidUpdates | 9 Oct 2022
    Unstoppable Wallet (version 0.27.0): Bitcoin, Ethereum, DeFi
  • Unstoppable irony
    2 projects | /r/UNSTOPPABLEWallet | 26 Sep 2022
    Do you also find it rude to invite people to engage in your discussion section, but never respond to anything they post? If you're not going to respond, then don't offer people it as a resource; it only ends in frustration and resentment.
    2 projects | /r/UNSTOPPABLEWallet | 26 Sep 2022
    Not being able to enter a BIP39 passphrase isn't critical? Not being able to access your wallet funds isn't critical? There are point releases you guys have made within a week of a main release in the past... not every 2-3 months like you are claiming.
  • open source metamask alternative?
    3 projects | /r/ethereum | 9 Jul 2022
    I’ve been using Unstoppable Wallet: https://unstoppable.money
  • ⟳ 0 apps added, 78 updated at f-droid.org
    12 projects | /r/FDroidUpdates | 30 Jun 2022
    Unstoppable Wallet (version 0.25.3): Bitcoin, Ethereum, DeFi
  • Tell HN: Coinbase now requires physical address of recipient in crypto transfers
    3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 24 Jun 2022
    I think you've missed the point entirely.

    Practically, there are a ton of ways to turn 500,000 EUR into "anonymous" crypto, depending on what you mean by "anonymous".

    You can use an exchange (KYC or non-KYC) that lets you trade USDT/XMR pairs. Wire 500,000 EUR and convert to USDT. Buy the full amount worth of XMR and send it to your own XMR hardware wallet. You now have anonymous XMR (assuming you trust their math).

    You can do something similar with ZEC shielded transactions. Many KYC exchanges support ZEC (but without shielded transactions). You can get your ZEC this way and then shield it.

    If you're interested in anonymous crypto, XMR or ZEC is probably what you'd want to have anyway instead of BTC.

    Also, LTC recently adopted a new privacy-enabling feature. It's not functional yet as far as I know, but it did cause LTC to be delisted from several korean exchanges last week. This one is interesting because of the widespread adoption of litecoin before it added privacy features.

    Or if you'd rather use the ETH ecosystem, you can use https://tornado.cash/. Buy your KYC'd ETH, send to tornado.cash, wait, withdraw a partial amount to a fresh anonymous ethereum address.

    There are even privacy-oriented wallets like https://unstoppable.money/ that can use tor to further improve anonymity while doing wallet actions.

    But let's say you really do want bitcoin only. Take your 500,000 EUR and wire it to a KYC exchange. Buy your bitcoin and send it to your wallet. Send that BTC into renVM pools, wait, send your renBTC to a new address, release renBTC back to BTC on the new address: https://bridge.renproject.io/.

    In other words, your point does not hold at all. There are probably a dozen different ways to get anonymous crypto right now. In the near future, many common coins will have privacy features anyway, maybe even by default.

    You have to think about what level of anonymity you want and what premium you're willing to pay, but there's a wide spectrum of options.

    And if you think it's not easy enough yet, just wait. The math works, it's just not wrapped up into a convenient user experience yet.

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