It's a common question and I hope users can contribute to this thread and my post moves downI think your post topic is a little misleading.
What your asking is but your post is basically just a plug for your own wallet provider.
I was expecting to read a post from a.newbie asking what wallet is best for him to use, instead I got to read all about Zebpay.
As I have said in the past that although companies like yours a great for beginners to purchase bitcoins, history shows us that is not a good idea to store your bitcoin online or especially in a wallet the the user does not control the private keys to.
Just so you know this topic may be moved in the future to another board.
Is your service available outside of India?
Thanks and appreciate it!I have moved your topic to Bitcoin discussion/wallets because i believe that it is beater suited in the board.
I do agree that services like yours are great for beginners and it's where i got my start, i still buy most of my coins from Coinjar but as soon as they clear i move them straigh to a paper wallet so i know they are safe and if anything goes wrong i have only myself to blame.
Companies like Coinbase and ect. act as a sort of bitcoin bank but until they insure there users funds im not willing to trust someone else with my coins.
Thats why people trust banks blindly, they know that if there account gets hacked or card swipped then all they have to do is put in a complaint and more times than not they get there money back via the banks insurance policie.
I do wish to stress though that i haven't looked into you service much yet but from what i have seen it looks quite good. I just advise everybody to do there own homework when picking a wallet.
This a carbon-copy fork of Coinomi or ? Coinswap ..aka Shapeshift.io services, which, thankfully, you do acknowledge in smaller print. What incentive is there for someone to use UberPay (even your name is misleading, I downloaded it initially thinking it was an alternative payment for the Uber ride-sharing service) as opposed to the more established "Coinomi" ? Just out of curiosity..The simplest multicoin wallet is UberPay @ http://uberpay.io
Thanks . And the chat feature has been requested by many users and is in our development schedule.I have heard it and use it when it was first launched by giving a free giveaway bitcoin, yeah this is a cool app in my opinion, especially if added to the chat feature may be much better for all network users zebpay
When I was first starting in this space, Core was the only one available.When I was first starting in this space, Core was definitely the easiest and most viable option for a desktop client; however, speaking to the majority of end-users I think a wallet that takes care of everything (security, privkey retrieval, send/receive functionality dumbed-down and etc..) would be the best choice and as was aforementioned, Airbitz does a great job of this...not to mention they're the only wallet I know of right now who've chosen libbitcoin protocol implementation.
Yes, it's simple. But I don't like that they are forcing me to use "bits" instead of BTC.Breadwallet for iOS is very simple and secure.
Yes, you are right, it is very confusing to use "bits".Yes, it's simple. But I don't like that they are forcing me to use "bits" instead of BTC.Breadwallet for iOS is very simple and secure.
Even we have got the same feedback for our wallet Zebpay. In our new version, we let users chose between bits or bitcoin. Its already released in Zebpay iPhone app and will soon be released in Zebpay Android app.Yes, it's simple. But I don't like that they are forcing me to use "bits" instead of BTC.Breadwallet for iOS is very simple and secure.
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