Doughwallet.net syncing with the dogecoin peer-to-peer network is currently slow. In order to access your coins, you can always export your private keys using the doughwallet recovery tool. Doughwallet was created by a developer named Aaron Voisine and it is registered in Berlin, Germany.
The Android app is by the user langerhans (Max K.) on GitHub. Both are extentions of other, more established wallets – doughwallet is based on the popular breadwallet, and the Android app is based on Schildbach Bitcoin Wallet.
The First Sandstone Ios Dogecoin Wallet
Unlike other iOS wallets, doughwallet is a real standalone dogecoin client. There is no server to get hacked or go down, so you can always access your money. Using SPV mode, doughwallet connects directly to the dogecoin network with the fast performance you need on a mobile device.
The Next Step Wallet Security
Doughwallet is designed to protect you from malware, browser security holes, even physical theft. With AES hardware encryption, app sandboxing, keychain and code signatures, doughwallet represents a significant security advance over web and desktop wallets, and other mobile platforms.
Simplicity is doughwallet’s core design principle. A simple backup phrase is all you need to restore your wallet on another device if yours is ever lost or broken. Because doughwallet is “deterministic”, your balance and transaction history can be recovered from just your backup phrase.
Based On Bradewallet
Doughwallet.net is based based on the open source app breadwallet and adapted for dogecoin by Filip Noetzel. Breadwallet is developed by entrepreneur and mobile app developer, Aaron Voisine.
Limited email support
Support via email is currently very limited due to the amount of messages. Questions send via email that are already answered in the FAQ will not be answered via email. Instead.
Support, donations and legal stuff
If you need help with the app, please read the FAQ first. Questions that repeat the FAQ will not be answered via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Created by: Code Frosting UG (haftungsbeschränkt) – Mainzer Straße 3 – 10715 Berlin – Germany
Vertretungsberechtigt: Filip Noetzel – Registergericht: Amtsgericht Charlottenburg – Registernummer: HRB 134545 B – USt ID: DE277058718.
Tips for securely storing your Doughwallet.net
- Do your own research. Before sending any coins or private data to a wallet, make sure you have researched the wallet provider to make sure everything is above board. Keep an eye out for scam wallets, such as those using URLs only slightly different to the URLs of legitimate wallet providers, and check out some independent reviews for all the pros and cons.
- Back it up. Make use of your wallet’s back-up and restore facility so that if something ever goes wrong with your wallet, you’ll be able to recover your funds.
- Set a strong password. Now is not the time to be lazy when creating a password; take your time to create a strong and uncrackable code.
- Make use of all available security features. Make the most of all the security features your wallet offers, such as two-factor authentication or multi-signature transactions. It’ll offer increased protection for your funds and greater peace of mind for you.
- Update your antivirus software. Take care to regularly update the antivirus protection and anti-malware software on any device you will be using to access your wallet.
- Keep your private keys private. Last but not least, don’t underestimate the importance of your private keys. Store them somewhere safe and don’t share them with anyone else.