Mojito wallet

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About this app

The Mojito wallet allows you to create multiple Bitcoin wallets in one, simple interface.

Mojito is a MIT licensed cryptocurrency wallet built around the Bitcoin ecosystem.

With the Mojito wallet, you can:

- Create BTC wallets to store, send and receive BTC
- Retain full control of your private keys
- No account creation necessary
- Ensure that your private key never leaves your phone
- Create BIP39 compliant seed phrases (mnemonic seed phrases)
- Restore BTC wallets from seed phrase
- Create BIP84 addresses
- Create BIP49 addresses
- Send and receive BTC from any generated addresses
- Connect to your own node for increased privacy

User friendly:

The Mojito wallet is available and supported on iOS and Android.
Login with FaceID, TouchID or a traditional username and password combination.
The Mojito wallet supports RBF, SegWit and the ability to set your own transaction fee.

Security:

The Mojito wallet provides a safe, private and secure Bitcoin wallet.
Keep control of your private keys and ensure they never leave your phone.

Future versions of the Mojito wallet will support the following features:

- Multisig support
- Lightning Network support
- Mintlayer support (including tokenization)
- Using your own entropy for Private Key generation

Disclaimer: if you lose your seed phrase, we cannot help you. As with all wallets, make sure that you store your seed phrase in a safe place - preferably not online - to avoid losing access to your funds.

If you need any help or support when using your Mojito wallet, send us an email at mojito-support@mintlayer.org.

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Updated on
Apr 25, 2024

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