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Ethereum Wallets: The World's Best Mobile Ethereum Wallet

For Your Ether Tokens

SECURE

Automatic client-side encryption ensures bitcoin keys are always encrypted and protected from malware.

PRIVATE

HD address rotation, decentralized access, & zero-knowledge encryption make Edge the #1 most private cross-platform account.

DECENTRALIZED

Connectivity to multiple public bitcoin nodes ensures wallets function even if Edge servers are down.

POWERFUL

Transaction tagging and multiple wallets per account make the power users happy.

INTUITIVE

The familiarity of a username & password hides the complexity of cryptography and synchronization.

EXPANDABLE

Edge Login, plugins, and the Edge SDK connect the mobile wallet to a suite of other blockchain applications.

SECURE

Automatic client-side encryption ensures bitcoin keys are always encrypted and protected from malware.

PRIVATE

HD address rotation, decentralized access, & zero-knowledge encryption make Edge the #1 most private cross-platform account.

DECENTRALIZED

Connectivity to multiple public bitcoin nodes ensures wallets function even if Edge servers are down.

POWERFUL

Transaction tagging and multiple wallets per account make the power users happy.

INTUITIVE

The familiarity of a username & password hides the complexity of cryptography and synchronization.

EXPANDABLE

Edge Login, plugins, and the Edge SDK connect the mobile wallet to a suite of other blockchain applications.

Incredibly rich functionality and features.

About Ethereum

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Secure

Automatic client-side encryption and backup ensures Ethereum keys are always encrypted, protecting your wallet and crypto assets from malware or device loss.

 

Private

Zero-knowledge encryption secures both private keys and transaction meta-data.

 

Decentralized

Users of the Edge Ethereum wallet hold and control their own keys. There are no intermediaries to stop or censor transactions.

 

Powerful

Full ERC20 token support, transaction tagging, and multiple wallets per account makes Edge useful for both industry veterans and newbies alike. 

 

Intuitive

The familiarity of a username & password for your wallet hides the complexity of cryptography and synchronization.

 

Expandable

Edge Login, plugins, and the Edge SDK connect the mobile wallet to a suite of other blockchain applications.

 

Our Wallet Has Incredibly Rich Functionality and Features

  • Zero-access to user funds or transaction data by Edge or other 3rd parties
  • Show full transaction history of ETH and all tokens in your wallet
  • Detect unconfirmed/pending transactions
  • Fast touch/face ID login on iOS and Android
  • Simple account creation using just a login & password (no printing of PDFs, writing down seed phrases, or adding encryption settings)
  • Automatic encrypted wallet backup to redundant peer-to-peer cloud servers
  • One-Touch 2-Factor Authentication for the easiest-to-secure wallet in the world
  • Quickly switch accounts with username drop down on login screens
  • Multi-device synchronization across all mobile devices
  • Simple password recovery capability
  • Easily exchange between Ether, ERC20 tokens, and many other types of cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Dash, Monero, and Ripple/XRP
  • Multiple wallets per account with simple user defined wallet names (ie. “Vacation Fund”)
  • Support for over 140 currency exchange rates
  • Configurable gas price and gas limit per transaction
  • Decentralized server architecture. Wallets work even if Edge servers are down.
  • Integration with address book to auto-complete payee name and photo
  • Open-source code. Available on Github.

Origin of Ethereum

The Ethereum white paper was published in late 2013 by Vitalik Buterin. The Ethereum network officially launched in the summer of 2015 with the help of fellow co-founders Gavin Wood and Joseph Lubin. The goal of the Ethereum founders was to build infrastructure that allowed developers to build uncensorable applications also known as decentralized applications or dapps.

 

Basic Ethereum Facts

Genesis Date: July 30, 2015

Hashing Algorithm: Ethash

Blocktime: 12 sec

 

The Ethereum Blockchain

At the foundation of the Ethereum network is its proof-of-work based blockchain and its native token Ether (ETH). Ethereum explained simply, is a blockchain that records the distribution of ownership of its native token, updates the distribution whenever transfers of its native token are made on the network, and helps the network synchronize its state amongst a heterogeneous network of nodes.

Although users can and do useEthereum, and it’s token, Ether, like money to store, transfer, and measure value, its highest and greatest utility comes from its use as payment for utilizing the Ethereum Computer, otherwise known as the Ethereum Virtual Machine.

 

Ethereum Virtual Machine

The Ethereum Virtual Machine is what makes the Ethereum blockchain unique. The EVM can be thought of as a global decentralized computer containing millions of executable smart contracts. The EVM’s state and subsequent state transitions are recorded on the Ethereum blockchain.

The EVM is a computation engine whose job is to execute smart contracts; it’s called to execute and update the resulting state transitions as defined by the Ethereum protocol. In order to execute smart contracts on the EVM one must pay in Ether (ETH). This is Ether’s intended function. Its use as money is secondary to this primary purpose as a means of payment for the execution of smart contracts stored in the EVM.

 

Smart Contracts

The term smart contract was coined by Nick Szabo in the 1990s. He defined a smart contract as “a set of promises, specified in digital form, including protocols within which the parties perform on the other promises”.

Smart contracts imply the concept of intelligence, but Ethereum “smart contracts” are simply digital programs that run on the EVM. Contracts can only do what they are programmed to do and nothing more. But, by executing digital programs on a decentralized computer anchored to a proof-of-work blockchain, simple digital programs become censorship-resistant smart contracts which allow developers to produce unstoppable code and theoretically unstoppable applications.

To execute a smart contract, each contract needs resources from the EVM like computation, memory, and storage. In order to access these resources the program must pay the EVM in exchange for use of its resources. The program will pay the EVM with Ether based on the number of steps or the amount of resources it uses. The measurement of steps and resources needed to execute a smart contract call is measured in something called Gas.

 

Ethereum Gas Measurement

Gas is a unit of measurement. In Ethereum, Gas is a computational unit or a measure of the number of steps/resources needed to execute a smart contract on the EVM. The relationship between Ether and Gas is not too dissimilar to the relationship between fiat currency and gasoline. Gasoline is often measured in gallons and paid for in a fiat currency like USD or EUR. Computation in the EVM is measured in Gas (computational units) and paid for in Ether.

 

Dapps

The purpose and end goal of the Ethereum community is to build decentralized, secure, reliable, and neutral infrastructure for developers to build decentralized applications. The Ethereum platform is designed for developers to build web applications with a plethora of distributed open source tools and resources that can distribute and automate responsibilities and features like payments, ownership, identity, storage, memory, messaging, computation, name resolution, backend software (logic), and even front end software in a way that makes a company or central authority unneeded in the daily operation and continued development of an application.

Imagine a social media application or ride sharing application with no unique servers, no central point of failure, and no central organization managing its operation or development at any place in the software stack. Imagine if the logic, payments, computation, identity, storage, messaging, and the front end of a web application was handled by a distributed and open source set of tools and capabilities available in Ethereum. These are the dreams and aspirations of the Ethereum community.

 

Edge Ethereum Wallet

User controlled, private, and secure

Shows full transaction history of ETH and all tokens

Login to many Dapps with Edge Login and Wallet Connect

Easily exchange between ETH, ERC-20 tokens, and many other crypto-assets right within the wallet

Configurable gas price and gas limit per transaction

Buy Ether with a bank account or credit card all across the globe, natively inside of Edge

 

Why Edge?

Edge is a secure, easy, and private way to use, store, trade, and exchange crypto-assets. Many solutions either leave you on your own to fend for yourself or require you to give up control and privacy. At Edge we make sure you’re always in control of your crypto, private keys, and personal information while also providing the tools necessary to protect yourself from us, others, and your own mistakes.

Edge has rich functionality, a battle-tested security architecture, and the industry’s best customer support. You’re never alone, but always independent with Edge.

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