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The myNXT.info Wallet is an open source on-blockchain trustless client-side wallet. The wallet decryption happens on your browser using javascript, your password is never sent to our servers.

Website: https://wallet.mynxt.info
Source code: https://github.com/mynxt-info/wallet

Security
  • Backup of wallet to your local computer
  • Google Auth 2FA authentication for logging in
  • E-mail notification for every login

Features
  • Send NXT
  • Make wallet client-side (browser encryption/decryption)
  • Support for reed-solomon accounts
  • Reed-solomon error correction
  • Support multiple accounts per wallet
  • Support for all major NXT features (alias, token,  )
  • Lease of forging power pool as part of the wallet

Visualization
  • Support for reed-solomon accounts
  • Show list of recent transactions in wallet
  • Show total money in/out
« Last Edit: September 04, 2014, 12:39:04 pm by abuelau »
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Re: Online Wallet Road Map
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2014, 07:07:01 am »

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Re: Online Wallet Road Map
« Reply #2 on: May 22, 2014, 05:28:37 pm »

I have deposited funds from my Online Wallet to Nxtio.org. For withdrawing i need to generate a token but there isn't a such function. I tried to login in a NRS client with the same passphrase, but this doesn't work. What can I do for generating a token now?
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Re: Online Wallet Road Map
« Reply #3 on: May 22, 2014, 09:59:25 pm »

I have deposited funds from my Online Wallet to Nxtio.org. For withdrawing i need to generate a token but there isn't a such function. I tried to login in a NRS client with the same passphrase, but this doesn't work. What can I do for generating a token now?

It's not possible to generate token today in the wallet, but are working on it and it will be possible next week. Meanwhile, have you tried contacting the people responsible for nxtio?

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Re: Online Wallet Road Map
« Reply #4 on: May 23, 2014, 04:45:11 am »

He can't do anything. It is a case of security when I ask him to transfer the coins to a another ID. So I should be patience till a token function is implementet
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Re: Online Wallet Road Map
« Reply #5 on: May 25, 2014, 06:11:40 pm »

Hi!
     Wallet.mynxt.info account is not forging! will online wallet ever forge?
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Re: Online Wallet Road Map
« Reply #6 on: May 25, 2014, 06:53:58 pm »

Hi!
     Wallet.mynxt.info account is not forging! will online wallet ever forge?

You should lease your forging power. That can be implemented. You can't forge yourself with online wallet as that requires server having total access to your passphrase.  You need to run NRS (and have complete copy of blockchain) to forge.
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Re: Online Wallet Road Map
« Reply #7 on: May 26, 2014, 06:44:52 am »

@Eadqa  Thanks!
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Annoucement: Wallet with client-side encryption + Open source code
« Reply #8 on: June 10, 2014, 09:10:43 pm »

Background
When we launched the myNXT.info Wallet back in February, one of the main comments we got back was that although our security implementation was very good, people wanted to be able to see the encryption completely done client-side (in the browser), in order to have something called "trustless wallet", which means that we at myNXT.info would never see their users master passwords, and hence there was no way we could access our users funds.

myNXT will now be trustless and open source
We are happy to announce that starting on the 16th/June the myNXT.info Online Wallet (https://wallet.mynxt.info) will become a trustless wallet, and the client-side code will be open-sourced so anyone can review it.

This will add an extra layer of security to our users, and we hope the extra level of trust will help boost the online wallet adoption by both existing Nxters that were hesitant to use the wallet before, and also (and most importantly), will help encourage new people to join Nxt.

With this work, the myNXT Online Wallet becomes an on-blockchain, client-side trustless wallet, which is very similar to the leading Bitcoin online wallet Blochchain.info. We will also be adding a backup functionality so that our users can easily backup their wallet and even migrate to other Nxt clients if they choose to.

Existing users
Existing users don't need to do anything, their wallets are safe and not going to be affected. Everything we are developing is fully backwards compatible. Any existing users that wants to ensure that their wallets are also trustless (because when they created their account, the encryption was still server-side), will be able to change their master password using the new client-side encryption system.

If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask here or contact us directly at info@mynxt.info. This is a first step, there is much more in the pipeline.

enjoy!

ps.: By the way, we have just upgraded the wallet server and implemented the new Nxt corporate layout:



UPDATE: It's done https://nxtforum.org/mynxt-info/annoucement-wallet-with-client-side-encryption-open-source-code/msg47661/#msg47661
« Last Edit: June 19, 2014, 07:44:37 am by abuelau »
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Re: Annoucement: Wallet with client-side encryption + Open source code
« Reply #9 on: June 10, 2014, 09:12:59 pm »

OUTSTANDING
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Re: Annoucement: Wallet with client-side encryption + Open source code
« Reply #10 on: June 10, 2014, 09:13:55 pm »

Awesome work!
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Re: Annoucement: Wallet with client-side encryption + Open source code
« Reply #11 on: June 10, 2014, 09:14:00 pm »

Marvelous!
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Re: Annoucement: Wallet with client-side encryption + Open source code
« Reply #12 on: June 10, 2014, 09:24:19 pm »

Cool!

Noob question: I was telling everybody that Nxt can be reached from every computer and Bitcoin are stored on one computer. I knew about blockchain.info, but told everyone that's not so safe, because it's centralized. Is your website less safe than the Nxt Wallet client? Or the same?
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« Reply #13 on: June 10, 2014, 09:34:29 pm »

Cool!

Noob question: I was telling everybody that Nxt can be reached from every computer and Bitcoin are stored on one computer. I knew about blockchain.info, but told everyone that's not so safe, because it's centralized. Is your website less safe than the Nxt Wallet client? Or the same?

The Blockchain.info wallet is very safe. Blockchain.info has no access to your wallet or your keys, what they store on their servers is encrypted.  MyNxt wallet will work the same way.
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Re: Annoucement: Wallet with client-side encryption + Open source code
« Reply #14 on: June 10, 2014, 09:53:48 pm »

I'd really like to see a version of MGW run on MyNxt.  Would be incredible to have deposit address's accessible anytime via MyNxt.info.  You could literally send BTC via blockchain.info to deposit address and then see it pop up on your AE account via MyNxt.  You guys should team up.
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« Reply #15 on: June 10, 2014, 09:54:54 pm »

I'd really like to see a version of MGW run on MyNxt.  Would be incredible to have deposit address's accessible anytime via MyNxt.info.  You could literally send BTC via blockchain.info to deposit address and then see it pop up on your AE account via MyNxt.  You guys should team up.

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Re: Annoucement: Wallet with client-side encryption + Open source code
« Reply #16 on: June 10, 2014, 09:58:00 pm »

This is great news!!!

Congrats to abuelau, mynxt.info investors + all Nxters! 

I'd really like to see a version of MGW run on MyNxt.  Would be incredible to have deposit address's accessible anytime via MyNxt.info.  You could literally send BTC via blockchain.info to deposit address and then see it pop up on your AE account via MyNxt.  You guys should team up.

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+10.1  ;)
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Re: Annoucement: Wallet with client-side encryption + Open source code
« Reply #17 on: June 10, 2014, 10:34:33 pm »

Cool!

Noob question: I was telling everybody that Nxt can be reached from every computer and Bitcoin are stored on one computer. I knew about blockchain.info, but told everyone that's not so safe, because it's centralized. Is your website less safe than the Nxt Wallet client? Or the same?

I have to be very frank about this: I love blockchain.info but I never, EVER leave more than 1 BTC there for more than a few mins. The reason I use it is for the small casual purchase where it's good to be able to pay with my mobile on the go.

The truth is that fully online systems will be more unsafe compared to desktop applications because they are exposed to every single skilled hacker in the world 24/7.

Blockchain.info has been around for a few years, they have dozens of employees, more than 20 coders, whereas we just started.

So my advice to EVERYONE is to use good judgement and never leave all your NXT in any online wallet, including mynxt.info. You should not leave more than a few thousand NXT there at most.

That being said, we never had any security issues and we will do everything we can to make the system as safe as possible, and with time as the technology evolves and we have new account control features, we expect that things will improve a lot.
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« Reply #18 on: June 10, 2014, 10:39:28 pm »

Cool!

Noob question: I was telling everybody that Nxt can be reached from every computer and Bitcoin are stored on one computer. I knew about blockchain.info, but told everyone that's not so safe, because it's centralized. Is your website less safe than the Nxt Wallet client? Or the same?

I have to be very frank about this: I love blockchain.info but I never, EVER leave more than 1 BTC there for more than a few mins. The reason I use it is for the small casual purchase where it's good to be able to pay with my mobile on the go.

The truth is that fully online systems will be more unsafe compared to desktop applications because they are exposed to every single skilled hacker in the world 24/7.

Blockchain.info has been around for a few years, they have dozens of employees, more than 20 coders, whereas we just started.

So my advice to EVERYONE is to use good judgement and never leave all your NXT in any online wallet, including mynxt.info. You should not leave more than a few thousand NXT there at most.

That being said, we never had any security issues and we will do everything we can to make the system as safe as possible, and with time as the technology evolves and we have new account control features, we expect that things will improve a lot.

Please make proper warning in the software. Thank you.
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Re: Annoucement: Wallet with client-side encryption + Open source code
« Reply #19 on: June 10, 2014, 10:50:17 pm »

Cool!

Noob question: I was telling everybody that Nxt can be reached from every computer and Bitcoin are stored on one computer. I knew about blockchain.info, but told everyone that's not so safe, because it's centralized. Is your website less safe than the Nxt Wallet client? Or the same?

I have to be very frank about this: I love blockchain.info but I never, EVER leave more than 1 BTC there for more than a few mins. The reason I use it is for the small casual purchase where it's good to be able to pay with my mobile on the go.

The truth is that fully online systems will be more unsafe compared to desktop applications because they are exposed to every single skilled hacker in the world 24/7.

Blockchain.info has been around for a few years, they have dozens of employees, more than 20 coders, whereas we just started.

So my advice to EVERYONE is to use good judgement and never leave all your NXT in any online wallet, including mynxt.info. You should not leave more than a few thousand NXT there at most.

That being said, we never had any security issues and we will do everything we can to make the system as safe as possible, and with time as the technology evolves and we have new account control features, we expect that things will improve a lot.

Please make proper warning in the software. Thank you.

Yes, that will be done. I am exaggerating a bit here because I don't want people to assume that online wallets (including blockchain.info, coinbase.com, mynxt.info) are super-safe and get too relaxed about security. We will be adding 2FA, backups, email notifications in the near future which will also improve security.
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