CoinUs shows disrespect to foreign investors by not localizing their official website to the English language. After I read the review, the project really caught my interest. The idea of a hybrid digital wallet that supports different kinds of cryptocurrencies is what this industry desperately needs, but CoinUS won't be able to succeed if they focus only on Korean customers. Certainly, the investors from South Korea are solvent, but they alone can't ensure the future financial well-being for CoinUs.
Nick2567 September 24, 2020 Reply
It appears that CoinUs decided to focus its attention only the investors from South Korea because when I went to the official website, it turned out that it hasn't been localized to English, not to mention other popular languages. All the information that might have helped me to get acquainted with the concept behind CoinUs is written in Korean. I had Google Translate to help me fish out some key details, though most information came out as some gibberish. This is a very big flaw for a project that organizes the token sale.
CryptoGuru September 15, 2019 Reply
When it comes to crypto wallets, I like to keep things a bit on the conservative side. I have my Trezor hardware wallet and I am totally happy with it. However, it doesn't mean that I shouldn't explore new possibilities, like the CoinUs wallet here. By exploring, I don't mean that intend to purchase it or invest in this startup. At least, not at this stage of their development. It's definitely a plus that CoinUs had already launched the mobile app, but it will certainly have plenty of bugs. I will wait till they release a few updated versions and then try it out.
Tim August 6, 2019 Reply
The project also has a 27-page long white paper that interested investors should read thoroughly before deciding whether or not they wish to support the project and participate in its ICO.
Axel August 1, 2019 Reply
So far, the project received average ratings, although its vision is decent enough. As another wallet, it certainly has a lot of competition, although the fact that it offers easy one-time backups is in interesting addition that is sure to draw attention. It has a large, good team, although it currently seems to lack advisors. Still, there is likely still quite a bit of time before its ICO comes to pass, so additional changes are more than possible.
Jared July 17, 2019 Reply
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