New Algorand Web Wallet - Testnet and Mainnet

We have a launched the first algorand web wallet. No more command lines needed.

Works now on both, Testnet and Mainnet. Hardware wallet support coming shortly as well.

please go ahead and try it here: www.myalgo.com

twitter:@myalgo_

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It looks great! Nice to have this

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Can I make a suggestion ?
Instead of having the user enter his mnemonic, have the user enter her public key.
Later on, when the user would want to send money, ask her to complement the public key with the actual mnemonic.
That would drive more traffic to the site, and (hopefully) help to build trust.

Are you suggesting a similar functionality to the algoexplorer? Like using be public key to access the history of an address?

Correct. It sounds like a similar functionality.
( which isn’t super clear on the algoexplorer; on a wallet application, you might want to be able to name the recipients )

Can I make a security improvement?

myetherwallet scores an A grade:

https://securityheaders.com/?q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.myetherwallet.com%2F&followRedirects=on

Myalgo wallet scores an F grade which should be improved imo:

We are working on it and also to improve the wallet.

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Hi @GrumpyDumpy. Fixed.

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I noticed :)…thanks well done

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Thank you for the feedback! Please we welcome everyone to keep giving us as much feedback; after all My Algo wallet is for all the Algorand community.

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Hello michel. I set up my wallet , but every time I go to the site I have to accept a disclamer and create a new password? how do I access the wallet I already set up? thanks :blush:

Sodoerrno, the message appears when there is no data stored in your browser.

My guess is that it could be for one of the following reasons:

  1. you are browsing in incognito mode
  2. a problem with the particular browser you might be using that doesnt store website data
  3. some installed plugins that are impeding local data storage

What browser and version of it are you accessing the wallet through? Do you have any particular plug in that might be causing the problem?

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Hey, you’re right. I’m using “private browsing” mode on FireFox. For privacy and security I always use my firefox on private/incognito mode. Now that I need to store data for my Web Wallet I disabled “private browsing” and it works just fine, but I’m still keeping my “clear history when FireFox closes” enabled, this means whenever I restart FireFox I’ll have to go through the disclaimer and new password form, which is fine I guess. I’ll create a new account and import my wallet address whenever I need to use it.

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