Currently, there are no official Mina wallets created by the Mina Foundation, however, Many Mina holders use the Clorio Wallet for holding and delegating their Mina away from an exchange. In order to make sure the App is totally safe and secure the Mina Foundation commissioned a full security audit on all the code. The company, Least Authority has now published the results from their exhaustive audit. You can download the full report here, or visit their website for more information.
The good news is that while Least Authority have made a couple of recommendations for future versions of the Clorio wallet (mainly with regards to the way the app is updated and the creation of the keys), it was found to be safe and secure.
Please take note that this report and audit is dated from Friday 16th July 2021 and subsequent reports and audits may be done.
https://t.co/mzHGvLJJqS, a non-custodial wallet to store, stake, and use $MINA tokens, has now concluded a security audit conducted by @LeastAuthority.— Mina Protocol (@MinaProtocol) July 16, 2021
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