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Exodus  Review


About company:

Exodus is a financial platform for the exchange, transfer and storage of crypto money, consisting of:
desktop wallet – a program for computer devices that supports more than 130 assets;
mobile application;
Trezor hardware wallet;
Exodus crypto applications.
Exodus Wallet in numbers:
It has been operating since 2015.
Supports about 100 kinds of coins.
The platform has passed 200+ updates.
Every 2 weeks there is a release of new software.
Technical support 24/7.
The Exodus app works on Windows, MacOS, Linux, Android, iOS. Just download and install the application. There is no registration or verification.
List of supported coins
Exodus Wallet provides access to 100+ coins: ZRX; Aragon (ANT); Augur (REP); Bancor (BNT); BAT (BAT); Bitcoin (BTC); Bitcoin Cash (BCH); Bitcoin Gold (BTG); Civic (CVC); Dash (DASH); Decree (DCR); District0x (DNT); Edgeless (EDG); EOS; ETH Classic (ETC); Ethereum (ETH); FirstBlood (1ST); Fun Fair (FUN); Gnosis (GNO); iExec RLC (RLC); Litecoin (LTC); Matchpool (GUP); Numeraire (NMR); OmiseGo (OMG); Status (SNT); WeTrust (TRST); Wings (WINGS), etc.
In addition to depositing and withdrawing money, the user can conduct online currency exchange in Exodus. The system also has a built-in exchange: you can buy and sell currencies without leaving your Exodus account.
How to use Exodus Wallet
On the website, the user can download the Exodus Wallet program, install it on a computer or smartphone. The installation process takes up to 3 minutes and runs automatically. The next step is to enter the program. The Portfolio tab contains basic information about the user, where you can also replenish the wallet. To do this, select the Send assets to well section, indicate which card or account you want to transfer from, deposit the amount and confirm the operation.
In the Wallet section, you can already replenish or withdraw cryptocurrency directly from your wallet. Here you can set the option to display the value of the cryptocurrency in fiat.
Exchange is a section for the direct exchange of cryptocurrencies among themselves. Operations are carried out at the market rate. Assets is a block for adding or removing cryptocurrencies. The Localization section is designed to select the fiat currency into which the amount on the account is automatically transferred. Themes is a category for personalizing the interface and widgets.
Sending and receiving money occurs through a unique generated address or QR code.
Exodus Wallet limits and fees
The transaction has a dynamic commission. It is calculated depending on the load of the service, sent to the miners for raising the operation in the queue. It cannot be changed or cancelled. At the same time, Exodus Wallet itself does not charge for its services, replenishment and withdrawal are free of charge (only a commission from the client bank or payment system is possible).
Exodus Wallet is a multi-currency wallet with the functions of an exchange and an exchanger. It supports both the most popular liquid coins as well as coins with low capitalization. Cryptocurrency owners should read the current reviews before conducting operations.

8 responses to “Exodus  Review”

  1. After receiving a LTC transaction, the balance I had and the LTC I received were instantly transferred somewhere else and left me with exactly ZERO balance. It happened while I was on the phone. My desktop app hadn’t been used for weeks and I had made transactions recently with no issues. I also don’t install random software on my pc/phone.

    Support has not replied and my money is just gone.

    Update : Support replied with a non-answer pointless response and did not even take notice of my writings and the actual situation. AVOID.

    Simply avoid using Exodus is my advice.

  2. Now a days it’s really nice that your customer service is so responsive. I can tell you how comforting that is.

    Thank you

  3. One day I opened my wallet and had to sync to the blockchain after some time not using it. After syncing all my XMR just disappeared, zero. Nothing. Resetting wallet height did not help as suggested by exodus support in the begging. Only after more emails they suggested a different way, downgrading it to older version and larger protion of my balance is now back. So they DO HELP, support is there. But I do not know about reliability of their software because this is often in exodus, some issues after updating can cause You a lot of stress.

  4. Nice website. The email support I received about 2 or 3 years ago was fast and helpful. My only complaint is after I update my software its only a few days before, again, it prods me to update. If I dont, my display reverts to “do you want to update?”. I would like the screen to NOT flip off my holdings screen all the time. Maybe monthly or quarterly. Otherwise I am happy with you.

  5. I really appreciate the reliability, the easy to understand, the attractive layout, Exodus is very much an essential part of my crypto management – I genuinely recommend this to everyone having online dealings with crypto.
    Exodus is the best of the best!

  6. It just makes the whole crypto experience more straightforward – less daunting. Easy to use. Good interface. It would get the 5th star if it could make the web 3 a little clearer!!

  7. I have been an Exodus DESKTOP user for many years now, and really love the desktop wallet, so I decided to give the Web 3 wallet a try-out. (And let me add that I consider myself relatively experienced in the crypto world. I have been trading crypto on exchanges since 2013.)
    I find the Web 3 wallet to be counter-intuitive. It feels muddled and confusing. I clicked through all the buttons and couldn’t figure out if it’s a proper Web 3 wallet or the extension version of the desktop. It seems like a hybrid that is neither Web 3 nor regular Web 2 wallet.
    For instance – I could not find where the option was to choose the blockchain on which I wanted to transact, or even where I could see which chain I was on.
    I am all for the simplification of Web 3 UIs, which are still very tech-geeky at the moment, but the Exodus Web 3 wallet, while it looks simple and easy, has a confusing architecture and seems to be missing some crucial Web 3 functions.
    Anyway, that’s what it felt like to me. So I disabled it and went back to using Metamask.

  8. There is no 3rd party verification such as a text message, email or Google authentication. My password was stolen and they took about $ 70 k

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