FinTap app is a secure multi-functional wallet with an integrated chat, that allows users to deposit, store and send their assets, both crypto, and fiat. The app is an element of Exscudo ecosystem powered by EON blockchain technology.
This cross-topic article is dedicated to the process of getting started, gradually reviewing the procedures of:
This article does not provide detailed explanations on any of the covered topics, rather providing a quick review of the big picture with references to dedicated Knowledge Base articles.
FinTap app is available for the following operating systems in their respective stores:
The stepwise installation how-to will guide you through, so you can proceed to the next stage.
To use the latest implemented enhancements, and to avoid issues that have already been fixed, make sure you are always on the latest version of FinTap app.
In the process of installation, FinTap app registers various wallets for all supported currencies/assets. But these (with the exception of the EON wallet that serves the master wallet for other supported assets/currencies in the framework of utilizing the colored coins technology) need to be activated in order to be used for receiving and sending payments.
See the Enabling a new wallet, viewing wallet details and exploring the interface section of this article for a detailed how-to. Once done, you are good to go. Still, there are a couple of other steps to progress through.
Securing your assets and operations is the first thing you need after installing and configuring a FinTap account, and the app.
Make sure you apply the following security layers to the app and the account:
You can find more tips on securing your account and device in this article.
Now, that you have applied essential security measures aimed at not letting your assets be stolen, it is time to prevent access to them from being lost, proceeding to the next step.
Under some circumstances, access to a FinTap wallet may be lost, with the consequent need to restore it. Which, in its turn, requires a restore point, created, kept and used.
During the initial setup, a Secret key is created. The key is essentially the most important instrument in accessing one's wallet, and so it has to be backed up at all times, so that in case of an emergency, users can swiftly and safely restore access to their assets. Backing up can be performed via a QR-code or by saving the Secret key.
In a situation when users need to restore access to their wallets due to, say, loading the app from an entirely new device, they would need to use their previously created backup to do so.
Should a situation in which the secret key is not backed up and other means of restoration of access are unavailable to the user, there is a great risk of the wallet, as well as any stored assets, being lost permanently without any means of recovery.
Once the initial steps to secure the wallet and apply backups are taken, it is extremely important to ensure that the highest possible level of security is maintained when Fintap app is used.
Your device is the first line of defense for your account, so ensuring that it is being used in a safe and secure environment is critical. As such it is important to keep in mind the following core rules:
Following this set of general rules will provide you with a stable basis for safe and secure operations via the Fintap app. Nonetheless, in terms of security it is always recommended to go an extra mile. Check this article for more recommendations.