*Warning: we reviewed this wallet the same we always review wallets but have noticed many bad reviews and complaints about this wallet. Besides that, we could not find any utility to the Korvio (KRO) token. That is corresponding with the Korvio wallet and did not get any response from the Korvio team. We did not however let this affect our review too much. We do however want to warn you about this wallet as we find it to be very suspicious.*
Korvio wallet claims to be a Multichain Blockchain Technology with features as, No broker fees, transparent holdings, no legacy banking fees, or expensive fund managers, where you can sell or exchange your coins without restriction after the initial holding period.
The Korvio wallet went for a 2 color design using business blue and white. Although easy to figure out it is not very attractive looking. The Wallet App is designed simply with all 5 basic functions on the opening screen. These functions are Home (balance check), sending, transactions overview, Swap, and receive page. All these tabs are again organized in a small side menu in the left corner of the screen. The wallet is very simplistic but quite easy to understand. A weird thing about the Korvio wallet however is that it is required to sign-up using an email address while it claims to be a non-custodial wallet with the possibility to get your recovery phrase. And after having signed up you will need a long and confusing Wallet ID to log in to the app every time.
When It comes to extra features (besides sending and receiving crypto) Korvio Wallet offers the following.
- Swap from BTC to KRO and back (*please read warning*)
- A transaction overview
- Shows some Korvio (KRO) token stats
Pros and Cons
- Simple in use
- Unnecessary login system
- A Double menu
- No response from team + outdated website
Like every other Wallet out there, Korvio wallet has flaws and missing things. The flaws that we point out are of course based on our personal opinion. And we would like to point out that they don’t always have to be a hindrance to anyone.
The Korvio wallet looks not so great. But is simple in its use, so like every other wallet it could use some improvements. With Korvio the number 1 thing we would like to see is some response from the team. This so we can see if they are legit or not. Besides that, it would be very nice to see a more UI/UX-friendly design that gives users a more welcoming feeling to the App. And last but not least, it would be nice to see the double menu removed as it is very unnecessary and can be confusing for new users.
We are not a fan of the Korvio wallet because of the way it shows itself to the world and the lag of explanation of its KRO token. The styling and the focus of the Korvio wallet is extremely boring but honestly is simple and very understandable in its use. Overall the wallet does seem to work as it should but we would still like you to be very cautious as it raises a lot of red flags. Because of this, the Korvio wallet scores a low of 1.2 out of 5 stars.
We hope you enjoyed our Korvio Wallet review. In case you do not agree with our opinion? You can write your own Korvio wallet review here! And also check out what other people think about the Korvio wallet.
Extra note: So always check the date of this review to see if it is relevant. Wallets can add new functions and change designs to improve their product so a bad review now won’t mean they can’t be great in the future.