Go Pocket, Multi-chain Wallet Focusing On Real-time Security Services, Is Now Officially Open Source

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The multi-chain safe wallet Go Pocket was officially open-sourced on GitHub on March 4th. It has now realized multiple user-oriented security functions including one-click security detection, risky token submission and identification, real-time risk monitoring and management.

Open Source Announcement
Go Pocket Mobile App is open sourced!

6 reasons to choose Go Pocket crypto wallet

One-Click Security Detection
Risky Token Submission
Real-Time Risk Monitoring and Managementhttps://t.co/O6J7CBobGk

— Go Pocket (@gopocketwallet) March 4, 2022

Go Pocket is a non-custodial wallet that provides comprehensive, real-time, and scenario-based security services for crypto investors. It blocks malicious attacks and effectively protects users’ assets by virtue of proactive and comprehensive risk management strategies. Out of excellent security protection, Go Pocket is also featured with a user-friendly interface and NFT management.


As a crypto wallet, the Go Pocket token security function is powered by Go+ security API, which develops a complete, dynamic and automatic security detecting platform, including token detection, real-time risk warning, dApp contract security, and interaction security. Go+ security API has also supported Arbiproject for projects security reference on Arbitrum and AVE DEX for token security detection.

About Go+ Security

Go+ Security is an open, permissionless, user-driven security service platform for all types of blockchain users which supports independent security risk submitting, quick risk detection, and results from feedback.

Go+ Security aims to build the boundary of Web3 security and help general investors avoid potential risks. It also provides a token detection portal for all investors for free.

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