Incognito crypto wallet 17+

Hold & buy Bitcoin anonymously

Incognito Core Team LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 3.8 • 113 Ratings
    • Free



Enable privacy for any of your cryptocurrencies, and any of your crypto activities. Hide your Bitcoin balance, obscure your Ether history, or buy DAI privately – all from the Incognito wallet.

Incognito doesn’t ask for your ID, or expose your transactional history. It’s the only way to hold, send, buy and sell any cryptocurrency with true anonymity.

Incognito uses zero-knowledge proofs optimized for mobile so you can:

- Trade: buy and sell crypto anonymously
- Send & Receive: transfer coins confidentially
- Hold: turn your public coins into privacy coins
- Invest: grow your crypto anonymously
- Stake: run a Node to power privacy and earn crypto

Don’t leave yourself exposed. Go Incognito. It’s non-custodial, decentralized, and completely open-source.

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What’s New

Version 5.14.0

- Upgrade target SDK version 33

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
113 Ratings

113 Ratings ,

Finally, a crypto project that doesn’t make me want to vomit

If you value your privacy, this is your new wallet. I’ve been using it since February, and it was great then, but they’ve already made huge improvements. It’s rare to find a crypto project that starts with a usable product and only gets better. I haven’t had a problem with it yet, and if I do I doubt it will last. It’s a relatively new project, but not like the rest of them. No ICO, not a pump and dump coin. Heck, you don’t even need their coin unless you want to join the network. Overall, I’d say if you’re not in it for a quick buck and value your personal data, this is the way to go.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the kind words! We'll keep working hard at making improvements.

Jerrywats ,

Done with this now

October 4th, 2021-Well, it’s been over 2 years now that I have had 2 running pnodes and this wallet. While at first it was unusable, it got better over time.
But they retraced.
Now you have to have PRV, the native token to make any trades or to withdraw. When you try their in-app faucet it sends you 0 PRV.

They also introduced slashing, so if you buy a node, you can now wake up to it being unusable and you have to either email support (it’s a privacy token where you have to email support to get what you paid for back up and running-seriously with your email attached and everything), refund 1,750 PRV, which is close to $3,000 USD at the moment, or have it fully staked already with 1,750 PRV and “pray” all of that is sent back to you so you can reuse those funds to restake your node only for you to go through slashing again, which means you repeat it all again hoping it goes well, which is absurd.

If you send to this wallet cross chain, from Binance or ETH, the fees are like double, it was like 300 DAI in fees to send like 50 DAI.

If you withdraw from this wallet and you don’t use LTC you will absolutely pay double to 10x the amount of the fees you get from ETH normally which are already insane, and the team pockets that mainly.

So, in conclusion, it was garbage, loved it, back to garbage. It’s highly centralized, and not truly private, if you have a VPN, a common privacy tool (LOL) then it will mess up, it’s funny and sad.

0 stars if possible.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for such a detailed review, and for keeping it updated. We hope your experience has since gotten even better!

mashandrr ,

Pretty fantastic in every way

I can’t find any other way to use all my coins anonymously, so I’d still use Incognito even if it sucked. The good thing is, it doesn’t. The community is super activity, and you can access it right from the app so I can get answers pretty quickly. The rewards options and staking pools are great, and fees are sooooo small. All around it’s just fantastic. I haven’t found a flaw yet, except maybe the design, but that keeps changing for the better so I’m not worried. Thanks for such an awesome app!

App Privacy

The developer, Incognito Core Team LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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