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Scan MintID silver and gold products to verify it’s Authenticity in real time

The MintID app allows users to verify the authenticity of their gold and silver products in real time. Each MintID gold and silver product is equipped with a locked and AES-128 bit encrypted NFC micro-chip giving each product is own unique digital identity. Unlike QR codes, barcodes, and florescent inks MintID custom encrypted micro-chips cannot be cloned or duplicated. MintID works directly with several nationally recognized and ISO-9001 rated mints to adhere our micro-chips guarantying full supply chain visibility from mint to authorized distributor to consumer.

MintID app users will be able to view the following info with each Authentic Scan:
Product Specifications:
Product Image
Unique Serial Number
Product Name
Product Description
Metal Content
IRA Eligibility
Buy: Allows MintID buyers the ability to shop for additional products from Authorized MintID distributors
Sell: Allows MintID users the ability to send MintID authenticated product specs directly to MintID authorized dealers to receive real time email bids.

MintID works with all iPhone models 8 and higher with updated iOS13 software.
Please visit www.MintID.com for detailed instructions or email us at info@MintID.com for support.

Ratings and Reviews

2.6 out of 5
36 Ratings

36 Ratings

AlanCB ,

iPhone XR, IOS 14.2 WiFi problem

The application would create an error message when scanning the coin. Requested help from Mint ID and immediately I was notified and was helped. Long story, short; my WiFi was the reason the application was not working correctly. But with cellular data ON and WiFi OFF; the application worked like it was supposed to.
This is a short term work-around until Mint ID can resolve the compatibility issue with Apple and WiFi. The application a
So needs better documentation too.

beantownballa ,

Great App — user error?

Based on other reviews, I believe most of the issues are sounding more like user/device error...legit all you gotta do is just tap your phone on your product and your all done — this isn’t rocket science here...

I say this because i had zero issues at all...I just rec’d my first two MintID products (5oz. Bar & 1oz. Round) and so I downloaded the app and registered, and because NFC is always running on iOS, and using my iPhone 11 Pro - I tapped the backside-tip of the phone (aka top section of the back of the phone) on the bar and BOOM! Results = GENUINE! Super easy, super quick, I love it. So far 2 for 2 genuine results & more to come...

I believe this app should have a higher rating than it currently has because it seems to work just fine. There’s no easier or efficient way to confirm the identity of your product, especially these days with so much counterfeit product and so many scams out there, sometimes it could be hard to tell...but not with MintID! So big shout out to the devs and creators of MintID by helping reassure authenticity with such ease! THANK YOU!!

afektmedia ,


MintID needs to update their instructions on their website. First, there is no setting on iPhones to turn on NFC scanning as the instructions say to do. After researching, all iPhones always have NFC running in the background.
This app also requires you to physically tap the coin, bar or product you are trying to scan. This can damage iPhone’s glass backing. It should work like Apple Pay without banging your phone.

Again horrible instructions as everyone assumes that when an app says to tap, they are thinking to tap your finger when the alert pops up that instructs to tap. One must tap your actual phone on the physical product to get the app to initiate the scan. Be careful not to damage your phone.

This must be changed as I can’t imagine to continue to bang my $1200 iPhone with it’s glass backing against bars of hard silver and gold in order to scan. The developers must update this app with ability to initiate the scan without having to physically tap the phone. I only did this on the MintID plastic roll of silver rounds and will not use this for actual metals until they update.
After spending over 40 minutes trying to scan using iPhone 11max pro with no luck and having to figure this out by research this whole concept of scanning is useless without an update and better support instructions. Embarrassing for a app targeted to customers to protect their authenticity of gold.

App Privacy

The developer, MintID, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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