Intuitive Ease of use,  High Privacy,  User Private Keys Stored

Agama is a desktop wallet created by the SuperNet project. It is in beta form and available for testing (DEC 2017). It offers multiple features including more than 15 supported cryptocurrencies. It is open source and is expected to include a decentralized exchange using atomic swaps. There are 3 different modes which provide 3 different levels of security.

Agama has several rare features including peer to peer trading through atomic swaps. There are 3 modes: Basilisk, Full, and Native. Basilisk is a slower lightweight mode with no blockchain download, Full mode is fast and has good performance but requires blockchain download, while Native mode is similar to Full, but with advanced features and restricted to just some coins.

Company / organization behind the wallets

SuperNET is the organization behind the technology of the Agama multi-wallet and other projects like Komodo Swing wallet, Komodo paper wallet, Iguana app etc. SuperNET is a collaborative platform acting as an intermediary between diverse blockchain technologies offering smooth interoperability and a common framework of development for these technologies. The team has over 20 members.

Crypto Currencies Support

Language Support

  • Chinese
  • English
  • Russian
  • Spanish

Supported Systems

  • Windows
  • OSX
  • Linux

Agama wallet lacks some important security features such as Multi signature or 2 factor authentication. It would appear there focus is more on versatility than security. There are various ways to back up your keys depending on which mode you use.

Summary:

Security
Low
2 Factor Authentication
No
Multi-Signature
No
Private Keys Stored On
User
Storage Type
The user may choose hot or cold storage and is responsible for the set up
Transactions Validation
Full Node
Hierarchical Deterministic
No

What happens in the event of a disaster/theft/loss?

The user has a 'root key', 'recovery phrase' or 'word seed' that can be used to regenerate private keys.

The Agama wallet platform has multi-currency support and a built-in exchange. The design is modern and the interface is intuitive so it provides average usability. Since it is still in the development phase, users are advised to proceed with caution.

Summary:

Agama is an open-source, desktop multi-currency wallet provided by the SuperNet project and still in the development phase. It has some uncommon features: support for more than 15 altcoins, decentralized built-in exchange and 3 types of modes for handling security. Users should be aware that the wallet is still in its testing phase and may be prone to glitches.

Ease of use
Intuitive
Suitable For
Millennials
Account activation process
Simple
Transaction fees
Dynamic Transaction fees
Setup fee
$0.00

Functionality:

  • Exchange coins crypto to crypto

Agama has several rare features including peer to peer trading through atomic swaps. There are 3 modes: Basilisk, Full, and Native. Basilisk is a slower lightweight mode with no blockchain download, Full mode is fast and has good performance but requires blockchain download, while Native mode is similar to Full, but with advanced features and restricted to just some coins.

The wallet platform has built the exchange function in their own software and manages it locally.

Help and
support:

  • FAQ section
  • Email
  • Peer to Peer assistance
  • Forum
  • Slack
  • Reddit
  • Support page

Most common
customer complaint:

General technical issues