CoinKeep, hosted at CoinKeep.info, is an unverified and untrustworthy platform posing as a Bitcoin wallet.
Incepted only a few short months ago, there is essentially no consumer feedback regarding this alleged Bitcoin wallet while the lack of transparency regarding their operation raises suspicion.
To find out more regarding the CoinKeep platform and whether CoinKeep.info is a scam, we invite you to read our impartial review.
CoinKeep is an online platform that claims to be an industry leading Bitcoin wallet.
Apart from supporting Bitcoin, CoinKeep also supports Bitcoin Cash while allegedly operating “5x more faster than other wallets and exchanges in comparison.”
To add, CoinKeep.info states that they harbor the lowest possible exchange rates while not reflecting any fees for consumers who send Bitcoin.
As you will learn for yourself, CoinKeep.info is willing to say just about anything as long as you are more likely to deposit bitcoins into their platform – only to never see them again.
To simplify, although CoinKeep states that they are a Bitcoin wallet, their site is structured more along the lines of an exchange, but don’t be fooled, no one is actually using their platform to store, send or buy cryptocurrencies.
CoinKeep features a little FAQ drop box about half way down their web page.
According to the drop box, CoinKeep does not possess any transaction fees while all transactions are conducted instantaneously.
Further down in the same drop box, however, CoinKeep goes on to mention that they employ a 1% transaction fee to cover miner fees, storage and the cost of their service.
In addition, “during times of blockchain congestion, withdrawals may have an additional fee to ensure fast delivery.”
Personally, we have no idea what these idiots are playing at.
Saying that they have to tack on additional fees too ‘ensure fast delivery’ is just another way of hiding the fact that these low-lifes are going to charge you at every opportunity they can get.
The minimum transaction size of deposits allowed is 0.0002 Bitcoin, while user-to-user transactions with BitcoinWallet.com is 0.00000001 Bitcoin (1 satoshi).
CoinKeep makes reference to the entity BitcoinWallet.com because they essentially copied and pasted the entire FAQ section from that site to theirs.
Whether CoinKeep is a spawn of BitcoinWallet we are uncertain, but the evidence suggests that this appears to be the case.
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What is certain though would be that BitcoinWallet.com employs stock photos to serve as fictitious founders behind BitcoinWallet.com.
Red Flags & Question Marks
CoinKeep possess many red flags that we plan to further address below but for starters it is either affiliated or created by the scammers behind BitcoinWallet.com.
In addition, when you click on the “Service” tab featured at CoinKeep.info, it redirects you to yet another Bitcoin wallet known as Godzone Credit Exchange, which appears to be structured as not only a phishing scam but also an investment scam.
The CoinKeep.info Scam Test
Is there information regarding the owners of the site?
CoinKeep.info info does not disclose any information regarding their current owners or operators anywhere upon their site.
When researching further into BitcoinWallet.com, however, we found reference to a corporate entity known as FFC, LLC which is allegedly headquartered from 77 South Washington Street, Suite 304, Rockville, MD 20850, United States.
Last but not least, we also searched for any reference to an overseeing entity at GodzoneCreditExchange.com, only to find reference to Global Advertising Internet Network Limited.
Unfortunately, we were unable to verify Global Advertising Internet Network Limited as an existing entity, which makes us believe this entity does not truly exist.
How old is the website?
CoinKeep.info was a privately acquired domain that was registered on September 24th, 2018 through the NameCheap, Inc. registrar.
Does the site have a physical address?
CoinKeep.info does not disclose any identifying information anywhere upon their site while their connected entities locations are questionable at best.
Are any legitimate sites associated with the website?
The only sites we found associated with CoinKeep.info would be BitcoinWallet.com and GodzoneCreditExchange.com, both of which are extremely untrustworthy and more than likely scams.
Is there community feedback regarding CoinKeep.info?
During the time of writing this review (December 21st, 2018), CoinKeep.info did not possess any community feedback.
CoinKeep.info Review Conclusion
CoinKeep is another scam operation trying to come off as a legitimate and top-rated Bitcoin wallet.
Associated with untrustworthy entities, it is our believe that these connected scam operations are just the start of a much bigger scam in the making.
Giving the information disclosed in our honest review above, we obviously are not advising any investor to give CoinKeep.info your time, money or good faith.