How to install MathWallet iOS TestFlight version

TestFlight version MathWallet has more functions than AppStore version.

What’s TestFlight?

TestFlight is an online service for helping developers test beta versions of their apps.

Install TestFlight Version MathWallet

1 Install TestFlight in the AppStore

2 Install MathWallet TestFlight version


Click 'iPhone App' – 'TestFlight Version'

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Then click 'Install TestFlight Version' button

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If you cannot install the TestFlight version, please make sure you backup the wallets, uninstall the AppStore version, then install the TestFlight version.

Learn more about TestFlight

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Math’s work summary for Cosmos


  1. We built MathWallet which supports Cosmos on all platforms including iOS/Android/Chrome Extension/Web (
  2. We also built wallet and staking tools for other chains based on Cosmos SDK including IRISnet, Hashgard etc
  3. We create articles about cosmos wallet and staking (
  4. Videos about cosmos wallet and staking ( |
  5. Open source cosmos web wallet to the developer community (
  6. Develop API for community to develop more application ( and here is the app which is built by a community team using this API

If you like what we have done, please remember to stake your ATOM to ‘MathWallet’ in the validators list.

MathWallet starts FIO account pre-sale



What is FIO account

FIO is developing the FIO Protocol, a decentralized open-source blockchain protocol, that will enable greatly enhanced user experience inside the FIO enabled wallets, exchanges and applications of their choice.

With the FIO Protocol enabled, the sending and receiving of crypto tokens and coins from any blockchain on any wallet or exchange will be come easy and error free.

Similar to ENS or EOS account name, but it is multi-chain support.

To be simple, if you buy santoshi:math, your friends can fill santoshi:math in the receive’s address to send you BTC/ETC/EOS/BNB and all other token.

Advantage of FIO

Wallets and exchanges are enabled through the protocol with enhanced workflow and usability for token transfers occurring on any and every blockchain. And this is accomplished without getting in the middle of the underlying transaction and without requiring any changes to other blockchain protocols.

And lots of wallets will support FIO protocol including Math & Trust etc.


How to participate

1 You can reserve yourname:math FIO account

2 You can bid your own domain, ex: bitcoin

How to reserve yourname:math FIO account

1 Price

During pre-sale stage, each account only cost 2 USDC,and later it will be 5 USDC each

2 Username Requirements

Minimum character: 1
Maximum characters: 48
Allows characters: ASCII a-z 0-9 – (dash symbol)
Not case sensitive – everything is converted to lowercase

Search ‘FIO’ in the DAPP list in MathWallet, or in to start.

How to bid your own domain

Search and bid the domain name you would like

How to pay

1 You will need to pay USDC (ERC20 token) in Ethereum wallet。

2 Where can I get USDC?

You can use Swap in MathWallet to swap your ETH/BTC/EOS/etc to USDC, or you can buy USDC in Binance / Huobi / OKex。


Q: Can you resell mine account to others in the future?
A: Transfer functionality will be enabled within the first year after mainnet launch

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KSM Claim in MathWallet (After Genesis)

For DOT holders who did not complete KSM claim steps before the Kusama genesis.

1 Create Kusama address

Install MathWallet Browser Extension

In MathWallet Browser Extension Switch Network to ‘Kusama’

Create a new Kusama address, and finish the backup process

2 Open ‘Claim’ app in Polkadot Web Wallet

Click the blue【Web Wallet】button or visit

In the web wallet left menu click【Setting】, change the config as below, and then click【Save & Reload】

In the web wallet left menu click【Claim Tokens】, select the Kusama address and click ‘Continue’

Copy the text in ‘Sign ETH transaction’

3 Sign the text using ETH wallet

In MathWallet Browser Extension Switch Network to ‘Ethereum’

Select the ETH wallet which contains your DOT token (you will need to import the ETH wallet to MathWallet Browser Extension first)


Click the ‘Web3’ button for login

Paste the text you got in the Polkadot web wallet, and then click ‘Sign Message’

In the popup window click ‘Confirm’

Copy the text in Signature

4 Back to Kusama wallet and finish the claim process

In MathWallet Browser Extension Switch Network to ‘Kusama’ gain

And paste the text you got after the Signature into the Polkadot web wallet

Click ‘Confirm claim’, and the page will show the KSM number you can claim

Click ‘Redeem’ to finish the claim process

How to setup 2FA for Cloud wallet

Enter the MathWallet Google 2FA setting, and copy the code

Then you will need a authenticator app, both Authy and Google Authenticator works.

“Authy” setup steps

Install “Authy” in the AppStore or PlayStore



You need to use mobile to register Authy. And in the future you can you this account to restore your codes.

Choise “Enter key manually”

Copy the code from mathwallet

Then you will get the dynamic 6 digits, enter the digits back to MathWallet, then it’s all set.

“Google Authenticator” setup steps

Install “Google Authenticator” in the AppStore or PlayStore



Google Authenticator do not need any registration

Type “MathWallet” as account name, and copy the code from MathWallet

Then you will get the dynamic 6 digits, enter the digits back to MathWallet, then it’s all set.

Note: you cannot transfer Google Authenticator to other device, if you lost your device, you will have to contact MathWallet customer service to reset the 2FA.