FloVault will be taken offline after we have moved users off of FloVault onto the Alexandria wallet in the coming months.
For immediate use, you can migrate your wallet off of FloVault to any wallets supported on flo.cash. However, if you wish to use this wallet on Alexandria you should not need to do anything other than wait for the new service to come online.
FloVault has been around for quite a few years now, but however has not recieved any updates because of the large amoung of work being done elsewhere. It was initially created to use as a Wallet backend for Alexandria.io, however our wallet needs have moved beyond what FloVault can provide.
Your wallet is encrypted before it touches our servers. Unlike other Florincoin wallet services, we NEVER see your private keys, and are unable to access your funds.
We love Open Source software as much as you do, which is why we have all of our source code publicly available for you to investigate on GitHub
FloVault is extremely easy to use, send and receive Florincoins without downloading any software
FloVault is an online wallet service which uses in-browser cryptography to reduce the risk of the coin operator running with the funds. This same system is used by Blockchain.info - a well known online Bitcoin wallet (UNAFFILIATED WITH FloVault).
When you login to FloVault, your browser sends your identifier to our server, we return an encrypted version of your wallet with the AES algorithm, your browser then decrypts this using your password (which is never sent to the server) to load your private keys used to sign transactions.
FloVault is based on Litevault which was made by Someguy123:
"I am a trusted website developer within the Litecoin community responsible for various services including the Litecoin Block Explorer, and administrating various official Litecoin resources such as the Wiki and IRC.
I feel Litecoin hasn’t had enough backing or support, so this is my contribution."
The backend was built in Node.JS, For the frontend Bootstrap was used (and completely re-styled) for the HTML and CSS to ensure a good, responsive layout was possible, allowing the website to work well on mobiles, tablets and computers.