Is there a mobile wallet that can store ETN and interact with the ETN blockchain that has control over its own keys?
From what I can gather, it is only the electroneum-CLI wallet that can do this. All the other wallets need to log in to the ETN server to get their credentials, which is a terrible security model. The latest security breach highlights the shortcomings of this model and we are advised to simply store large amounts of ETN on a paper wallet. Normal mobile wallets that use locally generated and store private keys do not suffer from such security breaches of some server somewhere else.
I like the idea and model of the current ETN wallet to so that non-technical users can recover their funds if their device is stolen, but I believe there is a need for a much more secure mobile wallet that can interact with the blockchain.
This security model that I am referring to is well established by all other wallets and I find it weird that ETN does not have one. All that the wallet needs to do is generate its own private keys, and allow you to write down the seed words to regenerate the wallet as a backup. These wallets will not be susceptible to hacker attacks on the ETN servers, and are ONLY susceptible to hacker attacks on the device itself.
I also see that there are no multicoin wallets able to store ETN. Why is this?
I find multicoin wallets very useful in that I only need to backup the seed words for one wallet that can hold and interact with many crypto coins.