Can someone confirm if the Android app currently is capable of doing this? It doesn’t seem to work on my end.
You are correct, Ethereum certs are known not to verify in the Android app at this time. It’s definitely on the list
alright, thanks for the quick reply
@lparker any update on this please. can the android app work with ethereum now?
As far as I know, yes.
Hi again, so that means the wallet: GitHub - blockchain-certificates/wallet-android: An Android app for Blockcerts has some configuration or feature that can be used to create Ethereum public - private keys to share with issuer and receive certificate?
Kind of, though that feature is kind of tucked away a little bit. I don’t want to misspeak here - I believe that the app might only be creating Bitcoin public keys, rather than managing an Ethereum wallet as well. The way the submission and signing works, the issuer is responsible for transacting with the Ethereum network.
The app doesn’t expose the typical features of a proper wallet, such as the ability to transact on the network. It just creates the public key and knows how to respond to an invitation to receive certificates from an issuer.
Personally, I am not an expert on the mobile app side of things, so I’m sure there are missing details here.
Thanks for reaching out.