Where is the Jelurida web wallet?

The Jelurida web wallet has been a convenience service.
It served its purpose while it lasted but unfortunately we had to take it offline since:
1. It became a lucrative target for hackers and a prime DDOS target 
2. It defeats the purpose of decentralization - aren't we using a blockchain so that we don't have to depend on single corporate entity?

Instead we recommend users to setup their own nodes.

If you created your account on the online node and kept your passphrase, your funds are safe and you will be able to access them once you setup your own node.
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