The Winklevoss brothers led Gemini exchange has upgraded their cryptocurrency wallet which now fully support of SegWit. In its official release, Gemini stated: “As part of the upgrades this year, we introduced support for Segregated Witness (SegWit) addresses and transaction batching. SegWit addresses (which begin with bc1 ) can now be used for Bitcoin deposits and withdrawals. Both of these improvements required end-to-end integration through our online and offline signing systems.”
A new version of Ethereum Wallet Dapp has been launched in Opera which aims to enable the users to perform transactions and network with blockchain-powered Internet-Web 3. It will be in line with the cryptocurrency wallet in the Opera browser for smartphone and guarantees to “safeguard user’s data from third parties and secures their geographic location.”
The Bitfury-backed crypto Wallet Lightning Peach which transfers cryptocurrency through the Lightning Network, has brought two modes for its non-custodial desktop and mobile versions namely an “extended” and “standard” mode. In Its official blog: “extended mode, payments without a user-generated Lightning invoice” can be made and set to streaming &/or recurring.”
Particl has launched their multi-wallet desktop. The launching of the multi-wallets on the desktop will allow its users to manage multiple accounts without the need to amend or change the wallet data. Particl then explained, “This method of securing your privacy by isolating the wallets from each other really well with the privacy protocols of the PART coin.”
A leading blockchain company, DECENT has launched its official cryptocurrency wallet for iOS devices. Its Product Manager Peter Matejík explained, “iOS is such a dominant platform, having hundreds of millions of users around the world, and we are glad to have our wallet available in the Apple App Store, bringing enjoyable user experience to all Apple device users.”
The CTO of Wuabit, Manuel Polo has shared that the beta of a virtual currency wallet for Whatsapp has been launched. The cryptocurrency wallet by Wuabit will enable the users to send and receive funds easily at their fingertips. The company then also shared that they’re going to start their services public beta test next month with additional services to the software.
The world’s first fully guaranteed mobile cryptocurrency wallet has been successfully launched by the Coin Stats to 500k active users. Its founder, Narek Gevorgyan explained, “Keeping your cryptocurrencies secure and easily accessible is still pretty complex, which slows down the crypto adoption. The wallet solution with SignKeys is a first step into solving that problem together.”
A secure mobile crypto wallet which also supports QuarkChain, Ethereum, and ERC20 tokens named qPocket will be supporting Tron (TRX) soon. According to the report, the users will be provided with a simple, secure and fully functional portal to the blockchain. The users are also allowed to switch token from “ETH” or “tQKC” to “TRX” in the mobile crypto wallet.
Ledger’s (crypto hardware wallet based in France) product Ledger Nano S has earned a First Level Security Certificate (CPSN) from France’s national cybersecurity agency (ANSSI). According to the blog post, the CPSN certificate covers a gamut of core embedded security functions, including a true random number generator, which is created via hardware and then post-processed through BOLOS.
A leading messaging app company headquartered in South Korea, KakaoTalk will be featuring cryptocurrency wallet soon. The CEO of BlockchainROK, Heslin Kim explained, “Kakao is representative of South Korea, a country with over 55 million people. It embodies the fast-paced, technology-driven lifestyle that Koreans adopt so readily. It’s an app so deeply attached to what it means to be Korean.”