We recently talked about Fluttercoin, and the Android Wallet they are currently developing. There is some progress to be reported, as well as other things that have been in development and on which we have now received for information.
The FlutterCoin Android Wallet is in final testing, meaning the release will be following shortly. Keeping in mind this will be the first Android Wallet in which both Proof-of-Stake and Proof-of-Transaction work, this is a major boost for FLT.
There is also more news on the FlutterCoin Multipool front. Even though it already supports multiple algorithms, the team is looking to implement the Blake-256 mining algorithm. From what we can gather, this should be completed over the next couple of days.
Even though both of those things are absolutely amazing, the top priority for FlutterCoin is merchant adoption. Several merchants are already accepting FLT as a payment method, but more merchants are both needed and welcome.
Last but not least, protocol changes have been announced. Even though the information is still very vague at this point in time, we can tell the Proof-of-Stake maturity will decrease, and we might see Proof-of-Transaction rewards in Proof-of-Stake blocks.
These protocol changes will also lead to more Proof-of-Transaction rewards and opportunities, as well as linear Proof-of-Stake interest. As soon as we receive more details on these protocol changes, we will let you know.
The FlutterCoin team keeps working very hard, and their tenacity to get things done can only be admired from a Crypto enthusiast point of view.
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