Time for some updates from the ShadowCoin developer, as they have posted a new roadmap for their cryptocurrency, updated the regular client, released the iOS client, and so much more. Where do we even begin?
We might as well start with the ShadowGo iOS wallet then, shall we? The first ShadowGo iOS version was released a little over a week ago, which was followed the day after by a wallet update, which included some enhancements to background threading, as well as some cosmetic updates.
The ShadowGo iOS wallet, just like its Android counterpart, includes mobile staking, peer-to-peer encrypted messaging and stealth transfers. If you haven’t downloaded ShadowGo for iOS yet, make sure to look for it in the App Store!
A new non-mobile ShadowCoin client was released a few days ago, bumping the version to 18.104.22.168. A few functionalities, which were requested by the community, have been added to this version, as well as the new logos as part of the rebranding. For the full list of changes, click here.
In regards to the ShadowCoin lite wallet, progress is coming along nicely but no official ETA has been provided at this point in time. It will take some time before it will be released though, to make sure it works on all supported devices.
I did mention the developer roadmap has been updated as well for this altcoin. Some more additions have been made, which will be released during September. A ShadowSend update, and a ShadowChat update will take place. You can find the updated ShadowCoin developer roadmap here.
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