Finding the perfect mobile Bitcoin wallet has proved to be a rather difficult task. That doesn’t mean we should stop looking, though! Earlier today, I came across the mobile Bitcoin wallet developed by Hive Labs. Hive is one of the more well-known names in the world of digital currency wallets, so let’s see what they have to offer!
One of the more pressing matters in the world of Bitcoin and its conquest for global adoption is wallet security. With so many people now storing their bitcoins on a mobile device, providing adequate security has become more important than ever before. And, new platforms such as Tether – which allow for the use of traditional currency in the same manner as Bitcoin – need to be extra wary of the dangers lurking around the corner.
The Syscoin developers have been announcing some very interesting new projects which are due to be released in the very near future. Public beta testing of the Syscoin Blockmarket will commence in a week from now, which is soon followed by the release of the Development Portal and the mobile wallets for both iOS and Android.
January 14th 2015
Perhaps the most important of three dates is January 14, as this is the date when Syscoin’s Blockmarket project will be available for beta testing to the public. Over the course of two weeks, users can submit their feedback and any bugs they might encounter to the SYS development team, after which the full public release will take place.
Many among us have given cryptocurrency-related Christmas gifts to friends, family and loved ones. While paper wallets and mobile applications are a great way to “carry” your digital currency with you, they are not the most secure places to store monetary value. Luckily for us, there are several types of cold storage available. One of these options comes in the form of CryptoVault.
CryptoVault is currently looking for backers to support their crowdfunding campaign on the StartJOIN platform.The team hopes to raise at least US$5,000 by December 31st, which should not be too much of a problem you would think. Oddly enough, this campaign has been running since November 15th, and there are only 7 backers so far. This article will hopefully change that.
While the Munne Project alpha testing is going relatively well (which I still need to write a review about, I know!), the MNE developers have updated their development roadmap. Some new things have been added to the list, so let’s take a closer look!
As I mentioned in a different article yesterday, more and more altcoins are creating their very own forum to discuss the future development of the coin. Munne will follow that same path, as the team is currently working on creating a dedicated Munne Forum.
More announcements are being made by the ShadowCoin developers, which is very good news if you are part of this altcoin’s community. ShadowGo is a new project they are currently working on, so let’s take a look at what it all entails.
ShadowGo could be a very interesting and intriguing project to be honest, as it is the first ever fully scalable & functional mobile wallet. This is the first mobile wallet which support mobile staking as a working feature.
Other ShadowCoin features are also available, as both ShadowChat and ShadowSend can be used with ShadowGo. With these features enabled, ShadowGo becomes a full-fledged private mobile Proof-of-Stake wallet.
A few bits off good news has been announced by Green Earth Systems earlier today, which will have an impact on Uro. Furthermore, a Proof-of-Developer analysis has been done, and a demo video of the Uro mobile wallet has been posted.
Let’s begin with the announcement made by Green Earth Systems earlier today. According to their Twitter account, the following happened :
“GES has finalized agreements to supply 2 IPL registered importers at the new IPL urea price in the August-September period of 2014.”
Late last evening (my local time), a new update regarding CinniCoin was published by the developers. The new CINNI wallet, which has Encrypted Messaging enabled has been released for Windows and Linux.
But that’s not all there was in the announcement, as we also received more details about the Encrypted Messaging system as a framework. A small list was released, showing which projects, which will be built upon the EM platform, are currently in development.
The Encrypted Messaging whitepaper was released as well, which you can find here.