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.
Mobile wallets! Everyone loves a nice and functional mobile wallet! What is even better than the regular mobile wallet? A mobile wallet which has exactly the same functionality as the desktop CInniCoin client, including Encrypted Messaging.
Not a big fan of mobile wallets? No problem! How about a Point-of-Sale system for retailers? And even better, a Point-of-Sale system for retailers with a combined CinniCoin/Bitcoin wallet. Merchant adoption, here we come!
Keep in mind this Point-of-Sale system will be made with the promotion of Bitcoin in mind, oin order to get more retailers to accept Crypto payments. CinniCoin will be bundled with the Bitcoin offering, without additional costs.
To further the anonymity features of CinniCoin, an Anonymous Transfer System is currently in development as well. This system will offer unprecedented , 100% true anonymity , uniquely built upon the Encrypted Messaging platform.
A whitepaper with more in-depth details about the Anonymous Transfer System has been published, which you can find here.
You can find the new CinniCoin client for both Windows and Linux here.
CinniCoin donations are welcome to : JRs4hqeN2rVHNXvx2FJvXyCSVr79GrcDER