AION Blockchain System Releases Desktop Wallets With Windows, Mac & Linux Compatibility

AION has finally released its Desktop wallets; the product is Linux, Wndows and Mac compatible. The AION wallet underwent thorough tests and audits both internally and externally to have this milestone released for users. AION’s wallet is built for storing the AION altcoin as is the move by most of its peer competitors within the crypto space.

This wallet will allow AION users to easily manage their crypto coins from the desktop. In addition, one will also be able to transfer AION coins via this platform with an encrypted communication to increase security. AION has made its wallet within the prevailing market standards while using the best practices. Users will be able to view their transactions records for verification of transfers. According to AION, the new wallets are part of its accomplishments as documented in the whitepaper noting the team is set to add new features soon.

AION, the crypto coin is a token of its Aion blockchain network that plays an important role in enabling the ecosystem to function. The coin facilitates the P2P transactions, the consensus used for approval, computations and rewards the platform contributors to ensure business continuity of its network. Its ultimate use is providing a secure design to enable the bridging between chains.

However, users within the AION community who still have the ERC-20 based altcoins can only use the new wallets after swapping their coins via the Aion token swap.

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