Crescent Cash BCH Mobile Wallet for Smartphones Has Simple Ledge Protocol Support
Have you ever heard of Crescent Cash? This is a new Bitcoin Cash (BCH) wallet that uses the Cash Accounts protocol. This non-custodial wallet is now the first mobile wallet that will fully support the Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP).
The newest version was launched yesterday, April 23. This version was the first one to integrate the SLP tech. The app was created by Pokkst, an anonymous dev that released this product and BCHgalley on Google Play.
With the SLP technology, users can send and receive SLP tokens on their phones in a non-custodial way using the Bitcoin Cash network.
While SLP tokens were already implemented in similar services such as Badger and Electron Cash, Crescent Cash is the first one to do it with a mobile wallet, as the other services are based on desktop platforms.
Pokkst affirmed that he only recently released the 1.3.0 version of the app and that people will be able to use SLP tokens as soon as they update their programs to the current version. If you are still not able to do it, be sure to update the app. You can download the app directly from the developer’s page or from the Google Play store. At the moment, there is no iOS version available.
According to reports from News.Bitcoin, the service is fairly easy to use and it does not feature any bugs at the moment. Most of the interface can be easily navigated by pressing a few buttons.
The Simple Ledger Protocol, in case you are not familiar with the technology, has gained broad support from the Bitcoin Cash community, especially for services like block explorers and tipping bots. If you want to use the desktop programs to access the network, you can check products like Electron Cash and Badger.