IOTA Announces mIOTA Trinity Desktop Wallet Public Beta Version Release
IOTA’s Public Beta Version of Trinity Desktop Wallet Released
IOTA (MIOTA) has at long last released it’s much anticipated beta version of Trinity Desktop app. Sometime early this year, IOTA brought into the crypto space the Trinity Mobile wallet that helped solve some of the scalability issues facing the GUI wallet.
Since that first release, the IOTA team has been busy developing the full mobile wallet and it seems that they have achieved this. As you read this, the optimization of the mobile wallet UX has already taken place. The newly released beta version boasts of neat addition and has maintained a familiar flow.
As part of the efforts to enhance customer satisfaction, IOTA carried out a survey to find out whether the system was secure. From the feedback received, it was clear that that the desktop and mobile wallet needed a new theme which has now been incorporated.
How To Access The Wallet Beta Version?
According to a statement from IOTA, fans of the beta wallet app can visit the Trinity website in order to get it. Trinity Desktop has a code signing certificate with IOTA thus needs to have a great reputation in order to pass Microsoft’s Smart Screen filter.
However, since the wallet has just been released, it hasn’t built a reputation yet and thus might be flagged by the corporation. A statement from Trinity Desktop added that users can manually check the certificate by right clicking and going to ‘properties’ then proceeding to ‘digital signatures’.
More On IOTA
Currently, IOTA is open sourcing all code for wallets whether desktop or wallet. Thus, developers are seeking to work further with the corporation in order to develop more apps. Back in May, IOTA announced that it was joining a group of corporations that sought to explore the opportunities in blockchain technology in creating a new mobility ecosystem.
The group of companies includes giants such as Bosch, Renault, Ford, BMW and General Motors. The main aim of this consortium is to jointly develop DLT standards and open source software tools. Such big names coming together to explore this technology shows that blockchain holds a lot of potential and there is still a lot of unexploited opportunities in it.