NANO Jolt Wallet: Cryptocurrency Hardware Storage & Portfolio Manager?

Nano Launches a New Hardware Wallet for the Crypto World

Nano, one of the most important crypto projects in the market, announced their new customized cryptocurrency wallet known as ‘Jolt.’ Jolt is a new hardware wallet in the market that aims to compete with the already installed companies.

Jolt is an open source project that has been collaborating with Nano so as to unveil this new hardware wallet. At the same time, they have been also organizing different agreements with other important financial institutions. The device developed by Jolt includes USB, WiFi, and Bluetooth. At the same time, the wallet is supported in different devices including PCs and smartphones.

In May, the official Nano wallet has been in beta testing but the team working on it had some lawful issues with Apple’s App Store. Because of this situation, they informed that they were going to launch the wallet some time later the official estimated date.

At the same time, there were many different bugs and issues that were affecting the wallet. The application must follow the legal benchmarks of the App Store which are imposed by Apple. This was one of the obligations in which the team was working with, but then they discharged a new update which had a shutdown process and upgraded execution in the blockchain.

In a tweet Nano announced:

At the moment of writing this article, Nano is the 35th most important virtual currency in the market. It has a market capitalization of $562 million dollars and each token can be bought for $4.22 dollars.

However, it is important to note and know their most recent update:


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