New Nano Wallet For iOS, Android, Mac, Windows and Linux Launches
Check Out the New Nano Wallet from the Nano Company
The new public release of the open source Nano Wallet for the iOS, Android, Windows, Mac and Linux is bringing a new light to the world of cryptocurrency.
The wallets are now being used in works since later last year, thanks to everyone in the community who has been supporting it. The main support has come from those people who are finding bugs and giving suggestions on improving the online wallets in the last several months.
They are now waiting for Apple to propagate the application on the store even though it has been marked as being prepared for Sale earlier this morning, so it is likely to be available very quickly.
The desktop version is being released as an open sourced project, that is being released as Candidate 1. It will also believe very soon, and as of now is open for use by everyone.
The Highlights of the Platform for the iOS & Android are as follows:
- You’ll be able to send and receive: Easily use the wallet with any of your colleagues or friends with your personal service providers who accept Nano.
- It’s a currency converter that sends through Nano in your local currency.
- You can share your card to the text to your friends, so they can send you Nano.
- On the Desktop you can run multiple accounts, which are also going to be available on mobile as well.
- It’s built on Electron, a software that works on all platforms no matter what the base operating system is.
What’s the Difference Between Nano Wallet Company and Nano?
The Nano Wallet Company is an entirely different entity, it’s totally unconnected with the Nano Foundation. There is likely to be some overlap for those people who are working for both of the companies, the Nano Foundation has no control on the wallets and is not related to the Nano Wallet Company in any way, shape, or form.
Although they both mirror other cryptocurrencies, have limits on themselves to mainly function for core reasons that are related to the protocol, at the same time the maintain an arms-length distance from each other. This is especially true on the software that was built on top of Nano.
At the same time, this frees up Nano to not play favorites for any reason when it comes to wallets. And therefore, there is absolutely no “official” wallet. They leave the decision up to you, the community, in order to allow you to choose the one that works best for you plus your needs. The Nano Wallet is an open sourced platform, they do this with the hopes of encouraging people to help contribute to improving the system.
There are currently 44 representatives who are being vetted in to the community to help run the nodes with the highest uptime which is excellent for Nano stake. The owners are all verified as well. And with the new wallets, you can randomly choose from one of the 44 addresses to be used for representation.
It’s a temporary solution they have in place with more options coming in time to list for the wallets. In the future, you’ll be able to easily change your representative from inside the application.
If you took place in the beta version of the testing, you’ll be able to enter your Wallet Seed again to update with the new app. You can find the seed in your settings, it is said to be extremely easy to do.
This is all just the beginning for the company, where it’s all starting. The community behind it is constantly asking for new features who design new updated, which are currently on the way.
The Nano team is very grateful for all of the people who support it as well as built the tested wallets. They’re excited to get them in the hands of people as well as work with anyone who is building them.