New Syná Crypto Wallet Library Launches by THEO Project for Digital Assets and ID Management
The THEO project, a blockchain enterprise aiming at digitizing global commerce announced the launch of Syná, a cryptocurrency library wallet. The launch of Syná ushers in an efficient way for users to manage their digital identity and keep track of their digital assets.
The Canadian based blockchain project launched the mobile application version of Syná with the desktop wallet to be available in the near future. Syná is a fully integrate the application with Android and iOS mobile applications, Google Chrome plugins and the premium feature Syná+ also available. The wallet is a cold storage wallet that allows users to keep their private keys offline securing their funds better. According to the official announcement on THEO project Medium page the product is set to solve the persistent security problems cryptocurrency wallets face today. The report further stated,
“Syná wallets offer both standard and advanced crypto tools taking into consideration multi-protocol usage when building the design interface. By maintaining a clean user experience with a focus on simplicity rather than over bearing features, Syná will address some of the challenges the crypto space has seen to date.”
While the mobile applications focus on simplicity and user experience, the Google Chrome extension and Syná+ further offers users with a platform to interact with other decentralized applications (dApps)and manage their digital identities. The platform is built for interaction with crypto’s future ecosystems.
Amanda Dorenberg, Chief Marketing Technology Officer of the THÉO Project was ecstatic at the launch of Syná terming the project as “an easy to use digital passport”. Amanda further spoke of the massive impact Syná will have by allowing users to access their wealth wherever they are without complications. With the continued growth of dApps within the industry, Syná is set to further promote the adoption of these apps through its crypto wallet library. Amanda further touched on the future of THEO project saying,
“The next steps for Syná will be to quickly integrate other token economies to offer the consumer as much utility as possible for the product. The THÉO Project was started to advance decentralized e-commerce, and Syná Is just the first step.”
In the same spirit and enthusiasm, Matthew Spoke, Founder of the Aion Foundation, on which the THEO Project is built, praised the launch of Syná. He praised the project as a good fit to the Aion blockchain as well as THEO project and looks forward to having more projects launched on the platform in the future.