The Beta Version of Trinity Wallet’s Desktop Program Will Soon Be Available for Download
Trinity Desktop Beta is the latest project of the IOTA [MIOTA] platform, and a recent post on their official Twitter page indicates that consumers will not have to wait much longer for the beta version.
The post said, “#Trinity Desktop beta preparations are in their final stages. Around 500 testers have been testing the #wallet to ensure it is ready for public. Recent efforts have been spent on ironing out any remaining bugs, preparing the deployment environment & final UI refinement. #IOTA”
This new wallet has been constantly updated over the last two months when the original beta release for smart devices happened. The most recent update was on July 21st, but the company should be nearly done with the changes.
Trinity is the official wallet for IOTA, which is why the platform is working to make the features on their technology more like the standards offered throughout the network. To help with every individual feature, the tech team has to work for quite a while to find the different options that would best serve their customers.
Taking to another version of social media, the organization posted on the official Medium blog, saying that there were 500 alpha testers working on the wallet for the launch. Most of this work has centered on any bugs or lapses in the technology that may put users’ privacy and assets at risk. They have also been establishing code signings, which essentially makes sure that the coding on the platform has remained uncorrupted.
The point of the testers is to ensure that the program can be continually integrated easily, which is a standard practice during the development stages. Furthermore, the company has already setup the remaining UI refinements, which impacts both the mobile and desktop versions.
Multiple Redditors have commented on the post, expressing their excitement for the release, and wishing for the upcoming release to come soon. However, there are other disgruntled commenters that have criticized the wait time, saying that “very soon” for the release could mean anything, from “some weeks” to “1-2 months.” The only thing potential users can do now is wait.
#Trinity Desktop beta preparations are in their final stages. Around 500 testers have been testing the #wallet to ensure it is ready for public. Recent efforts have been spent on ironing out any remaining bugs, preparing the deployment environment & final UI refinement. #IOTA pic.twitter.com/NcqlwO6zV1
— IOTA News (@iotatokennews) August 4, 2018