IOTA to Release Trinity Wallet

New wallet is available for iOS and Android operating systems
30 May 2018   711

A team of developers from the IOTA Foundation presented a beta version of the Trinity Mobile wallet.

Trinity Wallet
Trinity Wallet

Over the last few months the Trinity development team has been working diligently, in close collaboration with community members. Long days and nights, building, testing, getting feedback and iterating. There were passionate discussions within the team and the community over every detail of the wallet, and many evenings spent justifying our obsession to our loved ones. This has been an amazing process to take part in, and to witness.
 

IOTA Team

The new wallet is available for iOS and Android operating systems. Also, developers note that the application allows you to safely store user seed-phrases, has a simple interface, supports two-factor authentication, fast transactions and other functions.

It is worth reminding that the United Nations is implementing IOTA technology in its working processes. It is expected that IOTA technology will provide a higher level of efficiency in the management and tracking of UN documents, supply chains and real-time payments available to both UNOPS and its partners.

PoWaaS For IOTA Wallets to be Released

A free solution called powsrv.io is designed for wallets and applications
27 August 2018   1187

The development team introduced a new PoWaaS client (PoW-as-a-service) for fast transactions IOTA network tranactions.

A free solution called powsrv.io is designed for wallets and applications, and also works in conjunction with a hardware accelerator for mining devices with weak computing power Pidiver.

Fast and efficient PoWaaS (PoW-as-a-service) for your IOTA wallet, MAM-stream or any IOTA usecase requiring fast transaction turnout. Don't overheat your CPU/GPU by doing IOTA PoW locally, instead use our solution to access consistently fast hashing power. Perfect for low-power IoT devices, mobile and desktop solutions. 
 

Powsrv.io

Get more info at GitHub.