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To kick off the year, on a good note, I have some very exciting things to tell you! I believe many of you have been waiting for this moment, for quite some time: Today we start the Verge iOS wallet public beta!
iOS wallet public beta ?
Yes, that’s right, starting today! After months of working hard on this flagship-product, we’ve reached the crucial point of testing the application with the great and amazing Verge community.
The public beta will start with me inviting random people on Twitter, Telegram and Discord to join me into making this application; an awesome XVG wallet. When I’m comfortable enough about the whole system, I’ll post a link where you can take part in the public beta yourself. The link will be limited to a certain amount of people. The limit will increase if and where possible. For more information on this, follow my personal twitter account: @SwenVanZanten
When you get your hands on a Verge iOS wallet… make absolutely sure you don’t transfer your whole bag of XVG to this wallet as it is a BETA!
In advance, thank you for helping me out. ?
Verge Wallet Service (Bitcore wallet service) ?
The iOS beta is using the Verge Wallet Service which is the service responsible for talking to the blockchain and Verge nodes. This service is originally created by Bitpay where they use this piece of software for their own Bitcoin and Bitcoin cash wallets. In the last two weeks, when we should have been focusing on our friends and family (well, we still did technically), we made this service work seamlessly with the Verge blockchain. This is another major achievement which isn’t even on the road map… but in my opinion it could have been.
The Verge Wallet Service will be used by the Verge iOS ...
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