World First universal wallet for Crypto and Tokens launches new features
A company that has created a multi-asset universal wallet that stores key cryptocurrencies and a wide range of smart contract tokens in one place - a "world first" - says many new features will allow users to benefit from maximum access and flexibility. when managing their wealth.
Infinito Wallet was launched in December 2017 and its founders claim that its platform supports an "extended list" of leading transactional currencies such as Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, NEO, Dash, Litecoin and Dogecoin. In recent months, users have also been able to store, send and receive "the majority" of tokens, and others should be supported in the coming months. The company says it offers the only wallet to use a single password to access all ETH ERC20 and NEO NEP-5 tokens.
The universal wallet is available for download on Apple's App Store and Google Play, which means it's within the reach of all iPhone and Android users. In the third quarter of 2018, Infinito Wallet claims that it will support more than 12 languages, including English, Chinese, German, Korean, Japanese, Hindi, French, Russian, Portuguese, Korean and Chinese. Italian, Thai and Vietnamese.
Some of the features currently under development include a chart that will show users the value of their cryptocurrency wallet, as well as the price fluctuations of their assets over the last 24 hours. This would be accompanied by a "price change alert" mechanism that monitors steep movements for users, enabling them to make informed decisions when managing their funds.
Other milestones in the Infinito Wallet roadmap include the support of encryption platforms such as EOS Mainnet in early June, ETC and its RSK and ADA tokens, as well as full claims exchange and the possibility of import funds on other private keys.
The company has established blockchain partnerships with Coinfirm, Blockpass and Quanta to integrate their services into Infinito Wallet, resulting in a better user experience.
Wallet offers "premium security"
Infinito Wallet says its product offers users "multiple ways to keep their funds secure" - a crucial point as some exchanges, like Coinsecure in India, have seen multi-million dollar flights affect thousands of customers .
Features include Touch ID support, which allows quick and easy access to its application without compromising security. All private keys are also encrypted in the wallet software using a password that is decided by the user.
In an article on the subject, Infinito Wallet wrote: "Because the wallet app stays on your phone, it's important to make sure your funds stay safe even if that phone should be lost, stolen, or destroyed. .
"The inherent security and privacy that blockchain provides assets make no sense if they are stored in a portfolio that does not protect them."
The company also stresses the importance of transparency and compliance - and has already been audited by a third-party security expert. Infinito Wallet plans to release the audit report this month.
Its ever-changing feature list joins a list of "breakthrough features," such as the ability to register frequent contacts to simplify transactions. Infinito Wallet says "revolutionary technology" has paved the way for low transaction costs, and transaction speeds are boosted by a gateway to the blockchain that is maintained and regularly updated 24 hours a day. Messages can also accompany transactions for simple archiving - and a user's complete history can be exported to .csv files for future reference.
A growing team
Infinito Wallet, registered in the Isle of Man, says its only goal is to become the leader in encryption in the world. The company now has a team of more than 180 blockchain developers, marketers, researchers and strategic planners.
He has established partnerships around the world, including Poland, Kenya, Japan, the United Kingdom, Vietnam and Hong Kong. The company has co-organized the Asia Blockchain Education program, which aims to inform the masses about the potential of this technology in their daily lives.