Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Bytecoin Zero wallet: A technological breakthrough for Bytecoin

The Takeaway:

Bytecoin launched a new browser wallet, Bytecoin Zero. This browsers wallet would allow users to open their Bytecoin wallets and transfer BCNs straight in the browser without requiring any desktop-class software. Bytecoin described the browser wallet as a breakthrough step.

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Decentralized cryptocurrency Bytecoin was launched in 2012 with the aim to provide fast, anonymous, and untraceable transactions. On 3rd September the company announced the launch of its new browser wallet Bytecoin Zero. This browser wallet will allow users to open their Bytecoin wallet and transfer BCNs straight in the browser without requiring desktop-class software. 

This new wallet can be used with desktop and mobile browser without requiring users’ to trust their keys with any third parties. Over the last few years, Bytecoin has established itself as the platform primarily focused on security and privacy of its users. According to Coinmarketcap data Bytecoin has a market capitalization of more than $86 million and is currently trading at $0.000472. 

With Bytecoin Zero, the company has aimed to design a product that combines the convenience of web apps and the security of native desktop software. Bytecoin described this browser wallet as a breakthrough step for Bytecoin technology as it combines ease of use with comprehensive security. Let us know in comments what do you think about the Bytecoin’s new browser wallet?

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Glenn Harper
Glenn Harper
Glenn has only two interests: Bitcoin and Aviation. After completing his graduation from San Diego State University in 2006, Glenn started working in the airlines and aviation industry. Aviation was his only passion before he came to know about bitcoin in 2012 after which he decided to dedicate 8 hours of his day for aviation and 8 hours for learning and writing about bitcoin and the technology behind it. Glenn lives with his wife and a 7-year-old son who mines ethereum on his computer and is also quite passionate about cryptocurrencies.

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