Trust Wallet adds BCH
Trust Wallet, a mobile wallet for ethereum and ERC20 tokens, announced that the latest application update adds support for Bitcoin Cash (BCH) on Android and iOS. In addition to BCH, the service also adds support for LTC and BTC wallets that are compatible with segwit.
“As some of you have probably noticed over the past month, Trust Wallet is becoming much more than a simple ethereum and an ERC20 wallet.Since our foundation about a year ago, the Trust has grown and now supports more than 10 native blockchains, including their native tokens, ”the staff said. “We would like Trust Wallet to be your one-stop solution for interacting with this new decentralized world, so in the future we will add more coins and features so that our users can fully use all their tokens, collectibles, dapps. and more in one place. "
35,000 sellers get access to cryptocurrencies
Utrust, a cryptocurrency gateway solution headquartered in Zug, has announced a new integration with Quid Systems point of sales (POS) product. Over 35,000 merchants will be able to use the platform for accepting cryptocurrency as a means of payment through this feature.
Quid POS allows you to make transactions between sellers and buyers through your own cash register. “For sellers, Utrust Quid POS offers something unique at a point of sale - transparent transactions that use a cash register to convert currencies with an affinity for cryptocurrency payments,” said Utrust CEO Nuno Correia. "We speak the same language of trust, and this partnership expands both of our missions to make cryptocurrency payments generally accepted."
Atomic swaps take another leap
Atomic interchain swaps are a method of converting or exchanging one cryptocurrency for another without using centralized exchange or a trusted third party. Qtum , a project designed to integrate the Bitcoin Core protocol with Ethereum technology, has now demonstrated atomic permutations in its core network, a process that will allow users to replace QTUM with BTC.
“The peculiarity of the absence of third-party dependence and atomicity corresponds to the basic principles of Bitcoin, so the future of atomic swap chains is preferred by the market,” the team explained. “Many main cryptocurrencies have implemented atomic exchange between chains and released their codes. As cryptocurrency technologies and markets become more mature, atomic exchanges between chains will have more application scenarios. For example, internetwork exchanges of a large number of cryptocurrencies can be completed on the blockchain using this technology without the need for centralized exchanges that will charge a large number of fees. ”
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