New web and mobile trttWallets
The power of Trittium
The last days of August are when people take the opportunity to take a few days off work, at least in the northern hemisphere. These are the days in which, in most companies, there is no activity, and no activity is expected; even if a company tried to do business, they would discover that most of their suppliers and clients are also on vacation.
It seems that the same has happened in Trittium, since part of its CORE TEAM has also taken advantage of the summer and taken a few days off.
However, this only seems to be the case – in fact, Trittium has announced quite an important new development. On August 16, it was announced that the first version of the Trittium mobile wallet for Android was already on Google Play.
And do you want to know something even better? You can use the same login credentials as your Trittium web wallet.
What does this mean? Well, you can enter exactly the same account details in the web wallet as the mobile wallet and bot wallets will share same balance.
So you can operate with your $TRTT wallet on web or mobile, accessing all your assets.
Check it out – I’ve already did it!
This is how the Dashboard of the new web wallet looks:
And this is how it looks on the mobile wallet:
By default, the Dashboard shows the last 10 transactions; it also shows the balances for different currencies integrated within the environment “Powered by Trittium”.
If you slide, you can see other currencies.
Another key factor (especially for mobile) is the ability to receive and send coins to another address from your mobile, and both of these operations are really simple:
HOW TO SEND COINS
All you do is tap on the square; this will open the camera, and you can scan the code with the address. It’s all really intuitive.
HOW TO RECEIVE COINS
This is also really easy and intuitive!
Just tap on the Send button at the bottom of the screen to access. Then, you can slide with your finger at the top of the screen to select which currency you want to receive. When you change currency, you automatically change to the corresponding receiving address.
Obviously, at all times, a new address can be generated.
If you click on the magnifying glass that appears next to the address, a QR code will appear, so that a third party will be able to scan this with their mobile.
As you can see, this is only the first version of the mobile app, but it is already 100% integrated with the web wallet and fully functional when it comes to sending or receiving.
So what are you waiting for ? Try the new trttWallets!
Originally published at medium.com on August 30, 2018.