Ironbelly, the first open-source wallet for Mimblewimble privacy coin Grin (GRIN), was recently unveiled as the first grantee for the Binance Labs Fellowship, a new program supporting open-source projects that advance the crypto community.
.@BinanceLabs Grants First Fellowship Round Supporting Open-Source Blockchain Development
— Binance (@binance) April 12, 2019
According to the announcement, Ironbelly is completely free-to-use and is focused on offering a simple user interface that allows investors to access their GRIN on the go through their iPhone.
“By joining this program, you have the freedom to work on open-source projects that have [a] meaningful impact but may not necessarily have stand-alone commercial viability in the near-term,” states Binance. “As a Binance Fellow, you will have access to our wide network of founders, researchers, portfolio companies and developers for mentorship and advice.”
The creator of Ironbelly, Ivan Sorokin, plans to continue his efforts with the following features:
- Improve key recovery process by making it interactive and interruptible
- Improve authentication experience (add change password, TouchID/FaceID)
- Integrations with exchanges, pools and payment processors
- Android support
TouchID & FaceID support has just landed to Ironbelly! No more passwords every time you open the app! You can enable it in the Settings. Join beta testing now https://t.co/NttCRZmpsr pic.twitter.com/bNSJuxkaKH
— Ironbelly – Grin mobile wallet (@ironbellywallet) April 17, 2019
GRIN is currently down 1% on the day to $2.74, giving the coin a $22.7 million market cap, making it the 12th-largest constituent in the AltDex Privacy Coin Index (ALTPRV).
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