“As some of you probably have noticed over the past month, Trust Wallet is becoming much more than a simple ethereum and ERC20 wallet. Since our inception around a year ago, Trust has grown to support more than 10 native blockchains, including their native tokens,” the team stated. “We would like Trust Wallet to become your one stop solution for interacting with this new decentralized world, so going forward we will be adding more coins and features to enable our users to fully embrace the seamless experience of having all your tokens, collectibles, dapps and more in one place.”
Quid POS enables transactions between merchants and customers through a proprietary cash register. “For Utrust merchants, Quid POS offers something unique in the point of sale space – transparent transactions utilizing a currency conversion cash register with an affinity for cryptocurrency payments,” said Utrust CEO Nuno Correia. “We speak the same language of trust and this partnership expands both our missions to make cryptocurrency payments accepted universally.”
“The feature of not having a third party dependency and atomicity is consistent with basic principles of Bitcoin, so the future of atomic cross-chain swaps are favored by the market,” explained the team. “Many mainstream cryptocurrencies have realized atomic cross-chain swap and released their codes. As the cryptocurrency technologies and markets mature, atomic cross-chain swaps will have more application scenarios. For example, cross-chain exchanges of large amount of cryptocurrencies can be completed on the blockchain using this technology, without the need of centralized exchanges which will charge a large amount of fees.”
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