The crypto wallet apps are evolving as per the requirement of the consumer. Keeping that in mind, R3 has introduced a new app on their international blockchain, a global payment platform, that uses Ripple’s XRP as its initial base currency. The crypto wallet app, nicknamed as Corda Settler, aims to continue R3’s track record of pursuing ambitious blockchain projects. According to the news reports, the app is purpose-built to allow payment obligations raised on the Corda blockchain platform.
Meanwhile, R3’s Corda blockchain has already proved to handle a variety of different apps for different use-cases, and the Settler app will continue to operate on the same standard. The press states that XRP is the first cryptocurrency supported by Settler. However, it also outright mentioned that it would not be the only one in the near future.
R3’s Chief Technology Officer Richard Gendal Brown stated, ”The deployment of the Corda Settler and its support for XRP as the first settlement mechanism is an important step in showing how the powerful ecosystems cultivated by two of the world’s most influential crypto and blockchain communities can work together.” The crypto wallet app is hardly their first attempt to use a financial blockchain to reach clients all over the world as they aim to introduce more in the future, as mentioned in Bitcoin Magazine.
In regards to crypto apps, a mobile app is being planned to ease access to the global Payger payment and messaging platform. With the help of the web wallet, 51 plus cryptocurrencies can be traded, transferred and managed. The digital web wallet supports cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, BitShares, Dash and various other stable coins, as reported on CryptoNinjas.
The app is very user-friendly as it is convenient and only a Payger account is required. The user can send and receive payments. Not only that, Payger has announced new features which already have been or will be implemented. Overall, crypto payment wallets are emerging as the demand for it is increasing in the crypto space.[The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and/or the official policy of the website. ]