The BitTorrent company announced the release of a branded card to work with the BTT tokenToken
– is an accounting unit that is used to represent a digital balance in an asset.Details, – was reported on the company's Twitter (Twitter BitTorrent Inc.)
The torrent client from BitTorrent Corporation, was acquired by Tron blockchainBlockchain
is a continuous and sequential block chain of information (digital linked list). When building a blockchain, copies of related blocks are simultaneously stored on multiple computers.Details platform back in 2018. Since that time, the BTT crypto-token and devices for its maintenance do not cease to evolve. According to BitTorrent's Twitter information, the storage card will work using GRID technology.
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BitTorrent: BTT Token storage card
"Get, keep and use BTT on the go" – Twitter, BitTorrent Inc.
According to the BitTorrent blog, the new VTT card will become an alternative to the classic cryptocurrency wallets, but with several updated features. About what innovations the development team will add – not yet reported.
The blog site presented the proposed design of the BTT-card. In the picture, it is depicted in black and white and almost does not differ from the usual bank card. The application for the development of innovative device was published on Thursday, February 14.
Many blockchain- and crypto- experts have responded positively to the development of the map. Experts believe that the HTT card will become an analogue of the already declared Tron card. If you believe this assumption, the BitTorrent device will work as a secure cryptocurrency wallet based on the Poppy microprocessor.
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BitTorrent announced the release of a card to work with the BTT token. Recall that the first of February of this year, the company also signed a cooperation document with CoinPayments. According to the published information, the BTT token will now be supported by the Payments service.
Editor: Yulia Krasnaya