Trust is a secure multi-cryptocurrency wallet; recently, it launched an open-source, cross-platform cross-blockchain wallet core that supports TRON and different blockchains. The pronouncement of the news was stated on Feb 28th, last month, as per which the open-source core wallet will assist developers in creating decentralized applications and wallets using its interface.
Justin Sun, TRON’s founder tweeted about the recent development on his official Twitter page. His tweet reads:
#TRON blockchain is now available on Trust Wallet Core. Thanks for the support to #TRON. #TRX $TRX https://t.co/7tP9z2yztt
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) March 1, 2019
Subsequently, the Trust Wallet Core now supports not just TRON alone, but other digital assets such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Dash, Zcoin, Zcash, BNB Coin, Ripple, Wanchain, Icon, Vechain, and TomoChain.
About Trust Wallet Core
Trust Wallet Core is a wallet library that upholds common hashing functions, key derivation, etc., and faciliates developers with more functions to create Dapps and wallets. Additionally, this wallet library also supports transaction signings for every blockchain and focuses on assisting the creation of cryptocurrencies and wallet integration since it is an open-source wallet core platform.
One of Trust Wallet officials said this about the Trust Wallet Core:
“We are happy to announce the open-sourcing of Trust Wallet Core—an open-source cross-platform cross-blockchain wallet library. The library supports all common hashing functions, elliptic curve cryptography, key derivation, address encoding/decoding, and transaction signing for all supported blockchains.
According to Trust Wallet official website, Trust Wallet Core is a cross-blockchain platform with lots of idiomatic interfaces. It implies that if you use this library, you can use any interface that you think is well-suited with the language that you are using. For example, if you are building an Android application, you can make use of Trust Wallet Core because of its wide range of interface and functions.
The Wallet Core itself was created using the C++ with a C interface, allowing codes to be written quickly.
How Developers on TRON network Can Be Part of This Platform
Dapp developers on TRON network and other blockchain platforms can get themselves involved by taking a look at Trust Wallet Core’s GitHub repo. Developers can also take a look at its Telegram Group to chat and ask questions in case of any difficulties.
Trust Wallet aims to add more digital assets and interfaces. It is also important to note that the platform aims to improve its library and make it easy for developers to add new blockchains. It’s already an interesting product for developers, so with many more exciting developments in the pipeline, Trust Wallet could become an eye candy of Tron community soon.
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