Karbo releases mobile wallet for Android, first to support NFC

Karbo, the first CryptoNote coin that is not a fork of Monero has released its independently developed mobile wallet. This is a standalone wallet application that holds private keys and wallet files on the device. It is a so called “light wallet” that works with Karbo network through remote nodes and does not store blockchain data on the phone. Thanks to this, the wallet is ready to use upon installation, and provides nice user experience and convenience. Now Karbo users have the ability to pay and get paid using their smartphones with QR codes or NFC. The payments are fast, simple and cheap.

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The development team created wallet from scratch with significant updates to CryptoNote core code to make it compatible with Android OS and ARM processor architecture.

The mobile wallet is an important milestone for the Karbo team, who hope to make their currency not just one of the best privacy coins, but also a widely-used medium of exchange.

There are already a handful of merchants accepting Karbo, its ecosystem already has a payment gateway for merchants, online open marketplace and Telegram chat where people actually sell and buy goods for KRB. The Karbo team considers this a huge accomplishment for their little-known crypto currency, and hopes it bolsters their brand, bringing Karbo one step closer to all people, including non tech-savvy users, enabling them to use Karbo on the go.

Download the Wallet: Karbo Mobile Wallet (Android)

For more information about Karbo:

Official Website: Karbo.io

GitHub: github.com/seredat/karbowanec/releases

Twitter: twitter.com/krbcoin

Telegram: t.me/karbo_en

Reddit: /r/krb