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Internet of Things security expert team from IoTrust Co., Ltd, located in Seoul, Korea has announced support for iOS version of mobile App for the company’s D’CENT hardware wallet. The product, featured with biometric authentication was first revealed late last year at Blockchain Expo in Bangkok and LaBitConf 2018 in Chile.
The company’s wallet app works via Bluetooth with the D’CENT hardware wallet, now available for both Android and iOS which allows users to conveniently manage their crypto assets from mobile phones.
D’CENT supports multiple cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, RSK, RRC-20, Ethereum, ERC-20, Ripple, EOS and more coin services are being integrated.
Most notably, D’CENT is the world’s first hardware wallet to integrate Bitcoin smart contracts running on RSK network to support wallet capability for DApp platforms utilizing RRC-20 tokens such as RIF and TEMCO.
Henry Sraigman, Head of Business Development from RSK, quotes “We’re thrilled to have D’CENT integrated with RSK & RIF. It’s awesome to see sound projects working on top of RSK network with the speed the team has worked on the integration and the dedication they’ve put into the design and UI. We look forward to seeing many more projects using both RSK tech and D’CENT hardware wallet.”
The creators behind D’CENT hardware wallet are from IT and financial industry with more than 17 years of experience in security solutions. The wallet device is built on multi-IC architecture with secure chipsets embedding Secure OS for an additional layer of encrypted protection. Additional security features are a built-in fingerprint sensor for secure authentication to unlock the device and a large OLED display makes transactions a whole lot clearer and easier with full details shown at once.
Convenient features are 4-way directional buttons which allow faster operation and accurate user input. Also, the hardware wallet is able to create a QR code on its display and users can simply present it to the sender for fast Peer to Peer transaction without any connection to the wallet app.
The team behind D’CENT has successfully secured 2 billion won from institutional investment by “Korea Investment Partners” (KIP), the foremost leading venture capital of Korea for recognition in D’CENT’s unique security platform and competitive advantages in hardware wallet technology.