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Bivreost Alpha 2.0 Opens Access

Tue, 18/10/2022 - 9:28
Bivreost Alpha 2.0 Opens Access
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What is Bivreost?

Bivreost is the first Telegram web-based crypto wallet based on DAG IOTA technology. There is no need to download, install or register. The process of authorization and creating a wallet takes no more than 1 minute, and only Telegram is needed to use it.


How is Bivreost different from other crypto wallets?

In fact, there are many differences. Firstly, we do not charge commission for transfers within the wallet. With Bivreost, you can send cryptocurrency to your Telegram friends without even knowing their address. We have a unique design that has no analogues in the market. At the same time, the wallet looks simple and clear.

Bivreost is currently running on the testnet, right?

Yes, absolutely true. We are currently using the IOTA testnet to better understand where difficulties may arise and to protect users from unnecessary payments. Test tokens can be obtained for free.

Why Alpha 2.0? Was there a first version?

Yes, it was. But the functionality was rather limited. In the first version, we showed only the concept of work. Now the wallet has extended functionality. It can even be added to various chats or Telegram channels, for example, to receive donations.

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