Release of EosWebWallet with Smart Contract and Identity features integration

Release of EosWebWallet with Smart Contract and Identity features integration

EOS Press Releases
December 20, 2018 by Leo Webb
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EOSWebWallet is an open-source wallet that can be used in any browser and doesn’t require any installation. The most remarkable features of the wallet are: possibility to launch your own EOS smart contracts and use of a plugin to create identities for working with sites or EOS Dapps. Also, it supports all actions of EOS
Press Release EOSWebWallet

EOSWebWallet is an open-source wallet that can be used in any browser and doesn’t require any installation. The most remarkable features of the wallet are: possibility to launch your own EOS smart contracts and use of a plugin to create identities for working with sites or EOS Dapps. Also, it supports all actions of EOS blockchain, which might be interesting for developers.

Security: All personal data and private keys are stored only in the local storage of a user’s browser, so it is impossible to hack this wallet via external services or a company server. Team invites everyone to conduct independent security audits on the official GitHub page.

Other important features of the wallet:

  • Possibility to login via Scatter;
  • Delegation/Staking/Voting Support;
  • Buy/Sell RAM;
  • Accounts Management;
  • Show all types of EOS tokens that user possesses.

Compare EosWebWallet with another EOS wallets in our infographic

The team of the project is testing the EOS-plugin integrated into Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. The plugin allows you to create identities and work with websites or EOS Dapps.

EOS Web Wallet and EOS plugin are community-oriented products aimed to develop the EOS ecosystem. The team is determined to work closely with the community and improve its products. Any feedback will be appreciated.

Grigory Vasilkov — CTO of the project — noted:

“The market is growing rapidly and it would be wrong to focus on something without any feedback from the community. Now, airdrops and airgrabs become relevant, when the user himself calls the method that sends him tokens. We may also integrate this functionality.”

About the team:

Currently, the EosWebWallet team includes five people, three of whom are developers. The CTO of the project is Grigory Vasilkov. He has more than 7 years of experience working in the Information Security Audit sphere and managing Chaingraph.io — a service that specializes in smart contracts analytics.

Interview with Grigory Vasiliev: Why is EosWebWallet.io different?

You can learn more about the project on the official site, eoswebwallet.io, or ask your own questions on the project’s Telegram channel.