This exciting release brings Heatwallet users the added flexibility for transferring Ethereum and viewing ERC20 assets and access to the custom tools and the functionality of the Heatwallet decentralized exchange. Heat Ledger also offers SME businesses easy and affordable access to token creation.
This is a significant step towards fulfilling Heat Ledger’s ambitious goal of bringing together several dramatic server level changes, client-side features, and middleware system arrangements into its public HEAT platform to form a showcase for financial applications of today and the future.
Features of the Ethereum Heatwallet include:
- Ability to view Ethereum and transaction history for any ETH address
- Ability to import account seeds and optionally store multiple encrypted seeds on the user’s device for later access
- Client-side wallet: authentication data is never transmitted to the internet but stored on the user device, even in the case of sending transitions
- View all ERC20 token balances and full ERC20 transaction history for any ETH address
- Support for HD wallets
Svante Lehtinen, Co-Founder, and CEO of Heat Ledger states:
“This is a groundbreaking release for Heat Ledger. This exciting release enables Heat Ledger to make a fundamental step towards making the HEAT token and Heatwallet accessible and leveraged by the masses. We are confident that with the release of the Ethereum Heatwallet, Heat Ledger, our partners and community of inspired users will increasingly be driving innovation in the cryptocurrency space.”
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About Heat Ledger
Heat Ledger Ltd is a Finnish blockchain fintech startup, overseeing it’s public HEAT cryptocurrency and decentralized crypto tokens trading platform. The HEAT technology removes this pitfall by intelligently combining the best features of the existing 2.0 cryptos with a completely remade, sliced blockchain mechanism.
Using custom built storage and access solution, based on Memory Mapped Files, binary data stored on disk can be accessed at near RAM memory speeds – without the need to load this data in RAM. Splitting blockchain into separate files for various data types, the HEAT Java server can fulfill the requirements of any modern commercial fintech applications on the blockchain.