There’s a new open source bitcoin cash (BCH) wallet called Crescent Cash which uses the Cash Accounts protocol by default. The new application was designed by the programmer Pokkst who built the wallet for simplicity by allowing BCH users to send funds to a specific username as opposed to a long alphanumeric address.
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Crescent Cash Wallet Supports Cash Accounts by Default
On Monday, April 1, the programmer behind the recently published Bchgallery wallet released a new wallet called Crescent Cash, a light client dedicated to the Cash Accounts username system. Crescent Cash is open source and noncustodial like traditional BCH wallets and the application also supports the standard BCH address format Cashaddr.
The application’s first release for Android is available on the Google Play store and Pokkst believes the wallet is simple and secure while combining the “simplicity of traditional, centralized money apps with the security of trustless Bitcoin wallets.” Pokkst explained on the Reddit forum r/btc that he spent a few sleepless nights powered by soda while he was coding up the application for release.
The app, which is only 6.5 megabytes in size, takes just a minute to download and roughly another minute to…
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