IOTA token holders now get to experiment with today’s beta release of the IOTA Trinity mobile wallet. Initially a community-driven project, Trinity was adopted by the IOTA Foundation in order to provide assurance to the wider community that the wallet is safe to use, and as free from the threat of user error as possible.
The IOTA Foundation has subsequently subjected Trinity to two external reviews, a threat modeling exercise, and a security audit, to ensure maximum safety for users. Any threats or bugs that were identified during these two external reviews have been investigated and mitigated or patched where required.
The wallet features safe seed storage with 2FA, multiple accounts, quick transfers, and a price feature which enables users to stay current with the value of their IOTA holdings. Trinity is designed to make transactions as simple and convenient as possible. It offers a variety of helpful features, from easy-to-use QR code support, to under-the-hood details like address reuse prevention.
Trinity mobile beta is out on both iOS and Android. Soon to come, the Trinity desktop beta is scheduled to launch, but no date of release been mentioned. The current design work aims to harmonize the user experience and feel of the desktop and mobile apps.
The IOTA Foundation said:
“We must give special mention to the community alpha testers (over 400 users), who have helped to us iron out numerous bugs and improve usability, and the community translators, who have enabled us to support 35 languages. This is an ongoing process and we thank you for your tireless efforts.”