Just over a week after announcing the security audit of the Trinity mobile wallet, IOTA announced that they are working on a desktop alpha version. The desktop effort was led by a community member, iota.dance.
The alpha version testing of the desktop wallet is expected to begin in the first half of April and the team is hoping to meet this deadline. They have also stressed their intentions to be more transparent concerning development from here on out.
Along with this announcement, they released a registration form for applicants to test the desktop wallet. 100 desktop testers were chosen for this alpha testing and, as shared in a recent Reddit post by Trinity Core Developer Charlie Varley, that number seems to have increased.
The response from the very involved IOTA Reddit community has been universally positive. Those who have had a chance to test the Trinity wallet note several new features and a more intuitive experience.
Both the mobile and desktop versions are being tested…