Crypto Firm Temtum Releases Mobile Wallet On iOS And Android

Blockchain, News | January 20, 2020 By:

Cryptocurrency firm Temtum has announced the release of its iOS and Android mobile wallet application.

Temtum is a fully deployed digital currency that claims to be ultra-fast, quantum-secure, infinitely scalable and energy efficient. Developed following five years of academic research, Temtum aims to solve the fundamental limitations of blockchain networks, including speed, security, scalability and energy usage. The TemTum network was designed as a new architecture built from the ground up to run on any connected device, giving temtum the potential to transform the way that value is exchanged and stored.

TemTum’s mobile wallet app allows for seamless transactions across all devices. The wallet works similar to a bank account in that it is both a repository for currencies and a mechanism for completing transactions. Transactions are completed within 12 seconds, compared to 1-2 business days in traditional banking.

In addition to the launch of its Android and iOS mobile wallets, TemTum’s keyboard payment functionality allows anyone to send TemTum via any mobile messaging application, including Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Telegram. This patent-pending functionality will initially only be available on the Android app.

Users can download a customized, third-party keyboard as part of the TemTum mobile wallet application and then send crypto without opening a separate app or converting funds. The temtum web wallet, mobile wallet application, and keyboard all use the TemTum API to apply the same industry-leading security standards, ensuring data integrity between transactions.

“Cryptocurrencies only have the potential to change the world if people can use them safely and easily,” said Richard Dennis, Founder and CEO of TemTum. “TemTum’s mobile wallet applications and keyboard payments make it simple for anyone to securely send temtum from their phones in seconds, realizing the vision that the blockchain technology industry has held for years but never truly executed upon.”