Mr James Junior, co-founder of Flashcoin, the lightning fast blockchain, expatiates on the integration of Bitcore into the Flash wallet. Africa regional head for Bitcore, Mr Opakunle Omotayo confirms date of integration.
In an interview session with Opakunle Omotayo and James Junior, the latter revealed that the integration would go a long way to help both projects, (Flashcoin and Bitcore) achieve their aim.
The African regional head of Bitcore, Mr Opakunle said that Bitcore’s integration in the Flash wallet represents “critical forward steps in making
Bitcore (BTX) become a more widely adopted and easily accessible cryptocurrency.” He confirmed that the integration of Bitcore into the Flash wallet took place on 13 September 2019.
The Ease of Doing Business with the Flash Wallet
The Flash wallet allows the sending of coins by using email address. In the wallet, users can send coins as simply as they would send an email instead of having to use complicated and difficult to remember wallet addresses. Enter the email address associated with the recipient’s Flash wallet, and the number of BTX you wish to send and press ‘ok’.
According to Mr James, “the wallet is secured via a two-form factor encryption and compatible with any device with a modern web browser.” This will enable users store and transact BitCore in any of the 25 languages supported by Flash wallet.
Use Flash Wallet in Any Language
The languages supported are: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Hindi, Urdu, Japanese, Korean, Gujarati, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, Arabic, French, German, Greek, Italian, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese, Danish, Romanian and Serbian.