FlintWallet, a feature-rich Cardano-based wallet, has released its 2.0 version in a major advancement for its platform.
As part of its effort to develop into a fully-fledged digital wallet that is interoperable with any blockchain network, FlintWallet now adds support for Milkomeda C1 tokens in this latest release.
Sebastien Guillemot, CTO of dcSpark, remarked on this development by stating that the addition of Milkomeda support by Flint has represented yet another “major stride” toward Cardano interoperability.
The objective of achieving seamless interoperability between Cardano networks and other blockchains will undoubtedly be seen as having been realized with this action.
The ability for systems from different networks to securely synchronize and/or interact with one another is known as interoperability between multiple blockchains.
The actual potential of distributed ledger technology can be realized through interoperability, which enables various digital assets, data sets, and transactions to interact with one another.
With Ethereum and Solana, Flint currently allows sending and receiving assets on Cardano. Without leaving one’s wallet, it enables interaction with decentralized applications and viewing of non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
The mobile version of flint wallet is available for both iOS and android. Version 1.0 of the iOS app was released on 5 may 2022. Version 2.0.0 was released on 20 January 2023 for android and 21 January 2022 for iOS.