Blank Wallet: Monthly Review for September

September was another busy period for the Blank Wallet team. A few key milestones were met over the month. The team remains committed to pressing on with our release plan for a successful mainnet launch.

In case you’re not in the loop, here’s what happened with Blank Wallet over the last month:

Phase 1 Completed

We’ve completed phase 1 of our 3 phase release plan. Phase 1 involved concluding our first public security audit with Least Authority. We received Least Authority’s feedback and made the necessary adjustments. You can read Least Authority’s full audit report here.

The Blank Wallet team has already begun an internal mainnet testing phase as a part of phase 2. In the coming weeks, you can expect the beginning of a mainnet beta testing period involving a limited number of community members.

Rest assured, we will communicate clearly as we progress towards mainnet release.

New Audit

Earlier this month, we announced that we’ve teamed up with X41 D-SEC for an additional public security audit. The X41 D-SEC team will use their expertise in the digital security space to hunt down potential vulnerabilities.

We’re building Blank Wallet for long-term success, and laying down solid foundations is a key part of the process. As a result, Blank Wallet’s code will be audited regularly to ensure the future of the project.

Delivering additional audits is in phase 3 of our mainnet release plan.

New Wallet Features

Throughout the month, we have made adjustments to the wallet’s UI and posted a series of GIFs that display key wallet features. In particular, we revealed two new features that were not present in our first public testnet version:

  • A compliance tool that gives users the ability to stay in line with regulations
  • An address book feature that simplifies the process of sending funds

These features are visible in the GIF below:

Building The Future Of Privacy

We were joined by Iman, Aleksandras, and Ale in a series of posts dedicated to discussing the future of privacy. The discussion covered Blank Wallet, privacy, Web 3.0, regulations, and everything in between.

You can read the posts here:

Job Posts

Last month we announced that we’re on the hunt for a Chief Marketing Officer to lead our post-launch marketing efforts. This month we expanded our search by announcing that we’re looking for a Typescript Developer to join the team as a full-time software engineer.

If you’ve got what it takes for either position, then don’t hesitate to get in contact!

The Blank Wallet team will continue to expand as we creep towards our mainnet release and beyond. Stay tuned for more exciting opportunities working on one of the most exciting projects in crypto.

Staking DApp

At the beginning of the month, we gave the community a first look at our upcoming $BLANK staking DApp. The development team has been building it from the ground up to reduce our reliance on third parties. The central aim of the DApp is to reward $BLANK holders with a long-term vision and add further utility to the token’s ecosystem.

The development team has made considerable progress on the DApp, yet is currently focused on getting Blank Wallet ready for mainnet release. You can expect the staking DApp to be implemented after phase 3 of our release plan.

About Blank Wallet

Blank Wallet is the most private, non-custodial crypto wallet.

Blank Wallet is the ultimate browser extension wallet for full financial privacy, without compromise. Unlock the full potential of Web 3.0 with privacy-enhancing smart contracts at your fingertips.

As crypto sees further adoption, on-chain privacy is quickly becoming a sought-after commodity. For newcomers and enthusiasts alike, blockchain’s lack of privacy poses a real security risk that stems the growth of cryptocurrency. Blank Wallet eliminates the friction faced by millions of users by making privacy accessible for everyone, everywhere.

The wallet uses battle-tested privacy-enhancing technology to protect your financial data. Cryptographic proofs allow users to deposit and mix their funds in a smart contract that renders them untraceable. When you want to make a withdrawal, Blank Wallet creates a fresh wallet address with no links to your history on the blockchain.

Anyone can easily install Blank Wallet and start reaping the benefits. Besides full privacy functionality, Blank Wallet comes packed with an array of features that go beyond privacy for a seamless user experience. With full Web 3.0 support, the wallet allows you to connect to any DApp and harness the power of the decentralized web.

Reclaim your financial privacy. GoBlank.

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