GNY Mobile Wallet Allows Users More Convenient Access to Our Blockchain Network

GNY, the leading blockchain-based machine learning business, has launched the GNY Mobile Wallet, allowing its users to access the GNY blockchain conveniently through their Android and IOS mobile devices. 

The Mobile Wallet allows token holders to manage their GNY assets and vote for the delegates that secure the GNY blockchain network. 

Users can also create new tokens on the GNY Mainnet network all from the convenience of their mobile devices. 

A brief list of the wallet’s features include:

  • Biometric login option
  • Token storage & transfer ability
  •  Unique asset creation in a few clicks
  • Delegate voting functionality
  • Smooth user experience

The Mobile Wallet seamlessly integrates with the legacy desktop version of the technology, and all interfaces reflect the real time activity and structure of the decentralized network.

Future versions of the GNY Mobile Wallet will include SwapGate and Delegate registration. Additionally GNY is releasing an upgraded version of the GNY BTC Range Report in October 2022, and there are plans to include the BTC predictive service within future versions of the GNY Mobile Wallet. 

Product support & user experience is extremely important to GNY. The Mobile Wallet for Android & iOS has a dedicated downloads page within our website located HERE. This is backed by a comprehensive FAQ section, and is further bolstered by our support desk.  

The GNY Mobile Wallet was developed by GNY in collaboration with The Distance, an award winning UK-based mobile app developer.  The Distance combined GNY’s futuristic aesthetic and cutting edge technology to bring access to the GNY network for its on-the-go users. 

At the launch of the wallet GNY co-founder Richard Jarritt stated that “The GNY Mobile Wallet is another important technological investment in the company’s long term objective to make blockchain and machine learning services accessible to everyone”.

 The GNY team welcomed the broad coverage given to the launch from Cryptocurrency and Tradfi publications. Some of which we have featured below.

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