Comet Open Beta is Now Live!

Comet
Comet
Jan 3, 2019 · 2 min read

The #1 web3 browsing experience for the VeChainThor blockchain has arrived.

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Comet is a wallet for your web browser that enables you to run dApps on the VeChainThor blockchain.

We are delighted to announce that the Comet browser extension is now available to everyone! Comet can be installed from the Chrome Web Store.

Click here to get Comet!

NOTE: While Comet is still in beta we recommend connecting to testnet or a local node.

What’s Next for Comet?

Over the coming months, Comet will receive many updates and improvements. Some of these updates include, but are not limited to:

  • Support for Connex.
  • An extensionless option that lets users run dApps on mobile.
  • Verified dApp program for improved user experience.
  • Integration with Veforge Vault.
  • and much more!

Get Started Developing dApps on VechainThor

To assist those who are new to developing dApps on VeChainThor, we’ve created two guides to walk you through setting up your development environment, and how to create Comet compatible web3 dApps.

Stay tuned for more guides from the Comet team by following us on Twitter!

Join the Discussion

We would love to hear any feedback you have while using Comet. Join us on Telegram, Twitter, and Reddit to discuss all things Comet and dApps.

Comet is a browser extension that enables you to run dApps on the VeChainThor blockchain from the comfort of your web browser. Comet currently supports Google Chrome and will be expanding to more web browsers in the future.

For more information on Comet, read the Official Comet Announcement.

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