ADAMANT Messenger update for iOS — ETH and ADM transactions in chats!

ADAMANT is not just a messenger — we strive to create a multifunctional system for personal and business communication. One of our goals is to implement a means for instant exchange of cryptocurrencies and tokens in chats, and we successfully implemented it in the latest version of our app.

We present you an update of ADAMANT Messenger for iOS: the app now works approximately 33 times faster and users can send ADM and ETH to each other.

Fast, convenient, accurate

We’ve already implemented the sending of our own tokens (ADM) in the progressive web app (PWA) as well as ETH and Binance Coin (BNB). You can send all three of them wallet-to-wallet as well as right in chats. This feature successfully passed all tests and received a positive feedback.

Apple device users can now send tokens via ADAMANT Messenger as we added sending of ADM and ETH in chats in the latest update for iOS.

The main advantage of this feature is its simplicity: you just use a regular messenger’s interface to send and receive transactions. In the Wallet section, you can withdraw your tokens to an external wallet. Since you can rename your contacts and have your own “address book”, you are safe from mistakes when typing a receiver’s address.

Therefore this feature allows you to pay for goods and services with just a click as well as instantly send tokens and currencies to your friends and partners.

The fee for transactions in ADAMANT is 100 lower than in banks; sending ETH to any place on the planet costs 0.0004 ETH (~6 cents at the time of this writing).

New code — new speed

Besides new types of transactions, this iOS update has another important feature. Our development team has rewritten JavaScript code to native Swift, and this allowed ~33x faster loading and decrypting speed. We worked hard during these three months to release this update, and now proudly present the results.

You can download ADAMANT Messenger for iOS in App Store.

People trust ADAMANT because the source code is completely public.

What’s next?

We plan to expand the messenger’s features further: implement new tokens and cryptocurrencies transfers and other options. The updated will be focused on sending and receiving Lisk tokens in chats.

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