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Re: [Worker Proposal] OpenSource BitShares Mobile SDK (Android/iOS)
« Reply #15 on: March 16, 2019, 06:53:56 pm »
The BiTSy android wallet for Bitshares is open source:
https://github.com/Agorise/bitsy-wallet
 
BiTSy can be downloaded here:
www.BiTSy-wallet.com
 
BiTSy is a lightweight, minimalist, lightning-fast, merchant-friendly Bitshares mobile wallet with support for over 2000 digital assets, and includes a dynamic, searchable map which shows all of the Bitshares merchants and Tellers. It's written primarily in Kotlin, and is 100% android architecture components (AAC) for stability and speed.
 
In 2019, capital permitting, we plan to dump the rest of our java and js for good, and moving to Dart lang and Flutter(.io), which enables us to code once and do builds for Android, iOS, Web, and embedded systems.
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Re: [Worker Proposal] OpenSource BitShares Mobile SDK (Android/iOS)
« Reply #16 on: March 17, 2019, 01:41:20 am »
The BiTSy android wallet for Bitshares is open source:
https://github.com/Agorise/bitsy-wallet
 
BiTSy can be downloaded here:
www.BiTSy-wallet.com
 
BiTSy is a lightweight, minimalist, lightning-fast, merchant-friendly Bitshares mobile wallet with support for over 2000 digital assets, and includes a dynamic, searchable map which shows all of the Bitshares merchants and Tellers. It's written primarily in Kotlin, and is 100% android architecture components (AAC) for stability and speed.
 
In 2019, capital permitting, we plan to dump the rest of our java and js for good, and moving to Dart lang and Flutter(.io), which enables us to code once and do builds for Android, iOS, Web, and embedded systems.

Hey Ken,

amazing to see this open source! Any chance the readme gets properly filled?

Cheers,
 Stefan