One of the most annoying things that can happen to a cryptocurrency is a lack of convenient wallet solutions, which inevitably leads to most users keep their coins on exchanges. Thanks to DECENT’s latest partnership with Freewallet, however, that will probably not be the case with DCT.
DECENT is a decentralized content distribution system. The original author of any file uploaded to its P2P storage system is recorded in the DECENT blockchain, and if it is intended for sale, it can only be decrypted by those who’ve sent enough DCT tokens. By removing middleman fees, disabling censorship and protecting users with pseudonymity, it provides a better solution than things like YouTube and Netflix with its streaming capability.
Freewallet is a company that develops mobile cryptocurrency wallets, lightweight clients with no need to sync to the blockchain and a keep-it-simple design philosophy. Although Bitcoin is obviously a primary focus, they’ve been adding others including Ethereum to the family since their inception this year. Their features include built-in exchanges and cold storage, and they have been experiencing impressive organic user growth.