Decentralized D-App Wallet Development

The All-in-One Cryptocurrency DApp Mobile App Development Company

Typically associated with the Ethereum project, a decentralized application, or DApp is an application that runs on a peer-to-peer network of computers as opposed to a single computer. The key benefit of this is, users of the network do not depend on a central computer in-order to send and receive information.

In-order to fully understand the difference between a decentralized application and a centralized application, let us consider some examples of centralized applications such as: Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. These are all examples of centralized applications, because in-order to use them, the user is dependent on a network owned and operated by a central entity. This is in contrast with a decentralized application, where the user is not dependent on a central entity to send and receive information.

Even though a DApp does not necessarily require a blockchain from which to operate on top of, most DApps harnesses the power of blockchain technology using what is known as, smart contracts. Smart contracts are self-executing contracts designed to enforce the terms of an agreement. For example, if you want to purchase a house, this process would involve multiple third parties such as estate agents and lawyers, who would settle the purchase for you. However, with the use of a smart contract, the process need only involves the buyer and the seller. Once all the conditions are met, the smart contract would execute independently of any third party.

Cryptocurrency wallet solutions developed by Crypto Soft Malaysia come with a variety of basic features that include;


  Private key generation and secure management

  Mnemonic phrase generation and secure management

  Wallet address generation

  Uploading private keys and mnemonic phrases generated by other wallets

  Facility to create addresses to receive digital assets

  Facility to create addresses to transfer digital assets

  Facility to check the balance and transaction histories