Shibetoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Dogecoin, has announced the release of a DOGE wallet for iOS users.
Dogecoin (DOGE) has announced the release of a new iOS mobile wallet. MyDoge Wallet, the Dogecoin mobile wallet, is a non-custodial social wallet designed for the secure storage and trade of DOGE cryptocurrency.
Shibetoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous founder of Dogecoin, announced the revolutionary launch of the cryptocurrency storage platform on Twitter today, saying:
“A dedicated dogecoin wallet for iOS has just been published – non-custodial and appears to be fairly simple to use!”
a dedicated dogecoin wallet was just released for iOS – non-custodial and seems pretty easy to use! https://t.co/EtLHPIf9uC
— Shibetoshi Nakamoto (@BillyM2k) March 4, 2022
MyDoge Wallet Advantages
According to the wallet’s description on the Apple Software Store, the app was created as part of efforts to enhance the number of daily DOGE transactions by fostering a community of Dogecoin aficionados who would be able to communicate with one another in-app.
Users may utilize the new Dogecoin wallet to buy, send, receive, and store DOGE. Furthermore, the Dogecoin team claims that users will benefit from a secure and inexpensive charge while completing transactions on the app.
The app is intended to work properly on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. The program, which has a file size of 49.1 MB, is designed to work only on smartphones running iOS 12.0 or later, according to the Dogecoin team.
The Android version has yet to be released.
The Dogecoin team has yet to announce an official release date for the Android version of the app as of this writing.
However, Android users can keep their DOGE coins in any of the market’s available mobile wallets, such as Trust Wallet, Coinomi, Metamask, and others.