Multi-chain wallet BitKeep has officially connected to WalletConnect 2.0
The Web 3.0 communication protocol WalletConnect has connected to the multi-chain wallet BitKeep, regarding BitKeep as a vital part of the “Wallet + DApp” ecosystem. Users can smoothly experience BitKeep wallet with WalletConnect by scanning the QR code on browsers or jumping to the APP through Deep Link to safely interact with all integrated DApps.
The BitKeep mobile terminal is now compatible with WalletConnect 1.0 and 2.0 versions. The implemented functions include the following:
- Available for multi-chains such as EVM and Solana
- DApp can initiate multi-chain connection requests at the same time
- Reconnect when disconnected
Later versions will support Cosmos chain connections, switching between EVM chains on the authorized link page, multi-session, Chat, Push, etc.
“Previously in Web 3.0, mobile wallet and web DApp were isolated with relatively poor interaction and operability. A browser plug-in is an effective way to improve interaction, which is also the design idea of BitKeep,” Jack Tang from the BitKeep developer team. “We have developed a mobile APP, a PC / H5 web page, and a Chrome plug-in. Meanwhile, we cooperated with WalletConnect to further meet users’ demands for multi-chain DApp integration.”
It is understood that both WalletConnect and BitKeep were established in 2018 and have gone through bulls and bears markets multiple times. They are committed to building the infrastructure of the Crypto industry to help more users and developers enjoy the convenience brought by financial paradigms and innovations. According to BitKeep developer Jack, “WalletConnect is an unbiased protocol representing the consensus of stakeholders in the ecosystem. They provide all wallets and DApps with equal and open communication opportunities by end-to-end encrypted communication at the bottom layer.”
“Insufficient convenience will restrict ecosystem development, thus it is critical to solving internal communication in Web 3.0.” By accessing WalletConnect, BitKeep has obtained an efficient solution combining web and mobile terminals to improve interoperability with DApps and strengthen user connection.
The product optimizations of WalletConnect 2.0 are compatible with BitKeep wallet:
Multi-chain Support: Multi-chain has always been the primary function of the BitKeep wallet. It currently supports more than 70 mainstream public chains. With multi-chain development, the demand for cross-chain interaction is proliferating. WalletConnect 2.0 adds availability for Cosmos, Polkadot, Solana, and Near; and DApps can request multi-chain connections. BitKeep has authorized connections for Ethereum, Polygon, and Solana; and Cosmos authorization will be functional in the next version.
Pairing & Session Separation: In response to the frequent pairing of the previous version, the WalletConnect 2.0 protocol will cache previously paired wallets. It can be shared between applications in the same browser through an iframe without repeated scan code pairing all over again. This optimization can also improve the wallet connection for GameFi when using the BitKeep APP.
Security Risks Shield: Security is also considered one of the critical factors. The connection between BitKeep and WalletConnect reduces the exposure of the mnemonic and private keys. Similar to a sandbox environment, it keeps mnemonic and private keys in the mobile device without exposing them to DApps. The new version is achievable for the connection with DApps and transaction signature.
BitKeep’s mission is to design products for the next billion Web 3.0 users. The alliance between BitKeep and WalletConnect is committed to deepening the connection between mobile and web terminals, as well as wallet and DApps, attracting more users and paving the way for mainstreaming Web 3.0 in the future.
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