MimbleWimble is the most revolutionary technology in crypto’s ten-year history – and when MWC’s MainNet launches November 11th; with airdrop claims commencing a month (or less) later; it will have ALREADY achieved an enormous amount of code development.
First, the MimbleWimble sector’s most user-friendly, Windows/iOS/Linux-enabled GUI wallet – followed by a MimbleWimble-based cold storage system that competitors do not yet have. And now, successful atomic swap testnet transactions between MWC and Bitcoin – an amazing accomplishment, in an application with huge OTC possibilities for all of crypto…especially coins that are ALREADY private, like MWC.
Below, Lead Dev Chris Gilliard discusses the atomic swap transactions – that enable decentralized trades without either party having to “send first.” This has been tested before in other coins - but MWC aims to make it, like its GUI wallet, user-friendly.
Before its MainNet has even launched, MWC’s engineers have made an incredible amount of important technological breakthroughs – in both MimbleWimble development, and broader crypto initiatives that will benefit the entire community.
When MWC launches next month – with BTC holders receiving 30% of the lifetime supply via an airdrop in which 1% of the entire BTC float was registered - I expect much excitement about the possibilities…of a coin with the potential to effect real, meaningful improvement to the cryptocurrency sector, for many years to come!
The MWC airdrop registration ended July 19th, with MainNet launch scheduled for November 11th, 2019, and claims on December 11th, 2019. A total of 148,474 Bitcoin registered – roughly 1% of the entire BTC float - yielding an MWC/BTC ratio of roughly 40.41. For more information, please check out the MWC website, Discord room, Twitter feed, and Telegram Forum.