A programmer named Pokkst designed a BCH wallet that operates with tje light client protocol. Pokkst named his application “Crescent Crash” and is now available for download in Google Play. However, the wallet is not yet available for Apple users.
Pokkst’s Crescent Cash
Pokkst’s Crescent Cash marks the third BCH wallet in the cryptocurrency world. The first two wallets are Bchgallery and Ifwallet, which is a Chinese BCH light client. All three BCH wallets used Jonathan Silverblood’s protocol for a Bitcoin Cash account.
The developer explained that he created a system where bitcoin users will find it simple to use without sacrificing its reliability. The app still used traditional bitcoin systems but used a much simpler interface. The app has a green and white interface, which looks appealing even to new bitcoin users.
With 6.5 megabytes in size, the application does not take ample space in your phone’s memory and is easy to download. Crescent Cash uses the cash account username system instead of using the alphanumeric one. The cash account system is relatively shorter than the other and is more comfortable for the user to remember.
You can send bitcoins to a person by plugging in their username or QR code and entering the amount you want to transfer. However, since the app is a basic wallet, it does not show and store the mnemonic seed phrase, so you need to write it down. The seed phrase can be found in the settings area and is essential for verification.