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Wallet Cardano: how to store ADA

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We are excited to announce our new Wallet Cardano.

Cardano is a cryptocurrency with a different infrastructure-level design than Bitcoin and Ethereum. In addition it benefits from having (IOHK), a fully-funded development team led by Charles Hoskinson.

The organization behind the project is the Cardano Foundation that selected a well-known think-tank to to enhance the research program of the Protocol of Cardano and Ada. As a result, Cardano did not begin with a comprehensive roadmap or even an authoritative white paper. Cardano is a project that involved feedback from hundreds of the brightest minds inside and outside of the cryptocurrency industry.

You can instantly purchase ADA with more 30 cryptocurrencies in your HolyTransaction wallet and send them to any HolyTransaction’s user for free.

Therefore, HolyTransaction’s customers can create a new address inside their account and use HolyTransaction Wallet to send, receive transactions and to instantly convert them to any other supported cryptocurrency.

Just like Bitcoin and the other 30 cryptocurrencies we currently support, you can now:

  • Send ADA to any address, even to addresses of other cryptocurrencies with instant conversion on the fly;
  • Receive transactions;
  • Exchange ADA with any supported coins;
  • Make instant transactions between HT users;
  • Get real time exchange rates on the website;
  • Set OTP for additional protection.

To add your ADA address, click on the “plus” at the top right of the balance page. You can use the “plus” to select the wallets you want to see in the dashboard, for instance:

Add new cryptocurrency

We are honoured to be part of this new community!

NOTE: HolyTransaction Web Wallet can store more than 25 digital currencies, including: Bitcoin, Dash, Ethereum, Dogecoin, Litecoin, Decred, Zcash, Dai Stablecoin, DigixDao, Augur, 0x Project, Gamecredits, Enjin Coin, Blackcoin, Gridcoin, Aidcoin, Peercoin, Syscoin, Groestlcoin, Power Ledger, BAT, BlockV, PIVX, TrueUSD and Cardano, among the others.

Open your free digital wallet here to store your cryptocurrencies in a safe place.

Satoshi

How to use the blockchain to secure medical records

Guardtime, a blockchain platform for ensuring the integrity of systems, is now working together with the Estonian eHealth Foundation to develop a blockchain network to secure one million patient medical records.

eHealth will use the Guardtime’s KSI (Keyless Signature Infrastructure) into its database to improve the security and the real-time availability of patient medical records.

Guardtime aims at protecting those records with an “independent forensic-quality audit trail”, so it will be impossible to edit the information.

During a recent interview conducted by Coindesk, a spokesperson for Guardtime said:

“In guarding sensitive records, the danger is that they could be altered, deleted, improperly changed or updated, affected by hackers, malware, system issues, etc. The blockchain in this case can prove the integrity of the record, and everything that has happened to it over time”

Why in Estonia?

Maybe you are asking yourselves why this kind of innovation is being conducted in Estonia.

Well, Estonia is already famous for its e-government system which use a chip-embedded ID card that allows citizens to access government services including filing taxes and voting online.

Guardtime Insights

In 2007 Guardtime invented a “Keyless Signature Infrastructure”, a blockchain platform created to ensure the integrity of systems, networks and data at industrial scale.

Keyless Signature Infrastructure (KSI) is designed to provide scalable digital signature based authentication for electronic data, machines and humans. KSI uses only hash-function cryptography, allowing verification to rely only on the security of hash-functions and the availability of the blockchain.

According to the company itself, Guardtime’s method is similar to the one used by the blockchain startup Factom. In both cases, in fact, every time a file changes, a new signature is generated and stored in the blockchain.

Open your free digital wallet here to store your cryptocurrencies in a safe place.

Amelia Tomasicchio