These are the problems the Pillar project will address. We want to give people a better, safer dashboard to their digital world, starting with an open-source wallet. We have two main objectives:
Replace accounts with atomic ownership. We all have dozens of accounts. With accounts, you log in and all your valuable data is trapped inside the app or the service. This presents huge concentration risk. By switching from accounts to wallets, each person owns his/her own assets and can switch vendors freely.
Replace apps with services. Apps on our phones are miniature desktop apps. This harkens back to the days of paper-based processes, showing once again that humans always adopt the old ways of working to new technology. Now that we all have superconnected computers in our pockets, we believe the personal data locker will replace iOS and Android to become the operating system for all your devices.
The decentralization movement and technologies like blockchain will lead to a fundamental reversal of power, putting people in control of their digital lives.
● Multi-chain: able to see hundreds of kinds of tokens and coins ● Open source ● Not tied to any one browser or any one exchange ● Easy for software companies to incorporate into their systems ● Both on desktop and mobile ● Stand-alone and OEM
Attention. There is a risk that unverified members are not actually members of the team
The company has an aim to be safer for the users who are operating in a digital world. It’s a large project that could be very important for anyone in the digital currency space. It could also be a completely useless company that does nothing for people. Looking at it now, it’s an open sourced wallet. It’s a wallet that will likely hold a variety of virtual currencies, and in the future, could become more. It potentially could be the source to find the best apps, tools, browsers and anything related for cryptocurrency users. The wallet is only the start of what Pillar claims to be. Pillar states they’ll become so large that they’ll completely overtake and replace Android and iOS. And that is one of their red flags, the personal data locker they talk about hasn’t been proven yet. And it’s gone back as far as 2010 in concept. The only statement they’ve made so far that can be validated is that the blockchain technology is one of the most important advancements that anyone has seen. Other than that, Pillar is going to have to prove themselves as a serious company if they want to make changes in the world of cryptocurrency.
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