Ever since its launch in June 2017, IOTA (MIOTA) has been one of the most interesting digital assets in the market, making its way into the top 10 cryptos and maintaining it ever since. With Trinity nearing its release soon, we’re taking a look at some interesting news around the IOTA space.

Formerly known as UCL wallet, the Trinity wallet is the much anticipated IOTA user friendly wallet that has been in development for the past few months. An update to the Trinity development schedule was made on March 21.

David Sonstebo, the Founder of IOTA released a short update for things we should be expecting on Trinity in the nearest future. The release of Trinity for Desktop will be the first in line, after that iOS and Android users would be expecting the Trinity Wallet to hit their platforms. The Trinity Desktop Alpha is LIVE The long awaited update to the Trinity development Schedule was released a week ago.

The first on the list is the Trinity Desktop Alpha, the app is however expected to be released for public usage on April 4. The Trinity Desktop Alpha has been released to mobile testers.

A total of 100 users are taking part in the testing of the Desktop alpha before its imminent release. The release of the Trinity Desktop Alpha will mark the start of a new phase in the achieving IOTAs laid down vision. Read more from stocksgazette.com…

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