During the first week of April, news.Bitcoin.com reported on a new bitcoin cash (BCH) mobile wallet called Crescent Cash. At the time, the wallet was the third wallet within the BCH ecosystem to add the Cash Accounts protocol. Now with the latest version release, the noncustodial client is the first mobile wallet to support Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) tokens.
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Crescent Cash Mobile Wallet Adds SLP Token Support
Development on the Bitcoin Cash network has continued to grow over the last few months and there’s been a load of applications released. On April 23 the developer of the Crescent Cash and the Bchgallery mobile wallets published a new version of the Crescent Cash light client. The application was built by the anonymous software programmer Pokkst and the latest release on Google Play adds SLP token support to the BCH wallet. This means Crescent Cash users can send, receive, and store SLP tokens on a mobile phone, alongside bitcoin…