Enabling cross device wallet synchronization with the new $PAC electrum wallet
“Oh great… another $PAC wallet?” said a user from our $PAC Discord on April 3rd 2018, and rightly so, it was only two months ago we released the redemption wallet for the old PACcoin, 2 weeks after that we released the new $PAC wallet for the new coin and then 1 month later both iOS and Android wallets released. So what’s the deal $PAC? Why so many wallets?
Electrum wallets are fundamentally different from both the mobile and core wallets you might have already installed on your devices.
Electrum wallets focus on SPEED, LOW RESOURCE USE and SIMPLICITY to the end user.
Start up times are instant because the wallet operates in conjunction with high-performance servers that handle the most complicated parts of the $PAC system such as downloading and syncing the blockchain and broadcasting signed transactions to the network. Electrum is a great light solution for those that don’t want to give up their security. It allows the user to keep control of their private keys and to sign transactions locally without the need to download the blockchain.
Because it is centralized, any mobile wallet that we have released can use the electrum wallet to get information about anything from simple balance enquiries, price statistics or even Masternode monitoring features.
In fact something incredibly exciting about the new Electrum wallet is that our Woocommerce plugin for online retailers will be also be using it, or at least consuming its API’s to provide payment gateway features to truly bring $PAC adoption to the forefront of our efforts over the course of the future. The more adoption we see and real world use cases $PAC achieves then the more stable the global $PAC economy will become and it’s inherent value strengthens.
Our immediate plan for the electrum wallet is to create scale-ability as people use them more and more and the performance needs to increase for our servers.
Where do I get my hands on the Electrum wallet?
We will soon be adding all download links to our wallets.paccoin.net platform, but if you just can’t wait you can access the Beta from our Github:
Available for Mac, Windows and Ubuntus
– The Dev Team