AgamaThis is the approved revision of this page, as well as being the most recent.
Users can choose between Full, Basilisk and Native modes and they can use multiple currencies like Bitcoin, Komodo or Zcash, among many others. The multiwallet allows users to have and use multiple cryptocurrencies while allowing themto choose how they want to handle their security.
- Full Mode: normal T-transactions, blockchain is downloaded. This is basically a full node for the coin you choose.
- Basilisk mode: normal T-transactions, no blockchain download. This is basically an Electrum like wallet that instead of relying on servers, relies on decentralized nodes to fetch blockchain information and to broadcast the transactions.
- Native mode: private Z-transactions, blockchain is downloaded (not available yet)
The Agamawallet is still being developed and it will contain additional tools like DEX, a decentralized liquid exchange for cryptocurrencies and PAX, a pegged asset exchange for fiat currency tokens. The coin exchange will use 'atomic swaps', which means the coins are exchanged peer to peer.
- Platforms: Mac OS, Windows, Linux
- Validation Type: Full Node
- Wallet Features: Hierarchical Deterministic, Open Source
- Anonymity: High
- Security: Personal
- Source Code Url: https://github.com/SuperNETorg/Agama
- Ease Of Use: Average