Netbox.Browser Integrates Syscoin's Non-Custodial Crypto Wallet, Pali Wallet

Netbox has announced the integration of Pali Wallet into their decentralized blockchain-backed web browser, Netbox.Browser.

“We are happy to share our new Pali Wallet integration which brings all of our 300,000+ Netbox users to the opportunities of Syscoin Platform!”

It will be integral to the browser itself, meaning Netbox.Browser users won’t need to download and install Pali Wallet as a separate add-on.

Netbox chose Syscoin’s Pali Wallet for many reasons. Pali’s state-of-the-art design makes transactions and dApp interactions simple. Pali is also non-custodial and supports the Trezor hardware wallet, meaning users hold their own keys. Netbox also wants to minimize the need to switch between wallets. Pali’s roadmap aims to solve exactly that with its upcoming support for Ethereum EVM (including Polygon, Syscoin NEVM, Binance Smart Chain, and more), as well as possible support for more Bitcoin-based blockchains beyond just Syscoin.

 

About Netbox and Netbox.Browser

Netbox is a blockchain-based infrastructure with an ecosystem built around Netbox.Chain and its network of Masternodes. It uses Netbox.Coin (NBX) as an internal cryptocurrency.

Netbox.Browser is the first web browser that does not have a centralized infrastructure: all personal data of users belong only to them and decisions on the areas of development of the product are made by the community. The Netbox.Browser infrastructure is completely transparent and distributed, as it is stored without the use of central servers in the Netbox.Chain blockchain structures.” 

The whole architecture of Netbox.Chain is designed to provide rewards for active users of the browser.

About Syscoin 

Syscoin offers fast, low-cost tokens, assets and (fractional) NFT’s secured by Bitcoin’s own hash power, decentralized consensus model, and censorship resistance. Its roadmap aims to a next-generation coordinated financial computation platform called Syscoin NEVM. This will provide a Bitcoin-secured L1 and an EVM for Turing-complete smart contracts along with L2 capabilities using Zero-Knowledge Proofs and Rollups. In all, it will provide the best characteristics of both blockchain paradigms, and a scalable and decentralized Web 3.0. The platform also offers the option of a permissioned L2 smart contract feature, Syscoin Notary, which is useful for regulatory compliance at scale, and much more.

Nov 2, 2021 by Syscoin Foundation, SMT