Comet Archives - Safe Haven
Flash Development Update [2022/45+46]

Take a look at some of our recent updates from the past two weeks: 🎙 #AMA with @XRP_OWL 🌐 #Vechain Project Leaders Space 🎁 #BlackFriday & #CyberMonday 📱 #SafeNode displays node balances as normal after VeChain node update

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Flash Development Update [2022/22]

Amongst many other meetings, Co-Founder/COO Andy and CPO Tyler joined a Top 10 cryptocurrency on a special podcast‼️ If you want to learn more about what our team has done this week, checkout our Flash Friday

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Wallets Supported By SafeSwap V1

SafeSwap wants to be a cross-chain bridge with a great and intuitive UI and UX. Therefore we'll integrate as much wallets as we can.

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Security Guidelines & User Privacy Whilst Using Inheriti Community Edition (Inheriti CE)

As you probably already know, our first live edition of Inheriti -the world’s first 100% multilayer, decentralized Inheritance platform- is web browser-client based driven, using JavaScript libraries that are built in order to give our users a secure way of transferring digital assets while holding custody of their assets.

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Safe Haven: SafeTech Acquires Comet and CometVerse

As many may already be aware, SafeTech is a development organization that builds blockchain solutions for public use. More specifically, SafeTech owns all technology and patents offered to Safe Haven for business operations. SafeTech has engaged in an acquisition agreement with Totient Labs, the creators of Comet, to acquire the Comet Browser Extension and CometVerse.

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Introducing SafeWallet: Safe Haven Announces New Web Wallet Interface

Following a series of announcements near the end of Quarter 1, the completion of Safe Haven’s Web Wallet Interface, known as “SafeWallet,” is a simple yet important update to the Safe Haven lineup and to the VeChain ecosystem as a whole. Since humans are visual creatures, there may be some confusion as to what exactly this “wallet” is (due to the fact that it is not actually a stand-alone wallet), but does look like one. Rather, it is a user interface that allows for the Safe Haven and VeChain community members to view and use various types of existing wallets in a desktop-friendly, decentralized GUI. Hopefully that clears up many questions before they arise.

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