Towo Labs will be making open-source contributions to the leading hardware wallets, subject to their contribution guidelines.
Users will be able to fully manage their XRP Ledger accounts and sign any transaction type using the leading hardware wallets.
Full hardware wallet support enables new applications like trustless trading interfaces to the XRP Ledger's decentralized exchange.
Towo Labs will enable new multi-signature schemes requiring signatures from both hardware and software wallets.
A new version of the XRP Toolkit will be implemented as a progressive web application, with offline support for Windows, Linux, macOS, Android and iOS.
The new XRP Toolkit will be implemented from scratch with a new user-friendly design and come with easy step-by-step user documentation.
Patrik Sletmo, Software Engineer
A software engineer with experience from multiple web development projects for non-profit organizations, working as a C/C++ tutor and for an international cybersecurity company.Working on new Ledger firmware.
Silas Lenz, Software Engineer
A software engineer with previous experience from multiple open-source contributions, assisting with research at RISE SICS, bug bounty hunting and ethical hacking.Working on new Trezor firmware.
Matvey Mukha, Principal Software Engineer at NXP Semiconductors. Founder of Secalot.
Advises the Towo Labs team on secure C/C++ and embedded software development.