An open source wallet of TTT and TRC20 based assets. You can easily send, receive and trade TTT and other assets issued on the TrustNote testnet. All transactions are signed locally, your private keys are hosted locally and will never be send to any servers. TrustNote Fusion Wallet is maintained by TrustNote developers community and is focus on new feature development including: - Multiple crypto-currencies support - Wallet SDK - In-app browsers (enabling web based blockchain apps and DApps) TTT: TTT is the first TRC20 compatible digital asset issued on the TrustNote network. Like fuel, TTT can be used to pay for the cost of access and storage on decentralized TrustNote network, and like cash, it doesn’t require a third party to process or approve the transaction. TRC20: TrustNote’s TRC20 standard directly benchmarks Ethereum’s ERC20 token standard, but offers innovative solutions to many of the barriers preventing mainstream adoption of the Ethereum network. Creating an ERC20 smart contract is a difficult task that requires a high degree of programming knowledge. It is also easy to make a slight error in coding which can have catastrophic effects once the smart contract is implemented. TrustNote’s revolutionary new TRC20 standard makes it easy for anyone on any device to issue and transfer their own tokens. How to Help the Development: TrustNote and TrustNote Fusion Wallet are open source and we welcome developers join us by contributing their code. Our call for developers to help improve the code is part of our incentive program for contributing developers. A full guide to the developers' incentive program is avaiblable at https://medium.com/trustnote/trustnote-software-developers-incentive-program-92884298c69e, and TrustNote's code can be found from https://github.com/TrustNote. How to Use the Wallet: TrustNote Fusion Wallet version 1.0 is connected to the TrustNote testnet instead of the mainnet, this means you will not be able to use TTT and TRC20 based assets issued on the mainnet. For those who are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll send free TTT issued on TrustNote testnet so you can experiment the product.