The Sapien Wallet Team are currently on the Beta stages of our light wallet development for both Android and iOS versions. Having worked with professional UI/UX designers, we have produced a light wallet that we are certain users will be able effortlessly to utilize to store, send, and receive cryptocurrency. Much thought has been put into the design of the wallet, every button, widget, and detail discussed. We hope that all this along with the superior user experience will be most appealing to our users.
That being said, we wanted to ensure that the main selling point of our light wallet, the Rating System, or “Sapien Rating Protocol” was rock-solid. This is a legitimate concern, however, it is potentially revolutionary if it is achieved, which is why so much time and resources have been spent to develop it. Not only does the Rating System have to operate in a distributed manner and remain immutable, but it also must meet specific criteria to ensure peers and nodes have incentives to run and secure our protocol.
This is precisely why Sapien Wallet has decided to bring on Serhii Yakovliev, cryptology professor at the Institute of Physics and Technology, Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute as Sapien Wallet’s chief technology consultant. The Sapien Rating Protocol is unlike any other rating platform in the world, and so, it cannot simply be duplicated or copied like much of the technology that currently exists in this sector. We believe that Yakovliev’s contribution to the project will be vital to being able to create this rating system and finalizing our protocol.
Serhii Yakovliev will also be the co-author of the Sapien Wallet white paper which is currently being revised and re-written to not only cover new aspects of the Rating Protocol but also improvements in the security of our light wallet. He also has extensive experience in data security and is given the task to also investigate our light wallet for any potential attack vectors.
Once our new white paper that has Yakovliev’s contributions and fixes have been added, a re-upload of our white paper will be available for download.