First of a kind, Litemint is a multifaceted crypto wallet packed with games and apps to enjoy, earn and trade digital collectibles.
As Litemint 1.2 has been successfully released with DEX trading, I am taking a bit of time to write the first blog article. Let’s start with the presentations.
What is Litemint?
Litemint is a multifaceted crypto wallet that provides a platform for distributing and running apps and games while removing the middleman from the monetization process hence facilitating frictionless, trustless and instant micro-transactions and collectible trades—preserving the direct link between creators and users.
How does it work?
An Open Marketplace
When designing the marketplace in Litemint, my goal was to make sure technology did not get in the way of users’ freedom.
The design of the Litemint marketplace was therefore driven by 3 main criteria:
- Blockchain-based asset listings and payments should remain decentralized – no middleman. Although client wallets may provide content curation and filtering, listings should not be meddled by a middleman.
- Buyers should be able to pay sellers from the currency of their choices and such payments should remain decentralized.
- Sellers should be able to receive payments in the currency of their choice.
Marketplace Process Flow
An Open Source Project
Development on Litemint happens directly on the GitHub repository and external contributors are welcome to send pull requests which will be reviewed and discussed.
Founder at Litemint. Honorable Mention Prize Winner at the 2014 Linux Foundation & Samsung Tizen App Challenge. Co-founder of Israeli-based video game company Massive Games. Founder of award-winning UK-based studio Okijin. Developer with 10+ years of experience working for financial firms BGC Partners and Crédit Lyonnais Bank (Crédit Agricole) in London and Paris.
Born in Korea, raised in France, everyday amazed by splendid hometown, Seoul.