For developers testing on the brand new Mina Protocol Berkeley Testnet there is now an extension for the Auro Wallet that can be used to easily integrate with zkApps.
It’s definitely a sign of the growing awareness around Mina Protocol generally when the Auro Wallet Chrome browser extension is given a featured badge on the Google Chrome Store. It is just one of four excellent Mina Protocol wallets that have all been audited (by Least Authority) and extensively used among the Mina Protocol Community.
Several of the Mina Community noticed that in the last few days the Mina Browser Wallet Auro was suddenly asking for website access permissions. We contacted BitCat on Discord to get some clarification and you can see his direct quote below.
Mina Protocol currently has 3 main wallets options and all three, Auro, Clorio and Staking Power have undergone extensive audits by Least Authority. I thought it would be interesting to find out exactly what is involved in an audit, so I spoke to Shane Farrell from the company to find out more…
A new updated version (1.0.8) of the Auto Mina Protocol wallet has just been published on the iOS / iPhone platform. Built by Bit Cat and recently successfully audited by Least authority, it is an easy to use wallet for MINA allowing you to send, receive and stake your MINA all from the same place. […]
Least Authority have now completed their Audit of Auro Wallet Extension. The audit was commissioned by the Mina Foundation and you can download the full report…
MINA expert, Vladimir Ponimajushij has written a brand new Medium article on how to stake $MINA using Ledger Nano S.