IndieSquare Wallet is the world’s first mobile wallet for Counterparty, the protocol on top of the Bitcoin blockchain which allows the creation of original coins(tokens) by embedding extra data onto the blockchain. Private keys are encrypted on the client side and highly secured.
Zaif, the leading cryptocurrency exchange in Japan, takes advantage of IndieSquare. Not just a regular mobile Bitcoin Wallet, Zaif Wallet allows token transactions opening the door for many interesting use cases such as token voting.
Spells of Genesis ＆ SaruTobi
By linking games to IndieSquare wallet you enable tokenized game items to move freely between different games and platforms. A more open and innovative form of gaming is already beginning.
Using IndieSquare API, you can drop and pick up Counterparty tokens as well as bitcoins on takara. Drop tokenized coupons, points, game items and much more and let takara work as an effective marketing tool for you.
IndieSquare is publishing APIs and SDKs for developers.
In addition to creating basic transactions such as issuing, sending, placing orders on the decentralized exchange, you can customize token information, connect IndieSquare Wallet to other applications securely and much more.
We are constantly adding useful features in order to help developers build innovative token applications with ease.
In 2007, Yuta released a mobile game “Bike Rider” as a college student majoring in Computer Science. He eventually dropped out of college to start his own game company and the Bike Rider series became a big hit, amounting to 27 million downloads to this day. Soon after selling his business in 2013, he became fascinated by Bitcoin and blockchain technology and co-founded IndieSquare to lead the field of the token economy.
Co-founder and COO
Koji has been working in the bitcoin space since 2014 getting involved in projects which utilize tokens. As one of the first people to see potential in custom tokens on the blockchain in Japan, he’s been pioneering and leading the field ever since. He’s also a well-known writer and speaker in the Bitcoin space in Japan. Aside from work he’s into basketball, hip hop music and believes ramen is the best food.
Yusaku is an experienced web and mobile application engineer. After developing banking systems, he’s been involved in various Bitcoin projects. He realized the massive potential of blockchain technology and joined IndieSquare to make it a reality. He’s responsible for API design and the backend system development. He’s often spotted wandering about in Akihabara.
Christian is a mobile application developer and has created various projects in the bitcoin ecosystem such as the bitcoin tipping game "SaruTobi" and the crypto geocaching app "takara". When he is not busy programming he enjoys playing guitar, lifting heavy objects and drinking tea.
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