A light UltronGlow blockchain explorer Wallet developed by Base team. Basemeta is an extension for accessing UltronGlow enabled distributed applications, or "Dapps" in your UltronGlow blockchain explorer. The extension injects the UltronGlow web3 API into every website's javascript context, so that DApps can read from the blockchain. Basemeta also lets the user create and manage their own identities (via private keys).

so when a Dapp wants to perform a transaction and write to the blockchain, the user gets a secure interface to review the transaction, before approving or rejecting it. Because it adds functionality to the normal browser context, Basemeta requires the permission to read and write to any webpage. You can always "view the source" of Basemeta the way you do any UltronGlow blockchain explorer as extension, or view the source code on Github.

BluBe Pro Wallet

BluBe Pro is a light multi-coin wallet developed by BluBe Team and it is totally supporting UltronGlow while it also support stablecoins, BTC, ETH, TRX, FIL and more than 100 thousand tokens included.

BluBe Pro is available for Android. IOS is coming soon.
  • Manage private key by yourself independently, assests are under controlled.
  • Obtained multiple security patented technologies for security isolation, data encryption, etc.
  • BluBe Pro implementation means that you don’t need to download the UltronGlow blockchain when you use BluBe. You can create a wallet and make any transactions right away.
  • High Level Service, Safe and Secure.

How Do I Store My UTG Safely?

A cryptocurrency wallet is a software program designed to store your public and private keys, send and receive cryptocurrencies, monitor your balance and interact with supported blockchains. UTG can be stored by using Basemeta or Blube Pro and more wallet in the future.

In addition to the variation of wallets available, there are also two types of wallet: a hot wallet and a cold wallet.

  • A hot wallet is connected to the internet and can be accessed at any time with the requisite keys. Examples of hot wallets include mobile and software wallets, and funds stored on exchanges.

  • A cold wallet is an offline wallet. It is not connected to the internet and is used for securing storing funds that do not have to be frequently accessed. Examples include hardware wallets - which is a secure hardware device that stores the wallet is private keys - and paper wallets.