FlintWallet, a feature-rich Cardano-based wallet, has recently released its 2.0 version, bringing a major advancement to its platform.

The new update introduces support for Milkomeda C1 tokens, making FlintWallet a fully-fledged digital wallet that is compatible with any blockchain network.

This new development is a huge step towards interoperability for Cardano, according to Sebastien Guillemot, CTO of dcSpark.

Interoperability is the ability for systems from different blockchain networks to securely communicate and interact with one another.

This allows different digital assets, data sets, and transactions to seamlessly synchronize with each other, unlocking the full potential of distributed ledger technologies.

FlintWallet currently supports sending and receiving assets on Cardano, as well as Ethereum and Solana. In addition, the upcoming features include smart contract support with wrapped smart contracts and gaming wallet support.

Overall, this move towards interoperability is a significant achievement for FlintWallet and the Cardano network. It allows users to easily and securely manage and transfer their digital assets across different blockchain networks.

With this new update, FlintWallet is well on its way to becoming the go-to digital wallet for anyone looking to manage their digital assets in a seamless and secure way.