Apple to Introduce New CryptoKit Tool for Blockchain Developers at WWDC Event

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According to a recently released event program, tech major Apple is planning to bring out a new tool meant for crypto developers at this year’s edition of Worldwide Developers Conference. The program for 5th June 2019 includes a session titled “Cryptography and your Apps”, which will witness the unveiling of a new tool called the “CryptoKit”. It will soon be introduced as an update on iOS 13.

CryptoKit will primarily be meant for crypto developers, allowing them room to experiment with tools and add more robust security features to crypto apps under development.

To quote the event description provided in the program:

“System frameworks encrypt both data at rest and data in transit in a transparent way for you. This functionality is available by simply setting an attribute. However you may want to do more to protect your users’ data.”

To enable such expansive functionalities, developers can use the new Swift framework, CryptoKit. They can use it to perform cryptographic operations simply and securely, regardless of whether they need to do something simple like compute a single hash or wish to run a more sophisticated protocol.

The ongoing edition of the Worldwide Developers Conference comes in the wake of people’s increasing scrutiny of Apple’s crypto strategy and it seems that the giant is finally warming up to the pros of digital assets industry. Crypto insiders were particularly enthused about Apple’s inclusion of the Bitcoin (BTC) logo in its in-app San Francisco font earlier and the latest development comes as a welcome move from one of the frontrunners of the tech world. Last month, Apple also introduced the option to make crypto payments over Apple Pay last month, further cementing its newly acquired place in the crypto world.

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Author: Bitcoin Exchange Guide News Team

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