South Korea’s leading mobile provider, SK Telecom, has joined forces with Aptos and Atomrigs Lab to enhance its Web3 wallet service, dubbed ‘T wallet’.
In a recent LinkedIn update, the telecommunications giant shared that this collaboration is all about strengthening ties with popular blockchains and decentralized apps, with T wallet taking center stage.
This venture with Aptos marks SK Telecom’s inaugural foray beyond the Ethereum-based blockchain, as it looks to tap into Aptos’ innovative MoveVM blockchain tech to make Web3 services more user-friendly for everyone.
“Aptos’ promising decentralized app (dApp) ecosystem is set to deliver real value to users,” the company stated. “With Aptos, we’re poised to make significant strides in simplifying access to Web3 for a wider audience.”
Aptos’ co-founder and CTO, Avery Ching, also shared excitement about pioneering a new realm of Internet experiences powered by blockchain technology, highlighting the potential for instant response times, top-notch processing capabilities, and robust enterprise operations.
This news follows on the heels of SK Telecom’s collaboration with CryptoQuant last month to launch T wallet, a mobile app enabling users to securely store digital tokens. Earlier in August, the telecom firm also partnered with Polygon Labs to expand its Web3 ecosystem, as reported by CoinDesk.