[bisq-network/proposals] Develop a fully featured cross-platform graphical user interface to the Bisq network supporting mobile, desktop, and web clients (#342)

Chris Beams notifications at github.com
Tue Sep 14 20:06:59 CEST 2021

Acinq’s Phoenix uses a single Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile (KMM) codebase across their iOS and Android apps.

> On Sep 14, 2021, at 5:59 PM, chimp1984 ***@***.***> wrote:
> Probably worth to look at some mobile Bitcoin/LN/Liquid wallets or apps to see what they use. They did for sure some research regarding security as well.
> Blocksteam Green (BTC and Liquid wallet) use Java and Swift. It is based on https://github.com/blockstream/gdk a C++ lib with native bindings to Java and Swift. and https://github.com/blockstream/gdk
> Aqua (Blocksteam BTC and Liquid wallet) uses Swift (is iOS only). Uses gdk.
> Muun (the best BTC/LN wallet from UX IMO) use Java and Swift and Go for library code.
> Breez uses Java for Android and Flutter/Dart for library code and Swift for iOS (iOS not publicly released yet)
> BlueWallet (BTC and LN wallet) use React Native
> Zap (LN remote control for LN node) use Java and Swift but iOS is not maintained anymore.
> Sphinx (Messaging over LN) use Kotlin and Swift
> https://github.com/stakwork/sphinx-kotlin
> https://github.com/stakwork/sphinx-ios/blob/master/sphinx/Managers/Tor/SphinxOnionConnector.swift
> Zeus is built on TypeScript and React-Native. It runs on both iOS and Android. No experience with it, seems more under development.
> https://github.com/ZeusLN/zeus
> Any other relevant wallets/btc related apps which are cross platform?
> From my collection it seems Java/Kotlin and Swift are the most used solutions. For shared library code Dart/Flutter, Go, C++ are used.
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