South Korea’s leading mobile carrier, SK Telecom, is teaming up with Aptos and Atomrigs Lab to enhance and expand its web3 wallet service, known as T wallet.
In an announcement shared on LinkedIn, SK Telecom revealed its aim to strengthen its connections with customer-preferred mainnets and decentralized applications, with a primary focus on the development and enhancement of the T wallet.
One notable aspect of this partnership is the collaboration with Aptos, marking SK Telecom’s first foray into integrating a virtual machine blockchain outside of Ethereum.
The company emphasized its commitment to delivering tangible value to users by integrating with the promising decentralized application (dApp) ecosystem within Aptos.
The partnership aims to leverage Aptos’ innovative MoveVM blockchain technology to make Web3 services more accessible to a wider audience. This integration represents a significant step forward in providing a seamless Web3 experience for users.
Avery Ching, the co-founder and chief technology officer of Aptos, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration and the potential it holds.
Ching mentioned the prospect of unlocking new classes of internet experiences with blockchain technology in the background.
He highlighted features such as sub-second latency, high throughput, and enterprise-grade operations as key aspects of their approach.