What is the Pi Browser: Features and More

Check out what you can do on the Pi Network Browser below.

The Pi Browser Features

The Pi Browser is your ticket to an improved web experience and access to a decentralized world. The browser functions as a general-purpose browser tool and acts as the main interface of the Pi Apps and Utilities Platform.  

Pi Browser opens up the entire Pi Network for users to browse, interact and transact with decentralized applications (Dapps) connected through the Pi Network. The browser is available on mobile for iOS and Android. Users can browse Web2 internet sites like Google while accessing the Pi Network Dapps.

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The Pi Network is accessible through the Pi Enclosed Mainnet, but will be opened for the Open Mainnet launch. At this time, it can only support Pi application creations but expects to be more accessible with improved SDK integrations and overall interoperability. 

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The Pi Browser has dozens of Pi Apps and a DNS system for .pi domains. Popular Dapps like the Pi Wallet, Pi Chats, Mining, Develop, KYC, and Brainstorm are accessible by their respective .pi URL field of the browser. 

Pi Browser Features

  • Decentralized browser
  • Available on iOS and Android
  • Access to Web2 and traditional internet
  • Open to the Pi Enclosed Mainnet
  • Access to all Pi Network Apps
  • Pi Directory for easy Pi Dapp searching
  • Easy domain names with the .pi DNS

The Pi Browser aims to build a more open and direct Pi Utilities platform where developers can create more Pi Apps for Pioneers to use and enjoy in the future. More applications and integrations are expected later as the Pi Network increases decentralization. 

What is Pi Network:

Pi Network is a mobile blockchain mining project on a mission to give everyone access to the cryptocurrency revolution. The project was founded by a team of Stanford University Ph.D. candidates who designed a mobile-friendly blockchain mining algorithm.

Pi Network has evolved over the years and has organized a hackathon, built a couple of working Pi blockchain apps, and is now in the final stages of transition to public mainnet.

Where to find Pi Network:

Website | Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram

Source : bsc.news

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