An announcement from the company dated April 13 states that Uniswap has unveiled a mobile wallet with built-in support for exchanges. In some nations, the Apple App Store sells this application for iOS devices.
The Uniswap team protested to Apple on 3rd March that the software had been removed from its store. As opposed to this, the team said in the statement that its wallets “have gotten out of Apple prison and are now living in most countries.”
The new wallet will permit token exchanges on the Ethereum, Polygon, Arbitrum, and Optimism networks, claims Uniswap. Any of his Ethereum applications can be connected using WalletConnect.
By writing down the seed phrase or password-encrypting his container of keys and putting them in iCloud, users can back up their accounts.
- Uniswap has unveiled a mobile wallet with built-in support for exchanges.
- The new wallet will permit token exchanges on Ethereum, Polygon, Arbitrum
- Collections of NFTs that are kept within the Uniswap app are also accessible to users.
The lowest prices and collections of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) that are kept within the Uniswap app are also accessible to users.
Numerous wallet developers have produced mobile apps with decentralized finance (DeFi) features during the previous few years. People found it simpler as a result to begin utilizing Web3.
His Argent wallet app was updated in 2020 to include MakerDAO and other of his DeFi protocols. One inch did the same in 2021.
Uniswap is the largest decentralized cryptocurrency exchange for Ethereum, according to its own statistics page, with over $3.4 billion in value locked in its smart contracts.