Blocknet XWallet Technology Releases New Update With More Trading Functionalities
Blocknet, a decentralized platform-as-a-service blockchain solution, has released an updated version of its digital wallet that has many new functionalities. Among the features that have been upgraded include proposal voting, coin control and trade history, while the most notable addition is the XWallet technology.
The launch of the new wallet features represent the achievement of significant milestones as stated in the Blockchain roadmap. According to the development team, the purpose of the update is to improve user experience and extend the functionalities of the Blocknet protocol.
The most significant improvements made on the new wallet are:
The Blocknet Protocol will now feature an online transaction history services through which traders can view completed orders. To access this service, clients must have the Trade History API which will be availed to the public during the next wallet update.
This functionality enables the Blocknet Protocol to establish the blockchains that are compatible with a specific services node connected to the network. This gives developers an easy time in identifying blockchains that support SPV and XRouter services, meaning that they can leverage contracts and protocols from other distributed ledgers and create cross-chain DApps. In due course, XRouter will offer support for multiple blockchains, facilitating the simple integration of SPV into DApps.
Simplified Proposal Viewing
The new update lists proposals according to the newness to the network. Alternatively, proposals can be sorted according to their current status.
Simplified Proposal Voting
It is considerably easier to vote for proposals, as the new UI features all three options, namely ‘yes’, ‘no’ and ‘abstain’.
The coin control section has been moved to separate window, thereby giving a more aesthetic feel. Furthermore, it is easier to personalize configurations since the settings are displayed in a listed format. Instead of using Electron, the developers opted for the C ++ programming language because it offer more security.