CEO of APEX Jimmy Hu Releases a New CPX Wallet Video Teaser


The anticipating launch of the CPX wallet has recently soared, as Jimmy Hu unveils a sneak peek of the new wallet. In his video, he shares several embedded features including privacy, receiving, sending and storing CPX, increased consumer control, rewards and much more. This could potentially help APEX out of its dull phase, as the month of May was not in their favor.

APEX uses blockchain technology to build strong relationships between firms and consumers. Their particular focus consists of bettering the way in which interactions and information are exchanged in the B2C (Business to Consumer) process.

As for the CPX wallet that is set to be launched sometime in July, it is believed that it can manage multiple accounts and private keys. In order to avoid repeated entry of the private keys, which can be tedious at times, the wallet will allow users to set a password of their own.

At the moment, the only tokens that can be traded on this wallet include that of APEX’s CPX as well as NEO. The entirety of the system, according to Hu,

“follows a folder system, which manages new wallets.” Like most wallets, the CPX wallet encourages transfers, especially the likes of “physical transfers via QR scan.”

According to the teaser released, Hu states that the wallet is “not public yet”, however, “progress is faster than expected.” This could possibly mean that future developments for the wallet may include increased accessibility.

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