DECENT has announced the first significant update to its wallet since its introduction. The most notable features in the upgrade include reduced transaction fees, support for custom token payments, account creation using mobile devices, UI improvements, bug fixes, and so on.
Overall, the transaction fees have reduced by 80%, going down from 0.005 DCT to 0.001 DCT. The upgrade has also made it possible for the wallet users to pay this fee using other custom tokens sported by the DCore blockchain, such as ALX.
In addition to the improvements mentioned above, the web version of the wallet will also receive significant improvements on its interface. This is aimed at improving the overall user experience. The mobile version, on the other hand, will benefit from bug fixes and several new features.
The beta version of the DECENT wallet for Android devices was published in December last year. The full version has already gone live and is performing impressively. So far, it has achieved a remarkable 4.9-star rating on the Google Play Store.
Additionally, the latest update allows users to create new wallet accounts within the mobile app easily. It is no longer mandatory to confirm new accounts on the web interface. Users will sue their private keys to activate their existing wallets after installing the updated app.
The iOS wallet was released in March and had similar features to the Android versions. Following the update, this wallet will also support custom tokens, as well as new features such as scanning QR codes to speed up sending of funds. User experience has also improved considerably thanks to the bug fixes.
Matej Michalko, the CEO of DECENT, said that their wallet has developed since its launch because of the efforts put in by their team of experts. He added that the company would keep up with this trend to ensure that their clients get high-quality and secure services.
DECENT users are in for a teat, with the company releasing an updated version of its roadmap. Some of the exciting features expected soon include the introduction of non-fungible tokens and software development kits.