Ontology (ONT) Releases New OWallet Version, Adds Token Swap Support
Ontology Releases OWallet Version, Now Supports Token Swap
Ontology has announces the release of its new Owallet version 0.8.3/0.8.4, which will allow users to swap tokens using their wallets.
The token swap update enables NEP-5 ONT ledger users to transfer their ONT to a wallet in OWallet in order to perform the token swap. The updates, which were also listed on the Medium platform, also allow users to create and import ONT ID support, with further functions expected to be added in subsequent versions.
The Ontology team also stated that the MainNet ONT and NEP-5 ONT will be supported by different wallets, advising users to change their network and retry if they get a transaction history error on their wallet.
In case a user sends MainNet ONT to NEO address on ledger, they would need to wait for more updated of the wallet. The team has affirmed that there will be future updates that will enable users to use their mnemonic phrase to recover their ONT, but have requested them to double-check the type of ONT they intend to use as well as the receiving address before they initiate a transaction.
When it comes to candidate nodes, the Ontology team confirmed that the application for nodes will go into effect beginning October. However, the new version of OWallet comes with an addition of delete wallet as well as other major and minor bug fixes.
Earlier in the month, there was a major announcement by Ontology that they have partnered with an open ecosystem network Adrealm for digital advertising, with an aim to rescue the market from the big players’ monopoly. In August, the team also announced the launching of their official OWallet Version 0.8.1 for desktops, which supports Windows and Mac operating systems.