Waves Releases WavesFX, a New Open Source Crypto Wallet for Desktop

Waves is an open blockchain platform and toolset development for Web 3.0 applications and decentralized solutions. The platform has recently introduced WavesFX, its new wallet product, according to CryptoNinjas.

The new wallet is designed to be a native and versatile open-source solution for several operating systems, such as windows, macOS, and Linux. In addition, Waves provides multi-network and multi-address functionality.

The report shares a statement by the Waves Labs Team, in which the team shares that the first version of the wallet was released this October and implemented due to the dedicators own interest and dedication. However, the project has not been a part of the Wavs Labs’ grant program. The team added that if the wallet does prove popular and the community finds it useful, the platform “will certainly consider” including the wallet in one of the upcoming grant batches, which will likely enable the developer to add additional functionality to the wallet.

There are a number of features associated with WavesFX according to the CryptoNinjas report. These features are multi-network functionality, multi-address accounts, moving assets, transfer/mass transfer of assets, burning assets, leasing, token creation, setting account scrips, and creating aliases. The multi-network functionality provides users to operate and switch between networks. As for multi-address accounts, it is one of the core features of the wallet and it can handle multiple addresses. Moving Assets can enable users to move addresses at once. These capabilities may be prime for users that are looking for a functional wallet.

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