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Uniswap introduces an iOS mobile wallet in specific countries

Uniswap introduces an iOS mobile wallet in specific countries

Previously, the decentralized exchange stated that Apple would not permit the app to be listed on the App Store.

Uncentralized trade Uniswap has introduced a mobile wallet with built-in support for the exchange, per a company announcement dated 13 April. The application is available for iOS devices in certain countries via the Apple App Store.

On March 3, the Uniswap team complained that Apple was barring the app from its stores. In contrast, the team stated in this announcement that its wallet is “out of Apple jail and now live in most countries.”

According to Uniswap, the new wallet enables token exchanges on the Ethereum, Polygon, Arbitrum, and Optimism networks. WalletConnect can also connect to any Ethereum app. By writing down their seed phrase or encrypting their key vaults with a password and preserving them in iCloud, users can back up their accounts.

The Uniswap app also enables users to view floor prices and collections for nonfungible tokens (NFTs) stored within it.

Over the past few years, several wallet developers have made mobile apps with decentralized finance (DeFi) functions built in. This has made it easy for people to start using Web3. In 2020, MakerDAO and other DeFi protocols were added to Argent’s wallet app. In 2021, 1inch did the same thing.

According to its own statistics page, Uniswap is Ethereum’s biggest decentralized cryptocurrency exchange, with over $3.4 billion worth of value locked up in its smart contracts.

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