In certain regions, Uniswap releases iOS mobile wallet

Users can also see specific details about the nonfungible tokens they have in the Uniswap app, such as their floor prices and collections.

In certain regions, Uniswap releases iOS mobile wallet

Uncentralized currency exchange According to a statement issued by the company on April 13, Uniswap has released a mobile wallet with exchange functionality already installed.

In some regions, the application can be downloaded from the Apple App Store for iOS devices. Additionally, it is available worldwide.

The Uniswap team expressed concern on March 3 that Apple was preventing the software’s distribution in its stores. In contrast, the team stated in its most recent release that its wallet is “out of Apple jail and now lives in the majority of countries.”

According to the company, users of Uniswap’s new wallet will be able to trade tokens on the Ethereum, Polygon, Arbitrum, and Optimism networks. It is also possible to connect it to any Ethereum application via WalletConnect.

To back up their accounts, users have the option of writing down their seed phrase or encrypting their key vaults with a password and storing the encrypted versions of those vaults in iCloud.

Users are also able to view specific information regarding the nonfungible tokens (NFTs) held within the Uniswap app, including the floor prices and collections of these tokens.

Several wallet developers have offered mobile applications with decentralized finance (DeFi) capabilities over the past few years. This has been done to streamline Web3 enrollment.

Argent incorporated MakerDAO and other DeFi protocols into its wallet app in 2020, whereas 1inch provided comparable connections in 2021.

According to the statistics tab on Uniswap’s website, the total value of the platform’s smart contracts exceeds $3.4 billion, making it the most significant decentralized cryptocurrency exchange built on Ethereum.