Waves Client Launched After 53 Beta Releases & Extensive Testing
The Waves development team has announced the official release of Waves Client, with promise of extraordinary functionality and security. Notably, the Waves client is now offered to users after 53 beta releases and extensive testing of the software.
The Waves platform is popular for providing an instinctual client interface. The platform does not require users to sync the blockchain while using a desktop or any other local wallet. Furthermore, Waves offers robust security with client-side signatures, an exceptional decentralized exchange, deep liquidity and a lightning fast platform.
Waves (WAVES) Client enables creation of new tokens in an easy, fast and inexpensive manner. The platform also supports large volume airdrops without resulting in blockchain congestion due to pending transactions.
Additionally, gateways within the client facilitates users to deposit prominent crypto and fiat currencies such as Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Zcash (ZEC), Dash (DASH),Litecoin (LTC), Monero (XMR), the euro (EUR), the US dollar (USD) and Turkish Lira (TRY) and obtain tokens in return. The received tokens can be retained or traded on DEX. Alternatively, a user can cash out tokens for fiat or crypto to wallets outside Wave ecosystem or bank accounts, using the same gateways.
Notably, Waves smart contracts will permit management of accounts via features such as balance freezing, multi-sig, and more. The team also announced that turing-complete contracts will be launched later this year.
After including and testing all the above discussed features, Waves has launched the full version of client.
There is no doubt that the state-of-the-art software is extremely stable, useful, efficient and fully functional. However, it is the revamped decentralized exchange (DEX) that has seen a complete change. The newly designed interface along with new APIs and upgraded stability, achieved through a data infrastructure custom built by the Waves team, is particularly notable. The night mode and an asset management facility make the platform look incredibly professional.
The new version of Waves DEX is expected to challenge other popular cryptocurrency exchanges, considering the low fees, deep liquidity, heightened security and other refinements. Waves expect more traders to join the platform. It should be remembered that the platform has not been subjected to hacking or unexpected downtimes so far.
Going forward, the Waves team is planning to integrate the Waves Client with multiple hardware wallets, implement two-factor authentication, and facilitate smart accounts on its mainchain.
Commenting on the launch, founder and CEO of Waves, Alexander Ivanov, tweeted as follows
— sasha ivanov (@sasha35625) July 24, 2018