After showcasing a new interface for the Waves Client earlier this month, the Waves team announced today that after 53 beta versions, the long-awaited major release is now live.
The decentralized exchange (DEX), which forms a key pillar of the Waves Client, has undergone a complete redesign and received a radical overhaul, with new APIs and improved stability, all thanks to a custom-built data infrastructure.
The latest iteration of the software presents a stable and efficient product, with an emphasis on accessibility and functionality for any purpose.
Features of the Client
Users can store, send, exchange and issue tokens easily and securely, with no technical background required. The release provides an asset manager for all tokens listed on the Waves DEX. Further, the Waves Token Launcher lets users issue their own token in less than 60 seconds and trade it on the built-in exchange right away. The client also features a stable Waves Wallet, with multiple gateways.
Waves Client Beta was first released on December 13th, 2017 with a launch event held in Amsterdam. Since then the Waves team has continued to build, perfecting each element of the Client. In the near future, Waves team is planning to integrate the Waves Client with hardware wallets and to implement two-factor authentication after the release of smart accounts on the mainnet.
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”Alexander Ivanov, Founder and CEO of Waves” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]“We updated the platform with the aim of making token creation and crypto trading accessible for everybody. We want to provide the fastest, lowest-cost, most secure and user-friendly blockchain platform available on the market.”[/perfectpullquote]
Waves Client beta in numbers
- Total number of active wallets: 330,000
- Total number of transactions: 30 million
- Total number of traders: 90,000
- Number of gateways: 10 (BTC, BCH, ETH, ZEC, DASH, LTC, XMR; EUR, USD and TRY)
- Number of available languages: 8 (English, Russian, Chinese, Korean, Hindi, Dutch, Turkish, Spanish)