- Uniswap has added a new feature that allows users to easily refresh their asset listings.
- Users can pull down the wallet home page to see updated tokens and NFTs lists, as well as the latest activity.
- The feature also updates the total asset value displayed on the header section of the wallet.
Uniswap Labs has unveiled a new feature that lets users easily refresh the listing of their digital assets. Users can now scroll down to see the updated list of their NFTs, tokens and the latest activity.
The feature also refreshed the total value of the remaining assets in their wallet.
This announcement comes on the heels of the company’s launch of UniswapX, “a new permissionless, open source (GPL), auction-based protocol for trading across AMMs & other liquidity sources.”
The company describes its new protocol as a next-level aggregator that gives users give users more liquidity, better prices, MEV protection, & gas-free swapping!.
With Uniswap’s new wallet feature, users will be able to buy, send and scan crypto within the network and soon across multiple blockchains at zero gas fees.
The company recently received approval for its self-custody crypto mobile wallet from Apple after waiting for an extended period. Uniswap’s mobile wallet supports multiple blockchains allowing users to seamlessly switch between Mainnet, Polygon, Arbitrum, and Optimism.
Users can also manage connections to multiple web apps on different networks simultaneously, for example enabling them to connect to Lido on Mainnet, Aave on Polygon, and Uniswap on Arbitrum without switching networks.
Last November, the company also ánnounced the launch of NFT trading, including multiple marketplace integrations, following its acquisition of NFT aggregator platform Genie.
Uniswap reached unicorn status in October 2022, in a $165 million funding round that valued the decentralised exchange platform at approximately $1.6 billion. At the time of the announcement of the fundraising, the crypto industry had already slipped into a bear market following the collapse of the popular crypto exchange platform FTX and the bankruptcy filings from leading digital asset hedge funds.
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