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<HONG KONG, May 22, 2020>  - announced today that it has launched the Wallet, taking another step closer to achieving a full decentralised product offering. Through the Wallet, customers gain ownership of their private keys, allowing them to freely send and receive crypto directly on the blockchain. 

Key features of the Wallet, presented as a standalone mobile app:

  • Full Control - Users have full control of their crypto and keys. Easily import any existing decentralized wallet with a 12/18/24-word recovery phrase to the Wallet

  • Security - Private keys are encrypted locally on customer’s device, protected by a passcode, biometrics and 2-factor authentication

  • Flexibility - Send crypto at preferred confirmation speed and network fee

  • Convenience - Connect to the App to easily access the diverse crypto financial services offered by

The Wallet is designed for all level of crypto users - beginners will feel at ease as they are gently guided towards making their first transaction, while experienced users will notice significant improvements to common features found on other crypto wallets (in particular, backup recovery phrase and sending/receiving crypto). 

Kris Marszalek, Co-Founder and CEO of said: “ is focused on developing highly secure, user-friendly products that help people benefit from the power of crypto. We are driven to continue building and investing in a range of decentralized finance (DeFi) products that will allow users to take control of their money, data and identity — we believe that it’s your basic human right. Our non-custodial Wallet  is a first step, but everyone should expect this app to evolve rapidly into a category-leading product in terms of UX, features and incentives.”

Download the Wallet from the App Store and Google Play.

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