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The 3.0 update introduces the mobile DApp store to showcase Wanchain’s rapidly growing DApp ecosystem — Including the all new “Red Packet” DApp
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DApps, DApps, Dapps!
The recent months have seen the rapid growth of Wanchain’s ecosystem of DApps from projects such as FinNexus, RiveX, and the Wanchain dev team itself. Up until now, the interfaces for these DApps have been available through the desktop wallet and web versions only. That all changes with the newest WanWallet mobile wallet release — now you can use all those Wanchain DApps on the go!
In addition to general UI and language improvements, the 3.0 release treats WanWallet users to the newly added Wanchain DApp store which features all the same DApps currently available in the desktop wallet plus one all new mobile exclusive DApp to reward mobile users for their wait!
Currently available WanWallet DApps:
- Wandora Box — Crypto price prediction game from FinNexus
- Jack’s Pot — No loss lottery from FinNexus
- WRDEX — Decentralized cross-chain exchange from RiveX
- Bitllywood Dex — Decentralized cross-chain exchange from Bitllywood
- ALL NEW!!! — Red Packet (currently mobile exclusive)
“Red Packets” — A Fun and Social New Way to Send Crypto
The name “Red Packet” comes from the Chinese traditions of giving money in red envelopes at festivals and special occasions. Popular Chinese mobile payment applications such as the popular Alipay, Wechat Pay, and many others have adapted this into a modern mobile application feature which allows users to send cash inside “Red Packets” to individuals or groups. WanWallet now brings this feature into the world of blockchain.
Red Packets have a number of cool features which make them different from a direct transfer of assets. Wanchain’s crypto version of the Red Packet includes the following features:
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