Uniswap, the unruly renegade of the crypto world, has unleashed its beta Android wallet app, paving the way for a glorious Google Play Store launch. This audacious move comes after Uniswap’s domination on PC and iOS devices, leaving Android users in the dust. But fear not, for the Android beta is now LIVE, offering early access to those brave enough to venture into the wild world of decentralized crypto exchange.
With over $1.7 trillion worth of trades under its belt, Uniswap is the heavyweight champion of decentralized exchanges. But until now, it has relied on its web-based application for most of its trading antics. The launch of the iOS mobile app earlier this year was a triumph, albeit after a tussle with Apple. But Android users were left yearning for their piece of the action.
Enter the Android beta app, a game-changer in the world of crypto. This audacious creation allows users to seamlessly switch between different chains without breaking a sweat. It automatically detects the network a coin resides on and effortlessly switches to that network. Currently compatible with Polygon, Arbitrum, Optimism, Base, and BNB Chain, this app is set to conquer even more chains in the future.
But that’s not all. This rebellious wallet app also offers protection against front-running and sandwich attacks by routing Ethereum transactions through a private pool. And if that’s not your cup of tea, you can always turn off this feature. It even has the audacity to detect coins with built-in transfer fees and display them in the interface, ensuring users are fully aware of any hidden costs.
To get a taste of this revolutionary app, eager adopters can sign up for the email waitlist. And fear not, for Uniswap plans to release the app’s open-source code in the coming weeks, proving that transparency is at the heart of this wild endeavor.
– Uniswap launches beta Android wallet app, preparing for a Google Play Store launch.
– Uniswap has been the leading decentralized exchange, processing over $1.7 trillion in trades.
– The Android beta app allows seamless switching between different chains.
– It offers protection against front-running and sandwich attacks.
– Users can sign up for the email waitlist to get early access.
– The app’s open-source code will be released in the coming weeks.