Crypto Wallet App Nufinetes Launches New Features Offering Users Access to Multiple Protocols.
American-based multi-blockchain wallet app Nufinetes has launched a new feature that allows users to interact with non-fungible tokens (NFTs) built on the Ethereum network.
Nufinetes Rolls Out New NFT Features
According to a recent press release, the new upgrade offers its customers access to view and send Ethereum-based digital artworks from selected projects.
The Nufinetes wallet app is already configured to support and view VIMworld’s SmartNFTs on the VeChain; however, the recent update expands its compatibility across the ERC-721 NFTs, all with an easy-to-use interface.
For clarity, Nufinetes is a multi-chain decentralized wallet designed to support the Ethereum blockchain, VeChain, and the BNB Smart Network allowing users to sign transactions across multiple chains using the designated Ethereum/BSC’s Wallet Connect or VeChainThor’s signing function.
With this function, users can also interact with several decentralized exchanges (DEXs), including the popular UniSwap and PancakeSwap, and buy NFTs from different marketplaces. According to PR:
“Users now have the ability to sign transactions across multiple blockchains. Using Ethereum/BSC’s Wallet Connect or VeChainThor’s signing function, users can interact with dApps across all networks, freely sending transactions to a blockchain of choice.”
In addition to supporting Ethereum digital artworks, the new features have upgraded security to protect users from malicious actors.
Through the upgrade, Nufinetes allows users to export their private keys directly to external storage for backup.
The platform also rolled out a new FaceID for iOS users, offering an additional layer of security to mobile users. An “Always Ask” feature has been added to the wallet requiring the owners to use a pin code or biometrics to unlock their devices.
The new feature also includes a Software Development Kit (SDK) for project teams and owners to integrate their projects into the Nufinetes application.
The SDK is already available for VeChain users and will soon be deployed to the Ethereum blockchain.