Place/Date: - January 31st, 2020 at 1:50 pm UTC · 3 min read
Contact: Lumi Wallet, Source: Lumi Wallet
Lumi Wallet has shown exceptional growth in its user base and functionality during 2019, and after working hard on fine-tuning its API is ready to present a bunch of new features in February.
The year 2019 was exceptional for Lumi Wallet. First and foremost, it’s in part thanks to the contribution of the users who chose Lumi as their main cryptographic wallet.
From the beginning of the year, the iOS, Android and Web versions developed rapidly to catch up with user requests. New features were added, the wallet has introduced many new currencies and full EOS support.
This effort paid off. In the beginning of the 2020 Lumi is among the most popular wallets available in the Appstore and Google Play, many reviews and ratings included it in their top lists, praising the anonymity, simplicity, and well-rounded functionality. But the goal is to always aim higher, right?
That’s why Lumi’s team was working hard during January, which is a relatively calm month for the industry, analysing the issues at hand and building a more stable, reliable version of the wallet.
Data, collected by an expanded support team, was structured into a brand new knowledge base, that will help users to solve potential inconveniences quicker and answer the most common questions about the wallet and cryptocurrency operations in general (the new design for this section is underway).
The first big update is coming in February and the main feature is going to be the option to seamlessly withdraw crypto to a credit card, with an extended list of currencies. The list of currencies for direct conversion will also expand.
Another trend set by the wallet is the expansion into other languages. During 2019, Lumi’s interface was translated into Korean, Japanese, Russian and German. Lumi plans to bring its capabilities to users from different regions of the world, creating a convenient service in the native language and with local currencies. Among the most recent localizations are Brazilian, Portugese, and Spanish.
The year is just the beginning and all indications are that it will be a decisive one for the world of decentralized finance.
Wherever the price of Bitcoin goes, it is important to have easy access to it and not worry about the safety of your assets and data. So Lumi advises you to follow the news and useful tips on the blog, as well as to subscribe to Twitter to be informed about any updates and promotions.