Crypto wallet app Klever launches beta testing for its new exchange service

CryptoNinjas » Crypto wallet app Klever launches beta testing for its new exchange service

Klever. a full-featured cryptocurrency wallet application, announced that it has now launched a beta version of its native exchange service. Klever will be choosing thousands of Klever Exchange beta testers for both iOS and Android apps; invites to chosen beta testers will go out from May 5th.

Those interested can now submit a request to become a beta tester at klever.io/beta.

The idea behind Klever Exchange is fully based on providing a simple, intuitive, and powerful user experience where anyone can trade, with unmatched speed and advanced security architecture. Klever Exchange was born to become a home to users who are completely new to crypto trading by providing a simple user experience while enabling powerful features to experienced traders through market-leading speed, iron-clad security, and world-class support.

“Klever is not building a crypto wallet. We are building the infrastructure for a public financial system based on decentralized technologies. The Klever Exchange plays a fundamental role as the engine in that ecosystem. The launch of Klever Exchange will be a game-changer for the entire ecosystem and the KLV token, which will be playing a central role in not just the exchange, but all products and platforms in the Klever world of apps.”
– Dio Ianakiara, CEO of Klever

Klever Exchange is based on over 3 years of industry research and product development.

Upcoming Launch of Klever Exchange

The plan is to launch Klever Exchange sometime in Q2 2021 for iOS & Android, and for web in Q3 2021.

Klever Exchange will be a centralized crypto-to-crypto exchange; with an emphasis on security, high performance, user experience, and usability through easily accessible features. The exchange is built to be able to handle over 3 million transactions per second; through the use of autonomous order books,

CryptoNinjas » Crypto wallet app Klever launches beta testing for its new exchange service

Original Article