Freewallet, known for its Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero and other altcoin mobile wallets, has released its 12th product, Dash wallet. The app is now available for Android users, and Freewallet is working on Apple’s approval.
Explaining the rationale for the move, the Freewallet team says that “while Bitcoin increases fees, operating extremely slowly, Dash benefits its users providing instant transactions and low fees.”
The release is very timely as Dash recently marked an important milestone as the privacy focused cryptocurrency made it to the top three blockchain asset spot. The market value of all the Dash tokens in circulation is now over $300 million, well over Ripple’s million market cap and below only Ethereum and Bitcoin.
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“Freewallet’s policy is aimed at supporting the community in a timely manner. We regularly monitor the market to provide user-friendly services to make cryptocurrencies easy to use. Dash presence on crypto-scene has been particularly visible lately and we did our utmost to release the wallet promptly” says Alvin Hagg, Frewallet’s founder.
Based on Freewallet technologies, Dash wallet adopted its predecessors’ features. The app offers simple and intuitive UI, enables in-app purchases, built-in exchange and seven languages support.
Earlier this year we reported that Freewallet has localized its apps into the Portuguese, Spanish, French, Russian, Korean and Chinese languages.