Cryptocurrency wallets MyCrypto and Ambo both announce major updates of their software.
Cryptocurrency wallets MyCrypto and Ambo (recently acquired by the former) have both announced major updates of their software. Among other improvements, MyCrypto added a multi-account management system.
A major overhaul
According to a press release shared with Cointelegraph on Oct. 10, MyCrypto’s software has seen a major overhaul with a new user interface and a new homepage, dashboard, screen lock, an updated address book and outgoing transaction procedure.
That being said, all those new features are so far included only in the beta (early access) version of the wallet and there is no timeline for when they will go fully live.
Ambo’s decentralized exchange integration
Furthermore, Ambo — a cryptocurrency wallet acquired by MyCrypto in January — has also announced a major overhaul of its features. The press release shared with Cointelegraph teases the addition of unspecified “smart features to protect investments” and data driven graphs.
Also, thanks to integration with Radar Relay, Kyber Network, Bancor and Uniswap, Ambo users now have access to over 700 different tradeable tokens, according to the release.
As Cointelegraph reported in August, Binance-owned digital currency wallet Trust Wallet released a desktop application for macOS.