We are excited to announce the launch of the Klever self-custody wallet for Chrome, a secure and decentralized platform for managing your cryptocurrency assets. With this new wallet, you can easily and safely store, buy, sell, and exchange Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Klever (KLV), Tron (TRX) and other popular cryptocurrencies.
One of the key features of the Klever wallet is its full support for web3 on Ethereum, Klever and Tron blockchains, which allows you to interact with decentralized applications (Dapps) directly from the wallet. This is made possible by the Klever Browser Engine, a built-in browser that is optimized for interacting with Dapps and the Ethereum blockchain.
With the Klever self-custody wallet, you can easily and safely store, buy, sell, and exchange Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Klever (KLV), Tron (TRX) and other popular cryptocurrencies. The wallet’s self-custody model gives you complete control over your assets, as you are the sole owner of your private keys. This ensures that you are the only one who can access and manage your funds, providing an added level of security and peace of mind.
In addition to self-custody, the Klever wallet also supports staking, which allows you to earn rewards by holding and supporting the network of a particular cryptocurrency. For example, if you hold any amount of KLV tokens, you can stake them on the Klever network and earn a percentage of the transaction fees as a reward. This is a great way to not only secure the network, but also earn passive income on your holdings.
The Klever Wallet also includes support for smart contracts on Ethereum, Klever and Tron blockchains, which are self-executing contracts with the terms of the agreement between buyer and seller being directly written into lines of code. This allows for faster, more secure, and more efficient transactions, as the contracts can be automatically executed without the need for intermediaries.
In addition to all these features, Klever Wallet is also fully decentralized, meaning that it operates on a peer-to-peer (P2P) network rather than relying on central authority. This decentralized model allows for increased security and autonomy, as it is less vulnerable to attacks or censorship.
One of the main advantages of Klever Wallet is its user-friendly interface, which makes it easy for even the most technologically challenged individuals to navigate. The wallet has a clean and intuitive design, with all the features and tools you need to manage your assets clearly labeled and accessible.
In addition to the Chrome version, Klever Wallet is also available for iOS and Android devices, giving you the flexibility to use it on the device of your choice. This makes it easy to manage your assets on the go, whether you are at home, at work, or on the road.
Overall, the Klever self-custody wallet for Chrome is a powerful and secure platform for managing your cryptocurrency assets. With its self-custody model, staking support, smart contract capabilities, and decentralized design, as well as full support for web3 and the Klever browser engine, it is well-equipped to handle all your crypto needs. Whether you are a seasoned pro or a newcomer to the world of cryptocurrency, the Klever wallet is an excellent choice for storing, buying, selling, and exchanging your digital assets.
Klever has received approval from the Google Store for the release candidate (RC) version of its Klever Extension. The RC version has the potential to become a stable product but may still have a low number of bugs that require fixing.
It can only be accessed via this direct link and will not yet be available in Chrome Store searches.
The RC version of Klever Extension allows users to:
- Send and receive on 5 blockchains (TRX, BTC, ETH, BSC, and KLV)
- Manage multiple accounts
- Create and import accounts
- Import by mnemonic, private key, or pemfile.
- Support tokens such as KFI (KDA), KLV, DVK, and USDT (TRX), and USDT (ETH).
- It also allows users to list transactions
- Support DeFi providers through WEB3, TRONWEB, and KLEVERWEB
- Manage DeFi connections.
In the final version, Klever plans to implement auto sign and an option to make the extension default to ETH web3 in order to avoid conflicts with other extensions. Currently, users must disable other extensions, such as MetaMask and TrustWallet, in order to use the Klever Extension on Web3.
In the final version, users will simply be able to check a “default extension” box to accomplish this.
One of the key features of the RC version is that if the extension is already installed, Google updates will occur automatically.
Klever aims to release the final version in Q1.