Klever has enabled Polkadot parameters inside the Klever Wallet; those features are now part of Klever’s new update 4.10.0 for Android.
New Features include:
- Polkadot Chain support
- Polkadot Send/Receive Flow
- Polkadot Bond/Nominate Flow
- Polkadot Browser Integration
- Polkadot Swap
all standard Klever Wallet functionality and more.
With Klever Wallet, you can easily and securely receive and send using DOT. In addition, we have activated our Charge feature, perfect for selling products or billing for services in DOT.
What is Polkadot?
Polkadot is an open-source, sharded multichain protocol that connects and secures a network of specialized blockchains, allowing them to transfer any data or assets, not just tokens, and so permitting blockchains to be interoperable. The goal of Polkadot is to form a decentralized, internet-wide blockchain network, called the Web3.
The Polkadot protocol is known as a layer-0 metaprotocol since it describes the structure and format of a network of layer 1 blockchains known as parachains (parallel chains). In addition to being able to update its own codebase through on-chain governance, Polkadot is also capable of doing so autonomously and forklessly.
Polkadot supports a decentralized web in which users control its content and eases the creation of new services, applications, and institutions.
Using the Polkadot protocol, public and private chains, permissionless networks, oracles, and future technology can be interconnected, providing trustless data and transaction sharing between these independent blockchains.
DOT’s native purpose at Polkadot is threefold: staking for operations and security, facilitating network governance, and tying up tokens across parachains.
By Warren Manuel
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