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May brought much news for Atomic. Finally, implemented staking for AWC, desktop & mobile updates, AMA sessions with Reserve Protocol, and Coti Network, Zoom AMA with CTO of Bitfinex. It’s a lot to tell — just give a read to our monthly report to know everything.

Desktop Release (2.16.0)

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The new desktop version 2.16.0 has these features:

  • New price chart section. Stay tuned with the market trends.
  • ICON (ICX) added. Manage and exchange ICX in a secure way.
  • Instant balance updates for ATOM and TRX are speeded up.
  • Improved TRX staking now with a claim button for the rewards.

You can download Atomic here. …


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Upgraded desktop & mobile versions, more added assets, Bitcoin Halving news and predictions, 2500 reached reviews on Trustpilot, AMA sessions, and many more. Welcome to read our April update!

Desktop Release (2.15.0)

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The new desktop version 2.15.3 has these features:

  • JUST (JST) token added. Airdrop supported for the TRX holders.
  • Huge performance optimization.
  • Coins price updated every minute.
  • Export history to CSV added.
  • Exchange for USDT, USDC, and other ERC20 tokens fixed.
  • Fixes for XVG, AE, WAVES, KMD.

You can download Atomic here.

Bitcoin Halving is Coming!

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Bitcoin Halving is scheduled at the height of the block, and not the date. It’ll happen at the block 630,000, which approximately will take place on May 12. What price will BTC reach if the rewards for mining will be reduced by 50%? …


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Even pandemic can’t stop us from building Atomic! Check out our updates for March and stay safe!

What is done:

  1. New Desktop Release
  2. New Mobile Release
  3. AMA Sessions
  4. Support Work in March
  5. 40,000 on Twitter!

Desktop Release (2.15.0)

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The new desktop version 2.15.0 has these features:

  • Performance optimization.
  • Coins prices updated every minute.
  • Export history to CSV format added.
  • Added hash of outgoing and incoming transactions and cashback amount.
  • Bug fixes for price charts displaying.

You can download Atomic here.

Atomic Mobile Release

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What’s new in the 0.57.0 Android and iOS versions:

  • New asset Hedera (HBAR).
  • Better rates for buy crypto.
  • Stake available TRX voices.
  • Exchange and buy crypto orders history redesigned. …

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To keep you up to date with our updates, check out Atomic’s report for February! New desktop and mobile releases, AMA sessions, AWC pump, our support team’s stats and many more!

What is done:

  1. New Desktop Release
  2. New Mobile Release
  3. AWC Token
  4. Review at the David Pakman Show
  5. AMA Sessions
  6. Support Work in February

Desktop Release (2.14.0)

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The new desktop version 2.14.0 has these features:

  • New asset: Hedera Hashgraph (HBAR).
  • Buy DASH and stable coins: DAI, PAX, BUSD, with a bank card in 18 fiat currencies.
  • Available TRX voices can be staked.
  • BTT, WINk airdrop rewards calculation is now based on a total balance. …

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To fulfill Atomic’s milestones for the new year, we’ve started to work hard from the very beginning. Find out more about our new releases, updated wallet’s interfaces (with staking tab!) and many more!

What is done:

  1. Non-Custodial Staking for Tezos, Cosmos, Tron, Komodo & other assets
  2. New Desktop
  3. New Mobile
  4. Roadmap 2020
  5. AMA Sessions
  6. Support Work in January
  7. Membership Program

Staking in Atomic

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By the end of 2019, staking for multiple assets such as Tezos, Cosmos, Tron, Komodo, Ontology/Gas, and others has become available in Atomic wallet.

Now you can choose any of your favorite PoS assets from our staking tab and stake it decentralized, with zero-fees and attractive yield’s %. …


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Preface

Another year has come to the end, and here we are to sum up what was accomplished by Atomic wallet team in 2019 and share the plans for 2020.

This year, we’ve made the wallet more convenient and friendly by constantly improving it and filling up with cool features. So now it’s time to break new ground and make Atomic even better!

What is done in 2019

Android and iOS apps released

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At the beginning of 2019, the wallet had been launched on Android and then on iOS in the mid Fall. Since that time, Atomic has supported all major desktop and mobile versions. They are all synchronized with each other. …


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Hi there! We dashed into Fall with a bunch of cool updates. Here is the report for what Atomic accomplished in September. Welcome to check it out!

What is done:

  1. New Desktop Releases (2.7.0–2.7.1)
  2. Mobile App — New 0.46.0 Release
  3. Atomic Wallet Academy
  4. AMAs: Dash, Digitex, Zilliqa, Nexo
  5. Support Work in September
  6. Bonus Material

Desktop Releases (2.7.0–2.7.1)

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The new desktop version has these features:

  • Adjustable window width.
  • Redesigned assets list, added columns: price charts, portfolio, market cap.
  • Added coin info page with transaction history.
  • Added new assets: Komodo (KMD), Raven (RVN) and ARK.
  • New coins in exchange: Komodo (KMD), Raven (RVN) and ARK.
  • Instant balances update and notifications for RVN, BSV. …

Last week, we had our first AMA session in our Telegram Chat. Our guests were Sherman Lee and Rahul Vishwakarma, Co-founders at Raven Protocol, one of the most interesting Binance Chain-based projects designed for machine learning.

Here are the essential points of Sherman and Rahul on the product and future prospects.

Please welcome Sherman (S), and Rahul (R), and the questions from our Telegram chat members (Q).

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Q: Sherman, first I would like to ask are about Raven Protocol, its aims and achievements. What could you tell about the aims? …


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What is done?

  1. AWC listed on Binance DEX
  2. New Wallet Core
  3. Added GRS, XEM, WAVES, LSK, ATOM, ONT + ONG
  4. Mobile App: Added QR-code, EOS.

What to expect next?

  1. AWC integration to the ecosystem.
  2. In-app Staking.
  3. Interoperability between mobile and desktop app.
  4. AWC listed on Binance DEX
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AWC is one of the first tokens listed to Binance Decentralized exchange. Recently, 50% of the AWC Token emission has been burnt on the Ethereum Blockchain and the same amount released on the Binance Mainnet. Now you’re able to swap AWC between the chains: from ERC-20 token to BEP2 token.

2. New Wallet Core

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Welcome Atomic 2.0 for your PC, Mac and Linux. We’ve fully rebuilt the wallet core. Enjoy the smooth, fast and robust Atomic that supports even more cryptos for your ultimate experience. Now Atomic works much faster. The only thing to admit is that Atomic Swaps are not yet available on the new core. They will be added in the future. To upgrade Atomic install the new app and restore your wallet with 12 words seed phrase. …


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Preface

Another year is over, so now it’s time to take stock of 2018 and share our plans for the new year.
The Atomic team has done a huge work to craft a good all-in-one solution for your cryptos. There’s still a lot of things to do in order to make Atomic more friendly, more convenient, more robust.

What is done

Support for top 25 blockchains and over 300 tokens.
We’ve added over almost all the top coins and tokens you can manage securely in the Atomic desktop application. Moreover, you can add and manage custom ERC20 tokens. All your private keys are generated locally from the seed phrase on your device and protected by encryption. Atomic is build on top of common open source libraries, that guarantees your funds are secure. …

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