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In the last few weeks we have been rolling out our brand new Fuse wallet and we though it’s time to explain a bit about the default community we created in order to guide new users in the app and a bit about our future plans.

The DAI points is a default community that every user opts-in by default after installing the wallet. …


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The Fuse wallet was under development for the most part of 2019, the first version we released was a good chance for us to learn about how users interact with tokens and how we can make the experience of paying with the wallet, completely frictionless. In this version we implemented a new architecture that allows us to take the wallet to the next step.

The wallet was designed to be wrapped around any ERC-20 token and give the ability to make it usable for a mainstream audience. The main piece of the puzzle is the user account, every new user that onboards gets a proxy contract deployed on his behalf. This allows the user to have better control over his funds, in the future switching his phone or restoring access to his funds would be a much better experience. …


One of the strengths of the Fuse platform is the ability to easily add business logic and complicated features to your community of users. …

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