Exodus 1.55.0: Exchange for BNB + Portfolio Tracking
View your investments over time and swap BNB at the touch of a button.
I’m feeling a little sentimental today.
Whenever I see a new release from Exodus, it reminds me of the stone tower we see above. To normal bystanders, we see the tower as it is; however, can you envision this same stone tower above by only looking at the first few?
In the same vein, do you believe the tower in the first picture is actually complete or just a solid foundation for an even larger structure? At its inception, Exodus looked and felt drastically different than what we experience today. I sometimes wonder if our developers imagined today’s Exodus three years ago.
From fresh design changes to new arrivals in the exchange feature, I’m honored to bring you version 1.55.0 of the release notes . . . another building-block for the tower.
Let’s get into it:
BNB Takes Center-Stage
For all you BNB HODLers and trading fanatics out there, BNB joins the rest of our fully-supported assets in the Exodus “Exchange” tab.
Welcome to the party BNB!
It Just Makes Sense
We’ve heard mentions of how scrolling was a pain in the new Portfolio screen, especially with a lot of enabled assets. That’s a thing in the past now (and its only been two weeks).
In this version, we made it much more intuitive for the user. Clicking the asset on the donut will now bring you to its in-depth market information on the Portfolio. From there, you can click again to head to the asset’s respective wallet. No scrolling necessary.
The Portfolio screen also shows you detailed information on the assets in your wallet itself. With just one glance, you can see which asset is doing the best and how much the value in your portfolio changed.
Oh, we included a cool over-time historical view as well. We heard some people like charts :)
You Want More?
If you do scroll down to the bottom of the Portfolio screen, you’ll see a familiar option that we’ve had in the past. The “Add More” button will happily teleport you directly to our Assets page.
A release wouldn’t be a release without some bug fixes. I’m sure some of them will return, but we’ll be ready. O_o
Next Release: July 19th, 2018
With this release, you’ll see more hints of what’s to come in the future. Can you envision it? If so, you can always send us comments and suggestions on our Twitter and Facebook (and here on Medium!). We’d love to hear from you.
Please also make sure to keep an eye on future updates and security patches on our releases page.
It was awesome to talk to you all today, until next time!
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