JWallet is an Ethereum & ERC20 cryptocurrency wallet designed by Jibrel Network. Jibrel provides currencies, equities, commodities, as well as other financial assets as standard ERC-20 tokens on the Ethereum blockchain. The Jwallet is available for Web, Android & iOS. Below we take a closer look at the wallet’s capabilities.
Landing on the Jwallet’s website gives a sense of simplicity, which is perhaps what a lot of users, especially those who aren’t that crypto-savvy, are looking for. Unlike many other wallets, the Jwallet is very user-friendly and takes just two seconds to set up. The rather sleek and simple user interface brings a fairly refined service for anyone who has the need to store any ERC-20 tokens or fiat-pegged stablecoins.
The wallet claims to offer institutional-grade security. All of the user’s data, including generated or imported private keys, are stored locally and don’t seem to leave your device.
Setting It Up
Indeed, the setup looks particularly simple. All you’d have to do is name your wallet as you see fit, set up a password and you’re good to go. That’s literally everything there is to the initial setup of your wallet, so let’s get straight to the usability and see if it really is that simple.
Upon getting in your wallet, that’s the screen you’re going to see:
Evidently, they really do like to keep things simple. For the sake of this review, we’ve added the ADX asset, which wasn’t originally there. When we created the account, the only asset which was on the dashboard was Ethereum.
On the left, you’ll see the actions you can take. This includes sending, receiving and converting different assets, as well as tagging some of them as “Favorites.” On the top right corner, you’ll find the search tool, a filter, as well as the option to add more assets. You can also track your transaction history for each different asset, which is quite neat.
On the top left, you can check your total balance value in the preferred currency. It’s also worth noting that the team has added the functionality to check estimated transaction times. This is shown when you’re sending outgoing cryptocurrencies. This added feature is a great bonus for those that hate waiting in suspense when transferring their tokens. It is important to note that the speed of the wallet and transactions is also very noticeable.
Without a doubt, the Jwallet is perhaps one of the simplest cryptocurrency storage solutions found out there. The simplicity and intuitive minimalist nature really stand out. The Jwallet seems to combine the best features of current wallets while eliminating the tedious and complicated.
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