Hey friends! We hope you’ve all been finding our latest multiple multi-wallet update useful.
After a big update, the following weeks may seem less glamorous, consisting of various bug fixes and smaller improvements, but these fixes are essential for creating a better user experience and hence, we will not overlook them.
Here is a list of bugs that we caught and squished 😠
- Fixed a bug where the QR codes on the flip side of NFTs weren’t functioning properly.
- Users who imported a seed phrase to create their wallet group (as opposed to creating a wallet group via KryptoGO’s wallet-generation procedure) are now able to reveal their seed phrase in the settings page.
- Assets now correctly refresh after a wallet is removed.
- Fixed a bug where the line chart data on the home screen had an 8-hour discrepancy with actual data.
- Fixed a bug where the user would sometimes encounter a blank screen due to erroneous wallet routing.
- Fixed a bug where the user avatar shows up as empty despite the user having set an NFT as their avatar.
- Fixed a bug where low-cap tokens would show up in EVM wallets in a wallet group even though they shouldn’t.
- On the flip side, fixed a bug where certain low-cap tokens weren’t showing up even though they should.
- Fixed a bug where custom gas fees values weren’t being used correctly.
- Fixed a bug where Wallet Connect fails when switching chains.
- Fixed a bug where wallets weren’t syncing between multiple devices.
We’ve also been testing out some new functionality specifically for affording NFTs utility and making the distribution of NFTs (think: airdrops, or NFT rewards) much easier for both project teams and users. We’ll reveal more details when the time is right, but meanwhile, we are launching KryptoGO Yacht Club (KGYC), a free NFT for y’all that also allows us to test out infrastructure. Check out the event website here and get your free NFT!
It is worth noting that the Ethereum “Merge” is coming soon! In a few days time, Ethereum is undergoing The Merge, a long-awaited upgrade transitioning the consensus protocol from proof-of-work (POW) to proof-of-stake (POS).
It’s a pretty big deal. However, you won’t need to do anything! Your ETH will transfer over after The Merge, and you’ll still be able to see the full amount in your wallets following the upgrade. Sit back, and watch as the most significant upgrade of Ethereum unfolds.
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