Welcome to this week’s weekly progress report from the Klever team. Firstly, we’re excited to share the latest Klever advancements on our accomplished milestones, ongoing projects, and future goals across all platforms. Moreover, join us as we delve into the significant progress made and the exciting developments ahead.


New swap options available in Klever Wallet

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Klever Wallet – Enhancements and New Features

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This week, Klever Wallet marked two significant launches – the AURA and CUDOS networks. We also implemented some analytics features for iOS and improved our translation efforts. Amid regular bug fixes and improvements, we’re setting our sights on the future. Specifically, the OKBC network is the next in line. Additionally, we are working on extended translations, a custom network addition, Wallet Connect, a new buy crypto flow, more analytics for iOS, and Paybis, our upcoming buy crypto provider..

Upcoming features include Feature Flag, KDA Fee, Fake Pin, Token Detail, BTC Ordinals, and APTOS and Solana networks integration.

KleverChain – Updated for Ongoing Improvement and Expansion

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KleverScan rolled out a significant advancement this week, focusing on several bugfixes such as asset properties parsing, kdaFee parsing, missing fields in transactions, and more. We’ve also made some improvements, notably integrating Canny for user feedback management, showing transaction fees upfront, enhancing support for longer token names, and creating a CSV export support for mixed contracts.

Looking forward, we’re developing a Sign Message Page, redesigning KleverScan with a Mobile First Approach, and creating a wizard to guide users through main contracts. Additionally, we are setting up a Multisign Center. For future deadlines, we’ve slated a subscription program for asset verification, and a wizard for main contract use. Furthermore, the refactoring of the MultiContract feature flow, a KleverChain Guide Page, and a Marketplace Page are also on the agenda.

Bitcoin.me – Better User Experience

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Bitcoin.me has made some significant strides this week. We’ve improved our layout, made security enhancements, and boosted our SEO. New liquidity pools for KFI/KLV and DXB have also been launched. Looking ahead, we’re working on integrating with Klever Kustody and KOS to improve the withdrawal and deposit flow, listing new tokens, integrating swaps, and enabling trading bots for users.

Future plans include the launch of a new liquidity pool for DVK/USDT and adding support for Hindi, German, Turkish, and Italian languages.

KleverSafe – Updated for Greater Compatibility and New Features

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KleverSafe launched a new firmware version and ran a promotional sales campaign this week. We’ve also released preliminary versions of Register and Authenticate methods for FIDO U2F. The roadmap for July includes support for two new coins, AURA and CUDOS. Additionally, for August, we’re planning to support the OKBC and APT coins, alongside FIDO support.

Stay tuned for a new firmware update on the KleverSafe webpage next Monday.


Our commitment to growth and improvement remains unwavering. Therefore, stay tuned for more advancements, expansions, and improvements across all our platforms.