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In the rapidly evolving world of blockchain technology, KleverSafe expands its ecosystem adding Celestia & SUI support. Moreover, this week, we’re excited to share some important accomplishments and our future plans within the Klever ecosystem.

Klever Wallet

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Klever Wallet continues its momentum with the testnet launch of the Celestia network and enabling BTC-based chains for swap. It has also resolved the Minthree connection issue inside the wallet.

Future Plans

Klever Wallet aims to add the Cosmos network, SUI network, and a feature for adding custom networks. More integrations, analytics, feature flags, and KDA Fee are also on the pipeline.


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KleverChain has shown significant progress this week, updating its Unity SDK to utilize KDA Pools for transaction fee payments. The move to create a websocket for API calls also marks a significant leap in providing a more seamless and integrated experience.


In a bid to improve user experience and transparency, KleverChain has created an endpoint to get the transaction estimate fee. Consequently, this makes transactions more predictable for users.

Future Plans

Looking ahead, KleverChain plans to introduce a new Klever MainNet update, operator CLI visualization enhancements, and also, custom Kapps alongside KleverChain VM.


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Bitcoin.me has successfully launched its Liquidity Pool BTC/USDT, and also, made significant strides in improving the responsive layout.

Future Plans

Bitcoin.me’s roadmap includes integrating with Klever Kustody and KOS, adding multi-language support (French and Russian), and integrating with Cosmos and Celestia. The launch of multiple Liquidity Pools including ETH/USDT, TRX/USDT, and BNB/USDT is also on the horizon.




KleverSafe introduced support for a new coin, Celestia, expanding its ecosystem. The brand also launched a new communication driver for improved performance, and a promotional sales campaign is currently underway.

Future Plans

KleverSafe has set its sight on expanding support for Ethereum-based networks, adding support for a new coin, SUI, and custom supports for Cosmos and Substrate-based networks. FIDO2 support is also slated for later this year.

That’s all for this week. We appreciate your continued support and look forward to sharing more updates with you in our next newsletter.