Essential User Interface Checklist for Atomic Wallet

Nice, Atomic Wallet have an in application price chart but only on personal computer (PC).

Bare Minimum

To receive coin, (1) go to wallet, (2) choose a coin, (3) receive or down arrow, (4) copy and send address or QR code to the sender.
To send coin, (1) go to wallet, (2) choose a coin, (3) send or up arrow, (4) copy and insert address or scan QR code of receiver. Eventhough QR code is available but still double check because there phising cases that hackers change the QR code.

Operating Systems

Referral Program

I am a fan of referral program that I myself do not want to waste. If I do not have a referrer, then I just browse the web looking for people sharing their referral link and used. Does Atomic wallet have referral program? Yes, get AWC 5 for each invite if you and your friend stores $10 worth of crypto in the wallet. Don’t waste it by downloading without using a referral link. If your family or friends have referral links, use them. If not, use mine https://atomicwallet.io/join?kid=17KP6Z and thank you very much for using my referral link.

Private Keys or Seed Phrases

To get your seed phrase and private keys, (1) go to settings, (2) private keys and input password, (3) get your seed phrase and your private keys. If you lose your wallet such as your computer crashes, download a new wallet and insert the seed phrase or private keys. If you want to restore intentionally, you can just log out, then restore. At the same time of not losing your keys, secure them because anyone who knows your keys can steal your funds.

Supported Coins and Tokens

The amount of coins supported greatly impacts the popularity of the wallet. Generally, people prefers wallets that supports many coins. The more coins supported the better. The security is a different issue though. So how about Atomic Wallet today?
Does it support manual token addition? Yes it does. (1) Go to wallet, (2) Find + symbol, (3) add contract.

In Wallet Staking

One of my favourite feature is in wallet staking. The steps are simple: (1) have a coin in your wallet that you want to stake, (2) go to staking menu, (3) choose a coin, (4) stake or unstake. Staking in the early days used to be a complicated process because no user friendly interface are available. Then cloud wallets and centralized exchanges offers staking, although you have to trust them with your keys, people still prefers them because they built user friendly interfaces. Atomic wallet allows you to stake while keeping your private keys. Note, staking is different from lending. Staking philosophically means that you hold the coin and not sell, the system appreciates that and rewards you with more coin, while lending is you lend your coins to someone with interest as the price.

In Wallet Exchange

In wallet exchange is available through decentralized exchange (DEX) if I’m corrent. I don’t know which one, so leave a comment if you know. You can also use credit card to buy coins using fiat but as usual, the fees are high. Another thing is that not all credit card works on Simplex, well certainly mine does not which is TUO COOP Visa. If you are trading or just have leisure time, than I suggest you to go out there and find competetive rate exchanges, if not, then you can use this one for quick exchange. I took the screenshot on 16:50, January 15th, 2020, and the price of bitcoin in average is $9000.
However, you may get cheaper price in exchanges if you hold more Atomic Wallet Token (AWC).

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