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This is a channel where we talk about all the latest updates and news about SafeMoon and all things crypto. So, if you love this kind of stuff, go ahead and hit the subscribe button so you get access to all the content available for you on this channel. Alright, let’s get into today’s video. Today, we are going to be talking about the SafeMoon wallet set to be released in about a week from now.
What do we know about it? What should we expect? We will be talking about all of that today. Alright, let’s begin! SafeMoon describes its wallet as a secure place to store and trade your SafeMoon. Some features include Simplex integration, dark mode, contacts list, hold to cancel, and haptic feedback. Don’t worry, we’re going to be discussing all these in detail in today’s video.
A couple of days ago, SafeMoon gave us some teasers about the wallet on Twitter. So, we now have a few hints as to how the SafeMoon wallet is going to work. Now, first impressions. The wallet is looking really nice with a pretty clean user interface. Just by looking at it, you can tell that the wallet will give a great user experience.
And I’m really just so excited to be giving my honest review of the wallet. So, I’ll be going through some of the features you can be expecting to find on the SafeMoon wallet and what my sincere thoughts on each feature is. The first thing that really struck me about the SafeMoon wallet is that it comes with a calculator. Sure, we all have calculators on our phones and you might be wondering why this impresses me so much.
But the thing is having a calculator built into the SafeMoon wallet definitely makes things a lot easier because, of course, it’s not going to be your standard or regular calculator. This one is going to be enhanced and specifically designed to suit the calculations typically involved in the trading of cryptocurrencies.
It’s probably going to be somewhat linked to tokenomics. Another feature you’d notice on the first page is the buy button, as well as the send and receive buttons. You see, with the SafeMoon wallet, you’re going to be able to save contacts so that you can send them cryptocurrencies in a flash.
If you send cryptocurrencies a lot, you probably know the complexity involved, especially the part where you need to be 100% sure that you have the usually long addresses correct. Well, you wouldn’t have to worry about that anymore. The SafeMoon wallet allows you to easily transfer cryptocurrency to your saved contacts with just a few clicks.
Of course, the SafeMoon wallet is going to allow you to store a wide range of cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, ETH, Dogecoin and the rest. In fact, also on the front page of the wallet, just underneath where you have the buy button, you’ll be able to see all the cryptocurrencies in your portfolio and how much you’ve invested in each.
Not sure there is a way to know the worth of your entire portfolio on the wallet, though. Now, there’s this certain page that’s leaving everyone curious but I’ll get to that page later. Let’s focus on the other features of this wallet first, like the fact that you’ll be able to set your preferred theme on the SafeMoon wallet. Plus, the wallet also comes with dark mode. Of course, these features do not necessarily affect the performance of the wallet itself but they do make for a better user experience.
The fact that customers will be able to customize the app along with the fact that nearly everyone uses dark mode these days is definitely a huge plus for the SafeMoon wallet, at least, in the UX category. Now, this next feature we’re going to talk about is a big one.
The SafeMoon wallet comes with a Savings Jar and Goals feature. In addition to the built-in calculator, this is another first from SafeMoon. The feature is pretty much as it sounds. On the SafeMoon wallet, you’ll be able to open a sort of crypto piggy bank where you can save your cryptocurrencies towards whatever goal you have.
Of course, I’m sure almost everyone would have at least one savings goal on the SafeMoon wallet. Yeah! The Lambo goal. By the way, if you want to know how many SafeMoon tokens you need to get a Lamborghini, you can check out this video we made about it. I’ll link to it in the description so you can begin to prepare yourself before the wallet comes. Also, I think SafeMoon is effectively setting up a trend with this feature that other cryptocurrencies might likely follow in the future. So, great work.
Moving on, another feature you can expect to see on the SafeMoon wallet is an integrated tokenomics chart. What SafeMoon has done with tokenomics is impressive. In fact, single-handedly, SafeMoon has made tokenomics more popular than it ever was. It’s now talked about by everyone in the community, whether in comments or in discussions. What the tokenomics chart will do for users will be to simplify our understanding of SafeMoon’s tokenomics by visualizing it. This way, you can really understand what’s happening with your tokens and how they are moving on any given day, up or down.
You’ll get to know how many SafeMoon tokens you’re getting and how many are getting burnt. So, basically, tracking is going to be a whole lot easier with this feature. Another really big one for the SafeMoon wallet is the Simplex integration. Yep! Finally, buying SafeMoon is no longer going to be rocket science. As of now, getting SafeMoon is a real uphill task.
However, with Simplex integrated into the wallet, we can expect that buying SafeMoon is now going to be superly simplified. All you have to do is to tap a button and you can immediately trade your fiat currency for SafeMoon directly. No need for swapping anymore. But, of course, all good things come at a cost and Simplex is known for the huge fees they tend to charge.
So, users, this is a fair heads up that you will be paying a substantial fee to enjoy the new convenience of buying SafeMoon much more easily. But, at least, on the bright side, if this actually works, then we’re going to be seeing more people wanting in.
With the process for buying SafeMoon so difficult right now, it is actually scaring off people who want to test the waters. However, if everything is simplified then we can help newbies overcome that fear and have more people actually take the step. This way we get more people holding the token, more tokens burnt, and, hopefully, an increase in token price.
Now, there’s a part of the wallet that seems to be something of a mystery for now. From the leaks, the page looks like a social media feed which leads me to wonder if SafeMoon plans to include a social feature on the wallet. I think it would be really cool if they did that but, of course, I’m not even sure that’s what it is.
Anyway, I guess we will all know soon enough when the wallet gets launched. Finally, we’re also going to be getting a SafeMoon card along with the SafeMoon wallet. Now, I saved this for last because, obviously, it’s a really interesting feature. Perhaps the most interesting of all the features we’ve talked about so far.
So, yes, we’re going to be getting a physical card that’s linked to the wallet. I’m guessing this card is going to be optional for those who are interested. There’s not much known about the card so far, though, which is leading many people to speculate on what the card is about. Is it going to be like a credit card or a debit card which you can use to make payments at certain specific locations? Is it going to be free? Although I think the answer to the last question is going to be no. I think we are going to be paying for the card.
Personally, will I get this card? Honestly, I don’t know yet. But I’d love to know what you think in the comment section, though. And with that said, we come to the end of today’s video. Pretty sure you found it interesting. Guys, I’m super excited for the launching of the SafeMoon wallet and can’t wait to see all the impressive features the team has built into it.
But while we wait, I’ll continue to bring you more SafeMoon updates and news. If you enjoyed this video, then please like this video and comment something, this would really help me out to reach the youtube algorithm.
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