Today, the PIVX project released a brand new core wallet, the major development originates from open-source Pull Request (PR#954) on the PIVX GitHub. PR#594 comprises over 5 months of extensive work by PIVX core developer Furszy, in collaboration with the design and development team of Krubit, with the aim to make the most advanced and user-friendly wallet in the market.
The completed work brings an entirely new UI/UX flow for the wallet, and the addition of new functionalities (front-end and back-end). The design and build were made to be in-line with what was envisioned in the design phase along with community feedback.
This wallet design is planned to be included as part of PIVX core v4.0.0 that is targeted for release before the end of Q3 2019. The PIVX team said to expect the compiled testnet binaries sometime next week so users can test and contribute more feedback. These unofficial testnet binaries will be available for all OS desktops.
New PIVX Core Wallet Feature List
New startup screens:New splash screen. Intro screen revamped. New initial wallet setup walkthrough tutorial wizard! Language selection.
New Dashboard screen:New transactions list. One-click receive QR address. Wallet balances always visible in the top bar.
New stakes chart:A brand new chart that lets users know how many stakes were received in the past year, month, days. Easy single-click operation.
New top status bar:Important information organized at the top of your wallet, always visible and updated in real-time. New wallet lock/unlock dialog.
Two brand new themes:
Newly designed Send screen:PIV/zPIV supported on the same screen. Multi-outputs, remaining balance, total balance. Parse PIVX URI & Payment Request. Custom transaction options. Autocomplete send to address with contacts. Autocomplete URI in “send to” editable box.
Newly designed Receive screen: Continue on cryptoninjas.net