AllForOne app (open beta) receives wallet integration. Two more functionalities to come before MVP release to app stores.

The AllForOne app by Useless Crypto has been in open beta while under development. It provides charting, whale watching, transaction histories, and a proprietary king-of-the-hill style ranking system called Eclipse. As of just recently, it now includes an integrated non-custodial multi-chain multi-wallet supporting BSC, ETH, and Harmony with more chains to come.

I imported two wallets of mine from Trust Wallet and one from MetaMask and can now view the three of them in one place (all on same screen) and view my holdings across the three networks I mentioned without having to switch from one network to another. I particularly like seeing my sum total of holdings across wallets.

In-app buying and selling and fiat on-ramping are the two pieces left to be integrated before the app will be released out of beta as a minimum viable product (MVP).

Risks: the app is currently in an open beta – so if you use it, expect to see the occasional bug. Development is ongoing so some aspects/features may not seem ready for primetime. App is managed by a small but dedicated group of developers including a full time app architect and full time CEO. Other normal risks associated with DeFi and micro/nano cap projects.

I’m a platform CM for the associated project and am happy to answer questions about the app.

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