London, United Kingdom – 22/06/2018 Saturn Network, a project centered around bringing together a whole ecosystem of decentralized exchanges across multiple blockchains, announced the release of Saturn Wallet this week. Saturn Wallet supports Ethereum and Ethereum Classic, allowing users to access decentralized applications on both blockchains from their browser. In this first release, users can easily manage their wallet, swap networks in just one click and interact with dApps securely from one tool. Being based on MetaMask, it is very easy to migrate over an existing MetaMask or ClassicMask account to Saturn Wallet.
Ethereum Classic users will now feel the flawless simplicity of accessing the blockchain through the intuitive interface that Saturn Wallet provides. In fact, Saturn Network, has solved a much wider problem that was plaguing ETC’s network: the complete lack of any wallet that could provide this function. One of the main benefits of ETC is for developers to deploy smart contracts onto the blockchain, which opens up the network to be the starting point for a whole range of projects. With an Ethereum Classic browser in place, any existing dApps on the Ethereum network can be migrated over to ETC. This means Saturn Wallet opens up the doors to developers choosing to work on the ETC network and in process ensures the continued growth of the network.
And it is only going to get better with team Saturn’s announcement they will be launching their zero fees decentralized exchange Radex onto Ethereum Classic this Saturday. By providing a dApp browser and the first decentralized exchange, the network is now prime for development teams to come in with new projects. They know that investors will be able to use their products easily via the Saturn Wallet, and they can also count on any created tokens being listed on Radex Classic. Initially, users will be able to trade between ETC and Saturn Classic.
What is the Saturn Network?
Saturn Network began transforming cryptocurrency trading in December 2017 when they launched Radex, the first zero fees decentralized exchange for trading Ethereum tokens with ERC20 & ERC223 support. The team believes that cryptocurrency trading should not be centralized, and are developing a protocol that allows access to a shared decentralized orderbook which is governed by a DAO. By governing the protocol with a DAO, users have complete control over the direction of the project: with SATURN tokens you will be able to vote on exchange fees, have new tokens listed and also receive dividends(a share of the collected fees). Their mission is to bring a decentralized exchange to every blockchain, and ultimately provide cross chain decentralized trading.
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