Klever Weekly Newsletter – April 15

Explore the Dfinity ecosystem in this Kever Live with Jan Camenisch, CTO of Internet Computer. Learn more about the steps to Klever Mainnet Migration for Validators. Also, Klever adds COMP Swap Pairs.

Klever Live with Jan Camenisch, CTO of Dfinity, Internet Computer

Misha Lederman hosted Jan Camenisch, CTO of Dfinity, Internet Computer (ICP), and a leading scientist in the area of privacy and cryptography.

Jan is a leading scientist and has published over 120 widely cited papers in the areas of privacy and cryptography. Previously, he spent 19 years as Principal Research Staff Member at IBM, where he co-invented Identity Mixer, a unique cryptographic protocol for authentication. He is a Fellow of IEEE and IACR and has received many awards for his work.

The Internet Computer (ICP) is a blockchain-based decentralized network that aims to provide a “limitless” environment in which smart contracts and other decentralized applications can run at web speed. ICP was launched by the Swiss-based cryptography nonprofit DFINITY, and delivers critical infrastructure changes that could potentially alleviate scalability concerns in other blockchain networks such as Ethereum.

Explore the Dfinity ecosystem, learn how smart contracts work, and join the dialogue that surrounds innovations made possible by Klever and Internet Computer.

Klever Mainnet Migration for Validators

With the help of the community Validators, we have been able to test and work out several bugs.

As all validators are aware we have been running the TestNet for the following reasons:

  • For validators to get ready and familiarize themselves with the Klever node.
  • For the Klever team to work out any last bugs.
  • For the Klever team to stress test the network.

However, we need to start preparing for KLV Token migration and the network bootstrapping, for this, and in preparation for Mainnet, Validators must be familiarized with the steps they need to take, click below to learn more.

Klever Wallet adds new Compound (COMP) Swap Pairs

To support our community we have introduced 9 new COMP (BEP20) swap pairs.

Compound is a decentralized lending protocol through which users can earn interest by depositing their cryptocurrency into one of the pools the platform supports, and now you can swap COMP (BEP20) tokens in Klever Wallet.

Available COMP BEP20 Swap pairs: 


APECoin Trade is live on Klever Exchange

Users can now enjoy trading APECoin on the Klever Exchange.

The Klever Exchange is now one of the best exchanges to trade APECoin (APE), such that users with a Klever Exchange account would simply log in using all our secured protocols to ensure the safety of the user funds.

The evolution of the Ethereum Blockchain has come with various applications and developments ascribed to its functionality. APECoin is one of these projects that was built on Ethereum and became very popular with a massive impact on the market in recent times.

ApeCoin is an ERC-20 governance and utility token used within the APE ecosystem to empower a decentralized community by building at the forefront of web3 for its users.

XRP/USDT available on Klever Swap

XRP is one of the most desired crypto today solving the global trillion-dollar cross border remittances problem

Taking a big leap in solving the global cross-border remittances problem, Ripple (XRP) is leading the baton with its state-of-the-art blockchain technology.

Looking at these features, Klever Wallet added XRP in its wallet to offer users a project that is solving real problems for the masses. XRP is currently used by many banks and financial institutions worldwide today for remitting billions of dollars. It can become an alternative for SWIFT, a global cross-border payment system used globally by banks.

Click below to learn how to swap XRP in Klever Wallet.

What can you do with XRP in Klever Wallet?

XRP is one of the oldest cryptocurrency designed to solve cross border remittances globally which you can buy in Klever Wallet

Unlike Bitcoin and Ethereum which disrupts global finance, Ripple (XRP) solves the current banking channel with its real-time gross settlement system (RTGS), currency exchange, and remittance network. XRP uses its blockchain-based payment protocol, RippleNet, to facilitate instantaneous transactions between financial entities.

RippleNet acts as a facilitator for sending and receiving payments seamlessly between the sender and the receiver through its distributed platforms. It also helps global banks streamline communication that is using its Ripple Transaction Protocol (RTXP).

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