Uniswap Wallet finally lands in Apple’s App Store, opening up Ethereum, Polygon, Arbitrum, and Optimism for iOS users worldwide

After a hurdle with Apple last March, Uniswap Labs has secured a spot in Apple's App Store for its wallet app, Uniswap Wallet, allowing iOS users in the US and other countries to trade cryptocurrency assets on the Ethereum core network, as well as on Polygon, Arbitrum, and Optimism.

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Uniswap Labs, the cryptocurrency company behind the decentralized finance trading platform, Uniswap, has secured a spot in Apple’s App Store for its wallet app, Uniswap Wallet.

The Uniswap Wallet app for devices, iOS, is now available for users in the US and other countries.

The features Uniswap Wallet allows users to exchange cryptocurrency assets on the Ethereum core network, as well as on Polygon, Arbitrum and Optimism.

It also allows users to buy cryptocurrencies, view NFT details (but not exchange them), select “favorite” tokens and wallet addresses, and explore different cryptocurrencies.

Last month Uniswap introduced its wallet to 10,000 early access users via Apple’s testing platform, Apple TestFlight. The barrier was resolved Recall that just last March, Uniswap stated that it was unaware of the reasons why Apple had refused to greenlight the launch of its app in the App Store.

Now, that hurdle appears to have been resolved for users in the US, UK, France, Cyprus and elsewhere – but it is unknown if and when Apple will approve Uniswap’s app for use in other regions. Uniswap Labs has made the code for the app “open source” and published it on GitHub.

High competition Uniswap remains the most popular protocol on Ethereum for decentralized funding, with $4.26 billion in total value locked up. Uniswap’s mobile wallet already has plenty of competition and should get the attention of users, such as MetaMask, Coinbase Wallet, Trust Wallet, Robinhood’s wallet app, as well as others.

As Uniswap Labs continues to push for App Store access in more countries, it’s worth noting that Apple’s relationship with cryptocurrencies has historically been characterized as conservative.

However, considering the fact that the Bitcoin “white paper” was found hidden on Apple’s computers, Apple’s relationship with cryptocurrencies seems to remain… a mystery.

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