Welcome to this month’s Numio Developer update! Since our last update, we have had three app releases filled with exciting new functionality, refined UI/UX, and enhanced in-app optimizations. Let’s jump right in.
I wanted to note that it was hard to determine the order of what is run through in this months update. We have some significant updates to share.
The Numio DeFi Dashboard
First up is the DeFi Dashboard. We are officially open for Community Testing! We couldn’t be happier to move into the next phase of this build – the extended testing phase.
The Numio DeFi Dashboard introduces new UI modules, various new code libraries and new ways for you to interact with your own assets. From depositing to withdrawing, borrowing and lending. We are starting with Aave and will expand out from there.
The dev team has been polishing its UI and refining the underlining core functionality. Over the past few weeks we started closed internal testing and are now extending this out to you.
If you are interested in becoming a Numio Beta tester and would like early access to what we are building through test tracks on Google Play on Android or TestFlight on Apple iOS, sign up here.
Minting NFT’s on zkSync
Next up is a feature we are sure you will enjoy. Minting NFT’s right from your pocket on layer 2! Upload. Title. Mint. Simple as that. We have been working on this implementation using zkSyncs toolset API and are excited to bring another core feature which we make as native as possible to you.
Simply upload or snap a photo, add in some minimal but necessary metadata, and mint on zkSync with incredibly competitive network gas cost.
Minting NFT’s in Numio on zkSync will be available in our next app release.
Sending And Withdrawing
Sending and Withdrawing are pretty important functionalities when it comes to baseline features of a crypto wallet. We have now extended this functionality to not only allow the ability to select the wallet, but also the destination network!
Core UI Enhancements
Solving UI/UX pain points in web3 and wallets is something we have been laser focused on since day one. In our latest app release, we have revised some core UI which users interact with every time they open the app. Notifications, Transactions and Tokens.
Notifications are now grouped by date and will soon be able to open the full transaction receipt right from the notifications window.
Transactions are also now grouped by date for an easier to follow timeline.
Tokens are now tappable which produce a mini-menu to either purchase, swap or view market charts for that specific token.
As mentioned in our last update, you can now connect to your favorite dApp, directly within Numio! But we are currently waiting for approval into their official registry. Don’t worry! You can connect to your favorite external dApp within the Numio app by simply scanning a WalletConnect QR code.
Numio On The Move
Decent Labs hosted Tim Allard for a Builders Journey talk discussing his development journey . Check out the interview with Tim Allard and Decent on Spotify
Tim Allard is also at MCON in Denver, Colorado September 6th – 9th. If you see him in a Numio shirt, please stop by to say hello and get some sticker swag.
This week Numio will be at MCON!👀@TimAllard will be in attendance for the event. Come find the Numio team for stickers, and learn about what we are building, #L222! DM us to set up a meeting.— Numio (@GetNumio) September 7, 2022
Live from the opening event at #MCON with #Consensus and #Hedgey.👇 pic.twitter.com/5pthSpI9NI
Mark Anstead our Director of Business Development will be attending Devcon 2022 in Bogotá, Colombia! Please say hello and let us know if you want to meet up. We are excited to attend this event! Devcon was formed to educate and empower the community to build and use decentralized systems. It is a conference for builders of all kinds.
From The Blog
If you haven’t checked out our original crypto and blockchain content, we highly recommend you check it out! You can learn about everything from How to use Etherscan to learning about zkSnarks vs zkStarks.
This month, I wanted to highlight one on “The Merge” something which you might be hearing a lot about. Have a look here: Proof of What? Proof-of-Work, Proof of Stake, and the Ethereum Merge
Official Numio Changelog
Our Web3 wallet is evolving. We are listening to you and building in functionality we believe will be successful long term. Check out how we have evolved, and what you might be missing if you haven’t hit that update button yet.
- Select destination layer in Send/Withdraw flow
- Token mini menu UI dropdown when clicking a token through main dash
- Notifications and Transaction history UI updates
- Performance improvements
- Swap icon hotfix
- Stability and performance improvements
- Delete account functionality
- Swap hotfixes
View our full Numio wallet Change Log here.
We hope you enjoyed learning about the kick-off to our Community Testing for our DeFi Dashboard, getting a sneak peek to our NFT minting in Numio on zkSync, and our evolving UI/UX.
Please note that some features discussed in this article are potentially pending iOS or Android approval.
As a final alpha, keep on the lookout for something we are doing to keep things “open”.
If you haven’t already, check out our app and let us know what you think. We welcome any constructive feedback as it makes us better. Join us to bring the next million people into crypto & DeFi! Download Numio on Android or iOS and follow us on Twitter to get frequent updates about us.
Tim Allard, CTO, Numio