Introduction of Go Pocket Part II — User-Friendly Design

The diversity and rapid evolution of the DeFi ecosystem have increased the threshold for DeFi newcomers. To deal with this, Go Pocket improves user-friendliness of crypto wallet mainly from two aspects:

• Supporting native cross-chain transactions

• One-Stop Dapp Integration

Supporting Native Cross-Chain transactions

The cross-chain asset transaction is cumbersome when it comes to the operation in a crypto wallet, in other words, the asset liquidity on different chains is separated.

Thus Go Pocket V 1.0 has developed a native cross-chain transaction function to support transactions of assets on different chains.

Users can easily transfer for example ETH from Ethereum to Polygon by clicking the built-in “Migrate” button on the asset page, instead of jumping into cross-chain bridge application and jumping out to the asset page again.

After choosing a gas fee option, users can confirm the operation, then it takes 7 to 8 minutes for the token to be successfully migrated. The whole operation process is simplified to the greatest extent, especially for new users, though the transaction pending process takes a bit of time.

One-Stop Dapp Integration

Go Pocket lists and categories Dapps on different chains.

Users can access Dapps on Ethereum, BSC and Polygon on Go Pocket beta version when browsing the DeFi aggregation page (more Dapps on different public chains will be added on Go Pocket V 2.0), and the Dapp categories include DEX, lending, derivatives, assets management, margin trading, yield aggregators, etc.

In addition to the aggregator function, Go Pocket is also designed to bridge the gap between DeFi assets and Dapps (a further function for Go Pocket V2.0). The relative Dapp utilization possibilities will be listed when users scroll down on the asset details page. This function is aiming to lower the learning cost and investment threshold for DeFi users and general investors.

How both functions can help to improve user-friendliness of a crypto wallet?

Let’s say you have Matic, the native token of Polygon, on Ethereum. After learnt that more playable and high-yield applications have been deployed on the Polygon ecosystem with lower gas fees, you have decided to invest in Matic for more profit.

To do this, you have to take time to find a right cross-chain bridge to migrate your asset on polygon, and afterwards research on your own of Matic investment possibilities. There will be a trial and error process for both steps with a cost if DeFi newcomers have not done enough research.

While using Go Pocket, users can easily click into the asset detail page and migrate Matic from Ethereum to Polygon through the native cross-chain transaction process.

After confirming the successful transfer, check the asset details again and you will find the relative Dapps guidance when scrolling down, just like you can use Quickswap to swap tokens, EasyFi for lending, Polymarket to bet on real world events, etc. After reading the guidance, users can switch to the Dapp they would like to try by only one click.

Isn’t it handy? Simplify the connection between users’ assets and Dapps is one of Go Pocket’s main mission.

Go Pocket wallet provides overall, real-time and scenario-based security service and is born to be the security defender for the web3 world.