Uniswap Labs has announced plans to launch a brand new self-custodial cell pockets that may supply customers the flexibility to swap on L1 or L2 networks with out having to change networks.

In line with Uniswap Labs, the pockets will enable customers to test value charts and seek for any token throughout numerous networks, together with Ethereum, Polygon, Arbitrum, and Optimism. To make sure most safety, Uniswap Labs labored with Path of Bits for the audit of the pockets. Moreover, the seed phrases and personal keys of each imported and newly created wallets will probably be encrypted and saved on gadgets utilizing Apple’s safe enclave, which is excluded from machine backups. Uniswap additionally shared that customers will be capable to manually retailer their seed phrases with a paper copy or encrypt and retailer it on Apple iCloud.

Regardless of having its first construct authorised in October, Uniswap Labs has confronted points with Apple’s App Retailer concerning its cell pockets. Though different self-custody swapping wallets have been authorised, the ultimate construct of Uniswap’s cell pockets was rejected by Apple only a few days earlier than its deliberate December launch. 

Uniswap Labs shared that it responded to Apple’s considerations, answered all their questions, and reiterated that it was compliant with their tips. Nonetheless, Apple has nonetheless not greenlit the launch, and Uniswap Labs stays in limbo. Consequently, Uniswap Labs is providing early entry to a couple thousand Testflight customers whereas ready for Apple to approve the launch. 

Uniswap famous in its announcement: 

Apple will not green-light our launch and we do not know why. We’re caught in limbo.

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On Feb 6, Cointelegraph reported that members of the Uniswap community voted in favor of deploying Uniswap v3 on Boba Network’s layer-2 protocol on Ethereum, which implies that the Boba Community would be the sixth chain to deploy Uniswap v3. The transfer was backed by a number of entities, reminiscent of GFX Labs, Blockchain at Michigan, Gauntlet and ConsenSys.