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UXLink Telegram Integration and OKX Wallet Partnership Aim to Make Web3 More Accessible

UXLink, a real Web3 social hub and live social infrastructure-focused firm, has officially introduced a range of new features to support the management of Web3 assets. Through this move, the company hopes to provide up to 2.5 million users with a more unified and convenient platform for analysing and managing their Web3 assets. 

The UXLink feature launch comes alongside the integration of various multi-chain wallets, as it ultimately looks to improve user experience. UXLink now offers a detailed profile of users’ assets, making it easier to keep track of and manage digital holdings.

In a strategic move, UXLink has also integrated with Telegram, in a move that enables users to manage their assets directly through their Telegram accounts. This integration opens up a vast range of Web3 products and services to Telegram’s existing user base of 800 million monthly active users.

UXLink explained that it is quickly becoming the preferred platform for Telegram users to explore and engage with the Web3 ecosystem.

Adding to its list of achievements, UXLink is also set to collaborate with crypto and Web3 wallet OKX Wallet, as the organisations look to better educate Web2 users about Web3 services. This partnership will focus on vital areas such as wallet usage and the management of personal Web3 assets.

This initiative underscores UXLink’s commitment to enhancing the Web3 experience for users and demonstrates its dedication to the widespread adoption of decentralised applications and blockchain technology.

As UXLink launches its new features and partners with OKX Wallet, it hopes to make progress in ‘demystifying’ the world of Web3; making it more accessible to a larger audience. As UXLink continues to innovate and lead the way in the Web3 space, it also remains committed to empowering users with the tools and knowledge they need to navigate the evolving landscape of digital assets.


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