Who is developing the Fearless Wallet?
Mobile apps are developed by SORAMITSU
, used to be supported by Kusama Treasury. SORAMITSU is a Japanese technology company delivering blockchain-based solutions for enterprises, universities, and governments. From the creation of domestic and cross-border payment systems, to the development of a completely decentralized autonomous economy, SORAMITSU's projects and use case studies represent the next-generation of fintech.
Sounds awesome! How can I contribute?
We are conducting public Sprint Reviews every 2-3 weeks on which we present the results and discuss upcoming features with the Kusama Council. We are also collecting feedback and adding all feature requests to the backlog, so feel free to help us with implementation ("Under consideration" column): soramitsucoltd.aha.io/shared/...
What is the Kusama network?
Kusama is a scalable network of specialized blockchains built using Substrate and nearly the same codebase as Polkadot.
Does that mean Kusama is a testnet for Polkadot?
No. This is a popular misconception. Kusama is not Polkadot's testnet, but a "canary" network, and you can find more information about it on the web-site: kusama.network
Where is the source code for the Fearless Wallet?
Will the Fearless Wallet support tokenname?
We are planning to integrate the Fearless Wallet with Polkaswap — a DEX in the Polkadot and Kusama networks, built on top of SORA. Learn more here: SORA
What features of Fearless Wallet are currently available?
The latest version including Staking, Analytics, Crowdloans, Account Management, Wallet, App Settings, Extrinsic Support, Multi-network and Multi-asset support is available now. Polkaswap and governance will come in 2022.
What is the minimum amount I can contribute to a Crowdloan?
The minimum amounts are set at 5 DOT for the Polkadot crowdloans and 0.1 KSM for Kusama crowdloans. Some teams may also choose to set their own minimum contribution required for receiving rewards. Setting a maximum contribution amount allows teams to place a cap on the rewards that they are willing to offer crowdloan contributors, and may differ from the hard cap set by either Polkadot or Kusama on the blockchain.
When will I get the contributed $DOT/$KSM back from the Crowdloan?
If the project you contributed to wins, your DOT/KSM will be locked for up to 24 months/48 weeks respectively (please confirm the slot duration with the project specifically, as they will be the ones to define the duration). If the contributed project loses, your DOT / KSM will be returned at the end of the next era after the auction batch has ended.
What is staking?
Staking is locking your tokens in the network in order to generate new blocks. Using Fearless Wallet makes the process much simpler, with all the required information presented in a clear and intuitive manner for you to begin staking fearlessly.
How do I import/export a wallet?