It’s time to once again push the limits of what you can do with the bitcoin in your Liquality Wallet.
No, this is not an April Fool's joke.
To date, users have been able to receive, hold, send, and atomic swap bitcoin since the Liquality Wallet first came out.
So what’s new?
Well, if you’ve ever wanted a native, in-browser Bitcoin experience, it’s finally here!
The Bitcoin Injection feature gives Liquality Wallet users the most convenient way to transact with apps and merchants in BTC. Download the wallet and get started today.
You no longer need to pull out your phone to scan QR codes, or copy and paste addresses and amounts. Your Liquality Wallet will fill out all the details for you - all you need to do is click “Confirm”.
If you’re a merchant looking to improve your checkout conversions with Liquality Wallet users, you can simply utilize the BIP 21 URI standard. By doing so, you’ll be ready to easily serve the existing 4,000/+ Liquality Wallet users. And by the way, BTCPayServer and OpenNode payment processors are already compatible with Liquality!
Finally, if you’re a developer, you now have the ability to create rich Bitcoin applications that can interact with the Liquality Wallet in ways no other Bitcoin wallet can handle, like signing messages and custom transactions. Check out our playground of test use-cases and read the docs to get started.
How exactly does Bitcoin Injection work?
The Liquality Wallet extension injects a global API into websites visited by our users at window.bitcoin. This API allows websites to request users' Bitcoin addresses, read data from the Bitcoin blockchain, and suggest that the user sign messages and transactions. Of course, in order for a website to access this information, a user must give permission first.
Which features would you like to see next? Lightning? Liquid? Let us know what you'd like to see in the Liquality Wallet in this 1 minute feedback form by Tuesday April 6 at 23:59 UTC and you'll have a chance to win $100 in BTC! We'll be emailing the winner Wednesday April 7th.
You can read more about this in our blog post.