Upgraded Experience: Shiba Inu Wallet Fresh Update Now Available
Tangem, a crypto wallet provider close to Shiba Inu (SHIB), is rolling out a new update to make portfolio management more accessible.
Cryptocurrency wallet company Tangem is rolling out an update for its widely used application, Tangem Wallet. The new update will make it easier for users to sort their assets manually based on balances, networks, or any pattern they prefer.
The Swiss-based company took to X to announce the upcoming update expected as soon as October. The release video notably features Shiba Inu (SHIB), Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), and Polygon (MATIC), showing how users can reorder their portfolio assets for an improved experience.
Tired of a messy crypto portfolio? We’ve got you covered. In October, you will be able to sort your tokens in any order that suits you best.
Sort by balance or manually, and also group by network.
Tailor your portfolio to your unique style. Your crypto, Your way! pic.twitter.com/LYbbLoDX1W
— Tangem (@Tangem) September 15, 2023
The latest update comes as Tangem has witnessed a significant uptick in its user base. This month, the company revealed that its customers have grown by 738% in the past year following several partnerships.
Tangem and Shiba Inu
The choice of Shiba Inu as a featured asset for Tangem’s upcoming wallet update is not entirely surprising. Back in May, the Shiba Inu ecosystem entered into a partnership with the wallet maker, leading to the release of a batch of SHIB-themed hardware wallets in July.
The customized card-shaped wallet can store SHIB alongside 6,000 other cryptocurrencies and gained traction with 5,000 devices sold in the first batch. In August, the wallet provider also announced the release of a fresh collection of SHIB wallets that could include a Shibarium integration. Tangem had also given away 10 SHIB wallets as part of its initial partnership to build close ties with the SHIB community.
Meanwhile, Tangem is linked to another major crypto player, Ripple, albeit through another entity. SBI Holdings, Ripple’s biggest Japanese partner, invested $15 million into Tangem’s wallet business back in 2019.