BitSquare, the decentralized bitcoin exchange has been making some good progress with its bitcoin wallet. The company released the beta preview of its upcoming Bitcoin wallet. The version 0.4.0 is currently available on GitHub. For starters, the latest version is not compatible with the versions released before 0.3.6. So those who have been running the previous versions of the wallet will have to uninstall them before installing the recent release.
The latest BitSquare beta wallet is available for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux operating systems. In the newest release, the company has included support for funding multiple offers and trades, so that the user can differentiate between different trades in order to ensure better privacy. The application will also include a screen to deposit funds and locked funds. In addition, the exchange rates will be always readily accessible.
BitSquare, on the other hand, has also increased trade limits. The bank transfers have been raised to 0.5 BTC whereas, though other payment processors, it has been jumped to 0.75 BTC. However, if users on the beta version of the wallet intend to pay with altcoin or use OKPay, they will find the limit increased to 1 BTC. Other changes include reduced trade transaction