The 2017 Roadmap for PoSWallet

Just came across the PoSwallet roadmap for 2017. These guys are accomplishing big things. If this is your first time hearing about PoSWallet, it is an online group cryptocurrency staking wallet. Basically users pool together their proof of stake cryptocurrencies and PoSWallet stakes them in a group wallet and distributes the staking rewards to the members for participating. This is a really great way to stake multiple cryptocurrencies without tying up tons of system resources. Now instead of running a wallet for each POS (proof of stake) coin you have, you can just hodl them in your PoSwallet account and still enjoy the earnings. They currently host wallets for close to 100 different proof of stake coins.

I’ve been following this site pretty much from the beginning. I’ve watched it’s user base and platform both grow considerably. Their most recent upgrade is an on site cryptocurrency exchange for trading. Now you don’t even have to transfer your coins to an exchange, and you can trade them right on the site. I came across their roadmap for 2017, and I have to say it looks pretty impressive.

Dev roadmap for 2017 PoSW

PoSWallet roadmap for 2017

These guys are accomplishing big things, not to mention best ICO offer I ever bought into! If you’re interested in learning more about this project, you can check out these two interviews I did with the lead dev awhile back. The first link is about the PoSWallet coin, and the second one is about the staking wallet. This has been a really fun and interesting project to follow:

The Dood Interviews The Lead Dev Of POSwallet!

Interview With PoSW coin.

Interested in opening a free staking wallet, here’s a referral:

https://poswallet.com/sign-up.php?referral=TheDood

4 thoughts on “The 2017 Roadmap for PoSWallet

  1. Chesatochi

    Hey Dood,

    First time I heard about Poswallet, what is your personal experience with the service? The problem I see is not recommended to leave your fund if you don’t control your private key.

    Best Regards,

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    1. The-Dood Post author

      I couldn’t agree with you more about the private key issue. If you don’t own the private key,technically you don’t own the cryptocurrency. It’s not advice, and I’m certainly not vouching for anyone, but I’ve interviewed the lead dev twice and he seems like a decent enough guy. I have asked a couple other people about them and have heard nothing but positive things. For the most part they seem legit. I’ve said it in previous posts, I certainly wouldn’t stake my life savings over there, or in crypto for that matter LOL. I don’t really see any harm with putting a small portion of a portfolio on there. My general rule of thumb is 25% or less of a coin your holding. Again, not advice, just what I’m doing. I also leave my “free” coins there when I get a “double up” on the exchanges and sell half. If anything were to happen, I’d be a little pissed off, but for the most part I could have an “oh well” attitude about the whole thing.

      The general rule of crypto trading is never invest more than you can afford to lose. I think that goes for this as well. With that said, I’ve had nothing but a positive experience so far, but we’ve all seen a lot of exchanges come and go.

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        1. The-Dood Post author

          Sorry for the late reply! Cool, let me know what you think about it. I absolutely love it, but would love to hear your comments good or bad.

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