Poliwallet Mobile Apps
Poliwallet is a P2P wallet that enables users to mint, display, and do transactions of their NFTs directly from the wallet.
Poliwallet is developed for Schelling Point 2022 hackathon, and it took 3 weeks from ideation, design, and development.
With the rising fame of 2 NFT marketplaces: OpenSea and Rarible, there are plenty of users that are actually new to crypto. However, the complexity of the user flow often becomes a challenge for them.
- For mobile users, they need to have a separate wallet to be able to do transactions in the marketplace, which is only accessible in the browser. The marketplace’s app is only available to browse only.
- To do a transaction, users need to go back and forth from wallet to browser.
- They need to access OpenSea and Rarible separately because they are two different marketplaces.
Fluence provides the infrastructure and tools to enable decentralized compute for applications and backends on peer-to-peer networks. This enables us to build a P2P wallet and fetch listing from different marketplaces in the wallet, and let users do transactions directly in their wallet.
Users can browse, transact, save, send, and receive the assets directly in one application only.
- What features can be done?
- What can be fetched from the marketplace?
- What user wants to see in the wallet?
We narrowed them down first before start creating the information architecture.
Challenge & process
With features that have never existed on another wallet, it’s a challenge for us to map the flow and the information architecture. After a lot of discussions, wireframing, and revisions, we finally finalize our wallet’s flow.
The wallet will have 3 pages on the main navigation, which is divided by NFT wallet, Marketplace, and Coin wallet.
The NFT wallet will display the assets based on two purposes: NFT for collectibles, and NFT for utilities. And directly from the list, they can choose to send it or sell it from their wallet to the marketplace.
Name, Logo, & Wireframe
We decided to use “water” as our concept. From there, we brainstormed and create options for the name. We voted and the choosen name goes to Poliwallet, which comes from Poliwag, the water pokemon.
And while the brand is being developed, I created the wireframes which go around 3 iterations. The cool thing is — the team is never met once, even with a video call. We only discussed and gather feedback by discord, but everything still going well.
Design & Prototype
So.. what you can do with Poliwallet?