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Ethereum on Saito Multi-Wallet



Saito’s Multi-Wallet is the client interface to facilitate free or massively discounted native crypto transfers, with zero-fee ETH support coming online with the official release this Friday.

Crypto support on the Saito Multi-Wallet, what we’ve been referring to internally as ‘Web3 Crypto,’ is a keystone service Saito Nodes can offer to users. The Saito Wallet experience is so simple and so premium that it feels like Web2, while offering users foundational benefits of real Web3.

Ethereum transfers are feeless and near-instant to reflect the UX of other Saito dApps. Quick and free transfers of ETH come alongside improvements to the wagering system in Saito Arcade Games, which make betting with your opponents seamless.

Regular users will also notice our new and improved key-backup system allowing them to save keys locally or, when paired with a strong password, online – linked to their Web3 account.

Gaming with Crypto

All P2P games on Saito now support wagers with any crypto installed in the wallet. The Ethereum and Saito community can enjoy a true P2P experience playing games like Poker and Settlers for real crypto.

Payments quickly and automatically settle between rounds of play, even between multiple players, fee-free on Saito. Playing P2P games with crypto is a smooth and fun experience that is completely unique to Saito – to get this usability elsewhere, you have to use custodial, Web2 services!

Use it

Holders of native Ethereum are invited, after release, to send some to their Ethereum Wallet on Saito. Transfers within the network are quick and completely free. You can easily send to your contacts, to Red Square users, or wager ETH tokens against other players in the arcade. Here’s a tutorial for after release.

How Web3 Should Work

The Saito Multi-Wallet represents the experience we believe Web3 users deserve: safe, fast, easy and cheap (in this case, free!). Nodes attract users with the service they offer, and more fundamental to Saito design, nodes can decide exactly how their wallet services function.

Third-party networks offering other settlement systems, be they L1s, L2s, are invited to Web3 on Saito. Saito incentives can make offering such services lucrative to nodes providing them. Rather than privatizing transaction networks, nodes can keep them open, decentralized and profitable on Saito.

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