Improving the usability of secure information storing within blockchain applications
Abstract: Today's blockchain applications have been inherently created by and for users who understand the blockchain technology. To improve mass adoption of blockchain solutions, the user experience must improve, and the attention must move to users not familiar with the underlying technology. This dissertation starts with reviewing the main concepts of blockchain technology and examining the UX of different Ethereum wallets with the aim to deliver a more user-friendly wallet based on user feedback. It then delivers a wallet design that enables even the most non-technical users to securely and safely use a cryptocurrency wallet with a decreased risk of content loss. The developed solution is then compared to the existing main stream token wallets.
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