Aphelion has upgraded its platform to v3.2.2, and released information pertaining to the integration of its decentralized exchange (DEX) into its mobile application, and cross-chain trading.

Aphelion DEX v3.2.2

The updated version of the DEX desktop application came with multiple fixes. First, Aphelion has eliminated the switching network while NEO and GAS system asset withdrawals are underway. Additionally, its DEX chart was improved to load more historical data, and tokens will now automatically be added to a wallet asset when a user purchases a token.

With regards to UI, the market selector was updated to display market volume in native currencies, the width of its scroll bar increased, and markets can now be sorted using first 10 by volume with the remaining listed in alphabetical order.

Pertaining to UX, the toString not defined error when normalizing recent transactions was fixed, and UX improvements to buy or sell order selection types were made.

Lastly, the RPC network load required for checking if a withdraw is in process was reduced, money formatting has switched to use 4 decimal precision when the value is less than one and non-zero, and the websocket issue was fixed to ensure the DEX won’t erroneously think it can’t reach the trading server.

Cross-chain trading functionality

Aphelion has stated it will strive to offer cross-chain trading in Quarter 1 of 2019. To best provide its direction, the development team has polled the community as to which blockchains they’d like to see cross-chain implementation first.

The following options are available for the vote: Ontology, NEM, Ripple, Stellar, Waves, Aphelion starts its own chain, Ethereum, EOS, Bitcoin, or Other.

Users can cast their vote at the following link:


Next steps

Aphelion will aim to integrate its DEX functionality into its iOS and Android wallets, as well as its web wallet.

The following are also noted as priorities: the loading of all NEP-5 markets, the optimization of fee and distribution economics, API documentation and bot trading, a desktop web wallet/DEX, and potential integration with O3 Labs product offerings.