QLC Chain has released an update to its WinQ mobile application for Android devices. QLC Chain is a decentralized Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) platform that aims to provide Wi-Fi and virtual private network (VPN) access.
The application can be downloaded from the below link:
There were a number of new features added to the application aimed at making it more accessible to novice users. Users can now connect to a VPN server three times for free before establishing a WinQ wallet. This change was made to make the app more intuitive as it involves only choosing a username and password with no public or private keys required.
The app’s VPN page was also changed. There is now a drop-down menu containing the most popular server location settings such as the United States, United Kingdom, Singapore and others. Furthermore, the page was overhauled to assist the user’s decision-making process. The page now shows the number of successful connections each VPN has had, and a simple toggle button to establish a connection.
QLC Chain has stated that it will be migrating WinQ from the NEO TestNet onto the NEO MainNet soon.
More information on QLC Chain can be found at the links below.
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