A reference implementation is concrete and functioning code that proves that a concept can work. Our reference wallet aims to prove that Zcash shielded transactions can work on mobile devices with limited resources, now that the Sapling network upgrade is live. From the last design post, we know the main goal of the reference wallet is to increase adoption of Zcash and promote the use of shielded addresses. This blog post digs deeper into our UX considerations and provides an overview of our design decisions and rationale.
Our hope is to create a standard of UX patterns for other Zcash wallets to use in their implementations for consistency. We aim to reduce friction for using Zcash and create faster and smoother transactions, while allowing more users to understand the underlying technology. We also want to help the entire cryptosphere solve the common problems that all wallets have to deal with....
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