I checked out Waves multi currency wallet. It has a nice easy UI with a built in advanced low fee exchange (similar to Binance, coinbase pro, etc.), and has Visa/Mastercard support. Waves is marketed as a Proof of Stake platform coin which pays developers to develop apps and tokens on.
However. As a user, I found it Cumbersome that every transaction requires 0.0001 wave coin. My first experience was transacting/exchanging Ethereum. Each transaction cost me Ethereum and Waves. I thought that was a major pain in the neck if I don’t have any Waves. However, It does make sense considering I’m working on their exchange, and using their network and wallet.
Speed!!! Waves is REALLY fast compared to most other currencies. Almost as fast as Stellar which is blink of an eye speed.
All in all, Waves has a really easy to use platform (if you have Waves in their wallet) with REALLY fast transaction speeds.
It is set apart with a lot of the other POS coins out their because of it’s multi-currency wallet and exchange that handles BTC, ETH, LTC, DASH, Monero, BCH, and ZCash.
I’m really interested with where Waves is going since (right now) it works a lot like a tokenized Coinbase without the excessive fees attached to it.
UPDATE: Giving props to @Coco-Crypto I dug further into the Node and Leasing programs. I found it incredibly easy to create your own token!! YES. Me, the non programmer can actually and easily create your own token on the Waves platform. I created BUCK, and Electrofryed. lol. Myself and a friend sent a few million BUCKs back and forth to test the platform and we were transacting in speeds of 2sec or less. Both BUCK and Electrofryed shown up on the Waves DEX and had a Waves trading pair. Of course with only two people using it, it was pretty worthless, but for a non programmer to learn and actually be comfortable taking part of the crypto space was an amazing feeling. Plus, I might try to do airdrops and maybe try to find some marketing and/or web designers to see if BUCKS can be usable. I’m still working with the leasing program, but now I’m kind of excited to use this really easy platform.
WHAT DO YOU THINK??