The first step after deciding to build a blockchain cryptocurrency wallet, is to understand how much a project will cost, how long it will take to develop, and to answer other important questions. To answer these questions, we need to assess the project and make an approximate work plan. This is done by our project manager, whose responsibilities include coordinating the team's work and communicating with the customer.
During this stage of development, we define the key requirements for the final product. To successfully create a blockchain wallet for cryptocurrency, it is necessary to build schemes of interaction of the average user with the interface, offer options for achieving the concept, and create a basic scheme of user interest.
Our development team creates the user interface design (UI/UX) from scratch. First, the UI/UX framework and wireframes are created and handed over to the customer; after the customer's approval, the visual design is created with all user scenarios considered: prototype, graphic elements, map and screen switching scheme, etc.
After the terms of reference are drafted, the project is evaluated, and the design with a prototype is made, programmers start writing code. The logic of the application is combined with the server part and cryptocurrency blockchains. Design sketches are also implemented in the code – UI elements and interface styles are prescribed.
When part of the wallet's functionality is implemented in the code, its testing begins. Specialists check the application, considering all possible scenarios of its use, to identify flaws, errors, and bugs. All of them are entered into a special “bug list”, which is sent to the developers for fixing.
After testing and tweaking is completed, analysts, testers, designers, marketers, developers, and the customer must give the go-ahead to complete the project and release it. The wallet can be added to the marketplace listings by either the developer or the customer.