Lightswap Filtering UI

The colour green has long been correlated with the idea of wealth and money. When paper notes were introduced in 1929, the U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing opted to use green ink because the colour was relatively high in its resistance to chemical and physical changes, which meant long-lasting dye. We selected green as the primary colour for Lightswap's brand as a throwback to the traditional system of fiat currency, creating a bridge between the old world and the new.

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