In a press release dated November 14, 2022, Trust Wallet announced the release of a brand-new website personal crypto-address add-on that allows its clients to store and trade most of the popular crypto-related assets.
Benefits of the new wallet
The self-managed multichain wallet provider Trust Wallet has introduced a crypto trading address add-on for websites. It is a supplement to the mobile wallet Trust Wallet, claims the report. With more than sixty million new set-ups and over ten million clients each month, Trust Wallet is one of the most well-liked cryptocurrency wallets right now.
According to the company, adding new extensions will hasten Web3’s development and the release of its features. Additionally, users will have an improved usage with both computer and phone variants of new products and current mobile wallets.
The Chief executive officer of Trust Wallet E. Chen stated that the primary purpose was to enhance the user experience. Users of multi-chain products are going to enjoy a seamless user experience thanks to the Trust Wallet extension. To ease the dApp’s operation when many tokens can be appended by the system itself -soon the automatic network discovery will be added.
Additionally, this function enables clients to search outside the centered trading system and find new products like Web-3 gaming apps, Metaverse, De-Fi, and coins that are not listed on CEX. Users will be able to store and exchange more than 8 million tokens using this new product on all crypto-related chains.
Popularity of Trust Wallet
Additionally, a client function exists that lets the client include additional EVM chains. Additional non-EVMs will soon be available in Trust Wallet. The computer add-on also backs up functions found in current mobile apps, including trading, venturing, and NFT keeping.
As for the Trust Wallet, the desktop extension will add more features that are common to mobile wallets, like interoperability with non-EVM blockchains. Additionally, the extension will include unique functions like computer-based addresses support. With Chrome, Brave, Opera, and other browsers, the Trust Wallet desktop extension is compatible.
According to Coingecko data, the native token of Trust Wallet has increased by forty-seven percent over the last days. Many people think that this sudden increase was caused by Binance Chief executive officer CZ’s remarks regarding the value of self-custody, which effectively encouraged clients to trust these wallets.