Ethereum-based mobile app and Dapp browser, Trust Wallet app, has added support for more cryptocurrencies. The multicoin wallet has added its support for Wanchain (WAN) and VeChain (VET). Furthermore, VeChain has also become Trust’s first staking coin.
The official Twitter handle of Trust Wallet made this announcement via a tweet. “Trust’s multicoin wallet adds support for $VET $VHTO $WAN. Excited to welcome Vechain as the first staking coin on Trust! @vechainofficial and @wanchain_org great working with you guys.”
In an official blog post, Wanchain posted the announcement, also stating this. “Wanchain is a blockchain ecosystem that enables the exchange of digital assets between blockchains with privacy protection and cross-chain smart contracts. The Wanchain infrastructure simplifies the creation of distributed financial applications for individuals and organizations to access financial services such as loans, asset exchange, multi-asset ICOs, and other asset management capabilities.”
About the Trust Wallet
Trust Wallet is a safe, secure, multiple digital asset wallet which is Ethereum and ERC20 based. Furthermore, it aims to make the accessibility of digital assets such as cryptocurrencies easy for everyone. Binance, the most renowned cryptocurrency exchange, acquired Trust Wallet, on July 31 of this year.
Trust Wallet will an overall enhanced user experience in services, along with quality grade security to its users. It offers full compatibility for tokens such ERC20, ERC223 and ERC721 on the Ethereum network. Furthermore, to ensure the trust of the user, the company has made the code of the wallet open source. Also, the code is audited by esteemed and knowledgeable security experts.
Thus, Trust Wallet provides a safe, secure experience at cross-chain payments. By collaboration with Kyber networks, it has also made the exchanges anonymous and decentralized. So now the transactions ensure privacy is not violated and simultaneously is fast.
Trust Wallet now supports Ethereum (ETH), Callisto (CLO), Ethereum Classic (ETC), GoChain (GO), POA Network (POA), Wanchain (WAN) and VeChain (VET).
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