Trust Wallet Extension is available on Google Chrome, Opera, and Brave.
Trust Wallet, a diverse non-custodial cryptocurrency wallet, has launched its browser extension for desktop.
According to the press release shared on November 14th, the extension is available on browsers such as Chrome, Brave & Opera.
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The new extension allows customers to store, send, and receive cryptocurrency through all EVM chains, such as Ethereum, BNB Chain, Polygon, Avalanche, and Solana.
The Trust Wallet Extension offers an improved multi-chain user experience. Moreover, the extension provides NFT support, non-EVM blockchain integrations, multi-wallet support, fiat on-ramp providers, and hardware wallet support.
When commenting on the launch, Trust Wallet CEO, Eowyn Chen, noted:
Our users' number 1 request is the Browser extension and they want one with the same good user experience as the Trust Wallet mobile app and the multi-chain coverage. We build for users to empower them whichever device they prefer, to continue to access the exciting dApps on different chains.
On top of that, on November 16th, Binance announced that it integrated Binance Pay to Trust Wallet. The newest integration “simplifies the process of moving crypto between the two services.”
In its announcement, Binance noted that previously users would have to switch between apps to select networks and check addresses. The new integration eliminated the need to scan a QR code or put in the wallet's address.
Binance highlighted that it will not take any fees for transferring the funds. At the time of writing, the function is available only to Trust Wallet's Android version.
It is worth noting that users can do the same through Coinbase Pay. Coinbase Group Product Manager, Bipul Sinha, noted that allowing users to effortlessly fund their self-custody or dApps is one of Coinbase’s goals.