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Trust Wallet Launches Browser Extension, Secures New Integrations

Trust Wallet launches new features, secures integrations

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Author: Lesia Dubenko

Date: 22 November 2022

Category: News

Trust Wallet, a non-custodial wallet that supports 65 blockchains and over 4.5M assets, is expanding.

On Nov. 14th, the company launched its browser extension, tweeting, “Yep, it's finally here! After 8,000+ requests per day (give or take) and months of #BUIDLing, #TrustWallet is proud to launch our BROWSER EXTENSION! You can now take FULL control of your #crypto on mobile & PC!💙#TrustWalletExtension Let's go #TWT fam👇.”

The new extension allows users to store, send and receive cryptocurrency across all Ethereum Virtual Machine chains and Solana. Thanks to the built-in auto-detect function, the users don’t need to manually add networks.

The extension also features multi-wallet support, NFT support, fiat on-ramp providers, non-EVM blockchain integrations, and hardware wallet support. 

Continuing to grow, Trust Wallet also struck several major partnerships with services such as Coinbase Pay and Binance Pay, enabling users to transfer their funds directly to a Trust Wallet account.

The #TrustWalletExtension, Binance Pay & #Coinbase Pay all in one week.... and we're not finished yet

– the company tweeted as a result.

Commenting on the Coinbase Pay integration, Group Product Manager at Coinbase Bipul Sinha said that the users’ ability to easily fund their self-custody wallet or DApps corresponds with the company's mission to "build a bridge to Web3."

Thanks to the latest expansion, the Trust Wallet Token (TWT) has managed to outperform other coins in the bearish crypto market caused by the collapse of the FTX that Gagarin News extensively covered

In the past seven days, TWT price has significantly surged, going from $1.18 on Nov.11 to $2.22 on Nov.18 press-time. 

Previously Gagarin News analyzed whether Trust Wallet can lure customers that are using the Metamask wallet. 

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