Trust Wallet Adds Custom EVM- Compatibility Access on Mobile App

Trust Wallet’s latest update gives users even more access to an already massive list of blockchains.

Trust Wallet App Links to All EVM Networks

Trust Wallet has opened the door to more networks than ever by adding the ability to link with any EVM-compatible network through the mobile app.

The Trust Wallet update––writes Joana.TrustWallet, in the Dec. 19 Trust Wallet blog–– seeks to improve the user experience and give users “more freedom to connect and interact” with more blockchains and networks.

Trust Wallet, already connected to over seventy blockchains, can now integrate with the myriad Ethereum Virtual Machine compatible networks through an intuitive onboarding popup screen. Users can access the world of decentralized applications (Dapps) to all these networks plus store, send, and receive coins and tokens across them all.

“For example, suppose you wanted to add Moonbeam which is an Ethereum-compatible smart contract parachain on Polkadot. Using this feature, you can simply add support for the Moonbeam network directly in your Trust Wallet app,”Joana.TrustWallet writes. “This will enable you to send and receive the Moonbeam token and interact with dApps on the Moonbeam network. You can do this for any other EVM compatible networks.”

The latest Trust Wallet update is available on Google Play, iOS App Store, and website browser.

What Is Trust Wallet:

Trust Wallet is a crypto application and wallet that allows access without registration. It is a decentralized wallet that gives users secure and exclusive control of their funds. Users’ personal information and data are not stored, which forms another layer of protection. The product’s aims are described as being vested in making cryptocurrencies easily accessible on a global scale.

Trust Wallet allows users easy access to Decentralized Exchanges (DEX) like UniSwap, PancakeSwap, and ApeSwap, among others. Users can download the application on iOS, Android, and Google Play and begin using it easily.

Where to find Trust Wallet:

Website | Twitter | GitHub | Telegram

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