Trust Wallet, the leading self-custodial and multi-chain wallet provider has announced the launch of its brand new browser extension wallet. Supporting all EVM chains, as well as Solana, it is available for use on browsers like Chrome, Brave & Opera.
The browser extension complements Trust Wallet’s mobile wallet, which is the world’s leading mobile crypto wallet with 60 million downloads and over 10 million monthly active users globally. Both versions of Trust Wallet deliver enhanced web3 accessibility, and offer a more seamless wallet experience for both desktop and mobile environments.
Trust Wallet’s browser extension enables users to manage and securely store, send, and receive over 8 million tokens across all EVM chains and Solana. This includes Ethereum, BNB Chain, Polygon and Avalanche with the ability to custom add other EVM chains. More non-EVMs will be added in the upcoming months and will be announced in due course.
Additionally, Trust Wallet Extension improves the extension wallet’s multi-chain user experience. Network auto-detect allows for seamless dApp experience without the need of manually adding networks.
8 Million tokens are available out of the box, which alleviates the need to manually add tokens and thus improves asset trackability. With all these benefits combined, the browser extension provides an optimized dApp experience for users to effectively discover things beyond centralized exchanges (CEXs), like Web3 gaming, metaverse, DeFi, tokens not found on CEX and more.
CEO of Trust Wallet Eowyn Chen, stated, “Our users’ number 1 request is the Browser extension and they want one with the same good user experience and multi-chain coverage as the Trust Wallet mobile app. We build for users to empower them whichever device they prefer, to continue to access the exciting dApps on different chains. This is our initial step, and we will listen to users and developers’ feedback to improve.”
Features that already exist on Trust Wallet’s mobile app like multi-wallet support, NFT support, fiat on ramp providers, and non-EVM blockchain integrations will be added to the browser extension to bring more parity between the desktop and the mobile version. However, there are unique features that will be launched on extension first like hardware wallet support.