Trust Wallet

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Trust Wallet is an application that supports Ethereum, ERC20 and ERC223 tokens. Tokens on the Ethereum blockchain can be exchanged for other digital currencies, and the ERC20 standard allows users to interact with other Dapps applications that support the same standard. The app supports about 30,000 tokens.

About Trust Wallet[edit]

Access to the Trust wallet is stored on the device, so all information is isolated from the Internet, developers and third parties. Users can log in using a code-password, Face ID or Touch ID.

The developers believe that the application is quite easy to use. The interface works intuitively, it is fast and easy to understand. When tokens are transferred from one wallet to another, they are automatically displayed after the transaction is completed. If the user buys tokens during the ICO, they can be added through manual search.

Trust Wallet is somehow similar to Metamask, but it is safer and has advanced features. The Trust wallet is similar to an ecosystem that allows the user to exchange assets without leaving the application.

The source code is available on GitHub. Anyone can explore the app, conduct a personal audit or suggest changes.

The app is available for iOS and Android. Users can download the application on the website.

Registration[edit]

To register with Trust Wallet, you need to go through the traditional procedure for such applications: enter an email address, create a password, enter a 12-word seed phrase, which will help restore access to the application in critical cases. We remind you that the seed phrase must be kept out of the reach of other places.

Tokens[edit]

Tokens of decentralized applications can be added from the DApps section. It presents projects that support Trust Wallet. All programs are divided into the following categories: new dApps, popular, exchangers, games, marketplays, social networks, utility applications.

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