Polygon NFTs Integrated To Trust Wallet

Trust Wallet now supports Polygon NFTs

The Trust Wallet development team has successfully added support for digital collectibles that are minted and hosted on the Polygon blockchain. This means NFT fans like yourself will be able to enjoy these new features and store, buy & sell Polygon NFTs directly from your Trust Wallet.

What is Polygon?

Polygon is a layer 2 decentralized scaling solution for the Ethereum blockchain. It enables developers to build scalable user-friendly DApps with low transaction fees while keeping the network secure. The Polygon NFT token standard is ERC-721.

What are NFTs?

NFTs make for a fun and interactive way to invest in cryptocurrency. Non-fungible tokens (NFT) derive their value from how rare or unique they are, which means you can trade them with other people on different platforms that facilitate trading NFTs. And now you can do that on Trust Wallet!

How does this feature benefit Trust Wallet users?

  • You can now buy polygon NFTs by linking your Trust Wallet to OpenSea or any NFT marketplace
  • You now have the ability to store your NFT collectibles, send and receive them on your Trust Wallet app

Why use Trust Wallet?

Trust Wallet is an easy to use, true multi-chain noncustodial wallet, which allows you to store and manage over 3 million crypto assets including NFTs across 65+ blockchains. No more storing your assets across multiple custody wallets or exchanges! You’ll have peace of mind knowing all your assets are in one safe place.

Your private keys are stored on your device and your assets on-chain meaning you are in full control at all times. Trust Wallet gives you the ability to natively buy, swap and stake your favourite crypto without having to leave the app and also connect to dApps with the in-built DApp browser.

Trust Wallet is used by over 50 million people worldwide!

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