Trust Wallet is excited to announce a new feature, WalletConnect, an open protocol for connecting desktop DApps to mobile wallets using end-to-end encryption. WalletConnect allows all Trust Wallet users to interact with any DApp without compromising recovery phrases or private keys, as you will be notified to approve all transaction requests directly from your mobile device.
Even better, WalletConnect is integrated with Binance DEX. By scanning the WalletConnect QR code shown on binance.org, you can easily link up your mobile wallet.
“WalletConnect enables a much easier and more secure user experience across all blockchains and brings us one step closer to our core mission goal: to make crypto more accessible,” said Trust Wallet Founder and CEO Viktor Radchenko. “This technology is opening up a whole world of DApps that were once only available to Desktop users.”
“Excited to see Trust Wallet supporting WalletConnect, bringing the future of the mobile experience on Ethereum to all of its users,” said Pedro Gomes, Creator of WalletConnect. “We look forward to see this new user experience across the top decentralized applications on Ethereum and other blockchains.”
Trust Wallet supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, TRX, XRP, all ERC20 tokens, and many other digital currencies. Enabling WalletConnect allows mobile users to experience DApps that were previously only available on desktop. This is an important next step in continuing with the greater Trust Wallet mission to make our multi-asset wallet as easy-to-use and accessible as possible, and we are excited to bring crypto and DApps to more users around the world.
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WalletConnect is an open protocol for connecting desktop DApps to mobile Wallets using end-to-end encryption by scanning a QR code. Opening up a whole world of DApps that were once only available to Metamask. The user can interact with any DApp without compromising their private keys and will be notified to sign any transaction requests on their mobile device.