Binance DEX Launches Binance-Owned Trust Wallet On Their Platform
One of the biggest crypto exchanges, Binance, recently announced that their decentralized exchange has launched their official Trust Wallet.
Now you can trade on @Binance_DEX with your Trust Wallet anywhere you go! 🚶♂️
You can read more about our native DEX swap 🔄 feature here https://t.co/K2KRZYaAYt
Download Trust Wallet today to try it out ⬇️
— Trust.eth – Crypto Wallet (@TrustWalletApp) June 4, 2019
Trust Wallet was with the vision to be a multi-cryptocurrency wallet which is Easy-to-Use and Accessible Everywhere to help bring the power of cryptocurrencies like BTC, ETH, BNB, and others more conveniently available. Apart from being just a wallet, it also allows users to access hundreds of decentralized applications (dApps) and transact with different blockchains through an intuitive mobile interface with unmatched simplicity and user-friendliness.
With the availability of Trust Wallet at their disposals, the users can access a decentralized digital asset exchange built on the Binance Chain with nearly-instant transaction finality that allows them to maintain custody and full control over their own funds while enjoying the fast trading experience of Binance DEX anywhere you go.
Even if one prefers to trade on their desktops, they have a solution. One can use Binance DEX in their PC or Mac without losing any safety and a chance to get real-time notifications. All that one has to do is sync up their mobile wallet with desktop, simply scan the WalletConnect QR code shown on Binance.org, and you are good to go.
Trust Wallet founder Viktor Radchenko says:
“One of the essential needs for a working crypto economy is to have the ability to swap or exchange your digital assets. This, and the ability to always stay in control of your own Money. Binance Chain and Binance DEX fulfill both these needs.”
Recently, Binance DEX had announced that they will enable geo-blocking to prevent access of 29 countries including Iran Venezuela, Cuba, Syria, and the United States. However, users from these countries will still have their wallet access.