Trust Wallet Review & Tutorial

Trust Wallet Review & Beginners Tutorial

Written by LouiseElizabeth

3rd July 2020

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Trust wallet is a decentralized secure cryptocurrency mobile wallet. Within Trust, you can buy, store, exchange, and earn crypto. Trust wallet was acquired by Binance in July 2018 to provide better services and enhance safety for its users. During the time Trust Wallet was acquired, it supported Ethereum (ETH) and other Ethereum-based tokens  But now, the list has grown to include the likes of Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Dash, Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), Litecoin (LTC) and XRP.

It’s very private with no collection of personal data. Plus you have access to your private keys stored locally on your device and therefore you complete control over your funds. Plus your private keys are stored on your device and includes a backup facility for simple recovery Other features include a built-in decentralized exchange through a partnership with Kyber Network, as well as a Web3 browser that allows you to interact with decentralized applications directly from the Trust Wallet app.

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And it’s a mobile app available for google play or the App Store used by over 1 million people to buy, store, view prices, exchange and earn crypto.

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  1. Lee brookes

    Hi I was wondering if you could help please? I just watched your trust wallet video, because I’m having issues connecting my wallet to cascade so I can stake some tokens.
    When I try to connect it, its comes up with an error message saying please try a web3 enabled browser.
    I’m using an iPhone and need to be able to access the dap function that is no longer available on trust wallet.
    Do you know of a way around this or how I can over come this?
    Sorry to ask you but I’m kind of hitting my head against a wall.

    • LouiseElizabeth

      Hi, it sounds like you need an alternate wallet, such as the likes of Metamask or Coinbase actually have their own wallet (not to be confused with Coinbase.com exchange) these are both web 3 wallets. Metamask is good for a browser and Coinbase Wallet is good as a mobile app. Or alternatively check out the likes of Argent or Dharma wallets as sometimes they might be able to do what you are trying to achieve.


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