Binance’ Trust Wallet Unveils Desktop App for MacOS
Binance has introduced a desktop application of its cryptocurrency wallet – Trust Wallet – for macOS. The information was revealed through a tweet by the team involved in the development of the crypto wallet.
The wallet will be made available in Mac App Store soon.
Viktor Radchenko, Trust Wallet founder, in a series of tweets, has stated that Linux support will be offered from next week. Radchenko additionally said that the primary contest for the group is to make Trust Wallet compatible with Windows.
Radchenko also stated that roughly 75% of desktop cryptocurrency users are using Windows OS.
You like it big? Then try Trust Wallet for your desktop! Now available on macOS
— Trust – Crypto Wallet (@TrustWalletApp) August 11, 2019
The progress follows Binance’ move to start supporting several decentralized exchanges (DEXs) to Trust Wallet by incorporating the Kyber Network Protocol, a custom built platform for cross-token trading solutions.
Binance bought Trust Wallet in August 2018. At that time, Binance asserted that Trust Wallet will operate independently, while the cryptocurrency exchange will assist with management and marketing.
The US based Trust Wallet is an open source, anonymous and decentralized wallet that backs Ether (ETH) and several Ether-powered tokens (ERC20, ERC223, and ERC721).
Back in June, Binance unveiled Trust Wallet on Binance DEX. The integrated wallet will assist Binance DEX users who are interested in maintaining custody and total control of their funds, while taking advantage of high speed trading facilities.