The integration of Brave Wallet natively with Ethereum will allow users to exchange tokens, access to Dapps and operate on second layer solutions.
Brave, the web browser that pays users to view advertising and incorporates various functionalities based on Blockchain, just added a new native wallet to the ecosystem of Ethereum after the new update 1.32.
Wallet native of Brave with support for Ethereum
This was indicated by the team of Brave in a press release published today, stating that Brave Wallet will now allow 40 million users to exchange tokens, access decentralized applications (Dapps), operate on second layer solutions and use sidechains compatible with the virtual machine of Ethereum.
In relation to this new launch, the team of Brave He indicated that the idea of a native crypto wallet is going to be very useful for all stakeholders, especially when it comes to addressing the security and performance issues associated with web browser extensions. He also highlighted that products such as MetaMask, Trust Wallet and Wallet Connect They have become the target of many attackers and hackers interested in seizing user funds, especially through fake extensions.
Upon Brave Wallet
About the characteristics of Brave Wallet Following this new update, the CTO and co-founder of Brave, Brian Brondy commented:
“Brave Wallet does not require extensions and is instead a native browser, eliminating key performance and security concerns while retaining the core features of the most popular crypto wallets on the market.”
Another additional property is that users of Brave will be able to import their existing wallets from MetaMask, Trezor or Ledger, with which they will be able to operate directly from the browser without any inconvenience. However, it is important to note that this function is only available for desktop versions, so those interested in operating from their mobile devices will have to wait a little longer.
More plans on the way
Integration with Ethereum further confirms plans Brave, which assured that it does not yet have an exclusivity clause with any crypto ecosystem project, so they are open to integrating their products and services with all interested networks.
Recently the team of Solarium announced a strategic alliance with Brave, with which they will bring native support to their network through the web browser, which will allow users to actively participate within their ecosystem of products and services, while developers will also be able to link both networks and take advantage of the benefits that each one offers .
This implementation between Brave and Solana is scheduled for next 2022, with other announcements expected to come in the coming months.
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