Brave, a privacy-oriented internet browser, today revealed the launch of the Brave Wallet, a crypto wallet developed into the Brave desktop internet browser. The Brave Wallet does not need extensions; it’s browser-native, minimizing security dangers and dependence on additional CPU and memory.
Users can negotiate with practically any crypto possession, along with get in touch with other wallets and Web3 DApps. The Brave Wallet will quickly be offered on all Brave mobile apps too. Moreover, the Brave Wallet permits users to get in touch with hardware wallets like Trezor and Ledger. Users of Brave can continue to utilize other wallets if they choose, such as MetaMask or Brave’s tradition wallet called Crypto Wallets.
Now, all Brave users will have access to Web3 decentralized applications (DApps) without setting up a web browser extension.
With the Brave Wallet, users can:
- See live and historic market charts (rate information powered by CoinGecko)
- Find the very best rate match versus a list of suppliers with integrated swap performance
- Send and get properties
- Buy with fiat by means of Wyre
- Interact with DApps for any EVM suitable network
- Manage their portfolio — with non-fungible tokens (NFT)s and multi-chain assistance
- Easily import their wallet from MetaMask and self-custody wallets, or Brave’s tradition Crypto Wallets extension, or hardware wallets such as Trezor and Ledger (no Ledger Live needed)
- Send and get NFTs
Brian Bondy, CTO and co-founder of Brave stated:
“The Brave Wallet requires no extensions and is instead browser-native, removing key performance and security concerns while preserving the core features of popular crypto wallets. The Brave Wallet offers our over 42 million users, and anyone seeking a crypto wallet without extensions, a high-performance, highly secure, and full-featured wallet built for today’s crypto user.”
Free to utilize, the Brave Wallet supports all EVM suitable chains (Polygon, xDai, Avalanche, and so on.) and L2s, and unlike other wallet extensions, the Brave Wallet is developed with an open MPL license, making it possible for designers to make contributions quickly.
Also just recently revealed, in 2022, the Brave Wallet will incorporate the Solana blockchain, making Solana the default for DApp assistance.