Brave Browser Releases Brave Wallet To Help You Manage Cryptocurrencies

Brave Browser has gained popularity in recent times mainly because of its privacy-focused policies. The browser automatically blocks ads as well as trackers, alongside providing an easy to use interface. Now, Brave will offer Brave wallet to keep track of your cryptocurrencies.

The Brave team announced the Brave Wallet, a cryptocurrency wallet that allows users to store, manage, and trade their portfolio from a single point, in a blog post. Users may access Web3 decentralized apps (Dapps) without installing browser plugins thanks to the Brave Wallet. It is embedded right into the Brave desktop browser. Blockchains like Polygon, xDai, Avalanche are supported by the wallet. Users can connect to hardware wallets like Trezor and Ledger by importing their wallets from MetaMask or Brave’s older Crypto Wallets service.

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Key Highlights of the Brave Wallet

The main highlights of the new Wallet are as follows:

  • Check live and historical market graphs.
  • Build-in swap functionality to find the best price match
  • Send and receive assets directly or by them with fiat currency via Wyre.
  • Use DApps
  • Manage your portfolio of crypotcurrencies as well as NFTs with cross chain support.
  • Send and receive NFTs

Brave claims that its wallet is safer than other extension-based wallets. The company further adds that it uses less CPU and memory because it doesn’t require additional background processes.

The wallet is available under the version 1.32 desktop browser. It’ll be available on mobile apps “soon.” You can access the Wallet by touching the wallet symbol in the address bar or from the Settings page. To try it out, go to Brave’s website and download the most recent build.

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