The Binance exchange-owned wallet Trust Wallet has a desktop version for the macOS operating system.
Using it, users can send and receive as many assets as simple as possible. The developers are proud that the application is easy to use, it is devoid of the complexities characteristic of other wallets.
Less than a year after the official release, Binance bought Trust Wallet, which happened in July 2018. Thanks to this acquisition, in addition to other business lines, Binance received a mobile on-chain wallet. Then the representative of Binance noted that this is a win-win deal:
“The brand and Trust Wallet team will maintain their independence and freedom in developing the core product, while they will gain a wide Binance user base and integration with DEX.”
According to the founder of Trust Wallet Viktor Radchenko, wallet versions for Windows and Linux will appear very soon.
Binance acquired Trust Wallet, specializing primarily in Ethereum assets, last summer. At the end of 2018, the wallet added support for bitcoin and became compatible with the SegWit protocol, providing the ability to send and receive funds to Bech32 native addresses. Shortly before this, Trust Wallet had support for the crypto assets TRON (TRX), GoChain (GO), POA Network (POA), Ethereum Classic (ETC), Wanchain (WAN) and VeChain (VET).
We also recall that at the beginning of this year, the wallet began to support the Ripple XRP token, and more recently, Trust Wallet implemented support for third-party decentralized platforms.