Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash And Litecoin Added To Binance’s Trust Wallet

Announcements, News | January 11, 2019 By:

Trust Wallet, a mobile cryptocurrency wallet acquired by crypto exchange Binance last year, has added support for bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Litecoin (LTC) on its platform.

Trust Wallet, which supports ethereum and ERC20, ERC223 and ERC721 tokens, has built a reputation for security and has held itself to the guiding principles that it will never access user wallets, hold private keys, and ask for personal information.

In a blog post, Trust Wallet announced that both iOS and Android versions of its mobile wallet will now support BTC, BCH and LTC. According to the company, the new bitcoin and Litecoin wallets are native SegWit compatible, which means users can send/receive to/from any bc1 (Bitcoin) and ltc1 (Litecoin) bech32 address.

“By making native SegWit mandatory for all users, we are fully embracing the latest standards when it comes to Bitcoin/Litecoin transactions,” the company said. “Trust Wallet is always pushing itself to the edge of innovation when it comes to new features and usability. This is why we make it our top priority to constantly integrate the latest features for every crypto asset we support while simultaneously providing you with the most convenient and user friendly mobile crypto wallet on the market.”

Since its inception, the company has grown to support more than 10 native blockchains, including their native tokens. These include ethereum (ETH), Ethereum Classic (ETC), GoChain (GO), POA Network (POA), VeChain (VET), TRON (TRX), Wanchain (WAN), Callisto (CLO), ICON (ICX), and TomoChain (TOMO). The company also claims to be the only mobile wallet that offers DApp support for ethereum, POA and Ethereum Classic.

“We would like Trust Wallet to become your one stop solution for interacting with this new decentralized world, so going forward we will be adding more coins and features to enable our users to fully embrace the seamless experience of having all your tokens, collectibles, DApps and more in one place,” the company said.