• Frontier launched an in-browser wallet extension for 35 supported blockchains that allows users to interact with staking, transactional and non-fungible token (NFT) activities.
• The wallet can be used to stake tokens, store and transfer NFTs and even transfer tokens between various networks.
• The wallet supports newer blockchains such as Aptos and Sui, which have seen strong interest and engagement in crypto circles in the past few months.
Decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol Frontier has recently launched an in-browser wallet extension that enables users to interact with staking, transactional, and non-fungible token (NFT) activities over 35 supported blockchains. This extension provides users with a unified platform that allows them to securely interact with any decentralized applications (dapps) in one place, eliminating the need to switch between various applications.
The wallet offers a variety of features that make it suitable for a wide range of use cases. With the wallet, users can stake tokens, store and transfer NFTs, and even transfer tokens between different networks, which is known as bridging. Additionally, it supports newer blockchains such as Aptos and Sui, which have seen an increase in interest and engagement in the cryptocurrency community over the past few months.
In addition to these features, the wallet also offers enhanced security. The wallet supports hardware-based security, meaning users can store their assets in a hardware wallet such as a Ledger or Trezor. Furthermore, the wallet also supports multi-signature authentication, which requires two or more users to authorize a transaction before it can be completed.
Overall, the new Frontier in-browser wallet is a great addition to the DeFi space, offering users a unified platform for managing their tokens, staking, and transferring NFTs across various blockchains. With its enhanced security features and support for newer blockchains, the wallet is sure to attract a wide range of users.