MathWallet adds native FTM support and expands access to Fantom ecosystem
The Fantom Foundation and MathWallet are pleased to announce that MathWallet now supports FTM Opera mainnet token, enabling MathWallet users to access native Fantom dApps.
By adding Fantom to its list of supported chains, MathWallet becomes the first third-party wallet to accept the mainnet FTM token. Additionally, Fantom users on mobile devices can now easily access the range of Fantom dApps that support WalletConnect. As the number of Fantom mobile users has grown proportionally with soaring numbers of daily transactions, this integration represents an important step in expanding multi-platform access to the Fantom ecosystem.
MathWallet is a universal crypto wallet with versatile functionality. It supports 50+ blockchains and 3000+ tokens on a cross-platform app accessible via mobile (Android and iOS), desktop browser extension, web wallet, and hardware wallet (Ledger and Wookong Bio). MathWallet offers various additional services, including a curated, aggregated news feed, the MathSwap token exchange, staking services, and a multi-chain dApp store connected to everything from Aave to Yearn. MathWallet is backed by Alameda Research, Fenbushi Capital, Binance Labs, Fundamental Labs, Multicoin Capital, and NGC Ventures. For more, visit the MathWallet website.
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Fantom is a fast, scalable, and secure layer-1 EVM-compatible platform built on a permissionless aBFT consensus protocol. On Fantom, transactions are confirmed in 1 second and cost a fraction of a cent. The speed, low transaction costs, and high throughput make Fantom ideal for DeFi applications and real-world uses.
Many Ethereum protocols are porting over to Fantom to create a seamless cross-chain ecosystem. These include Sushiswap, Yearn, C.R.E.A.M., Curve, Keep3rV1, and others.
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