NOTE: After the update you will need to re-add some of the legacy wallets (POA, ETC, CLO). Please refer to this article to see how
When we first started thinking about Trust Wallet, the goal was to create a simple application that would allow users work with the Ethereum network and all ERC20 tokens with simplicity and ease. By spending many hours working on the application and listening to the feedback of our users, we realized that “to facilitate the mass adoption of blockchain technology” we needed to change. The design (UI/UX) of the application that was previously built for four major networks — Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Callisto and POA Network — was not going to be sufficient to support what we plan to do moving forward.
Universal Crypto Wallet is our solution to this problem and the new update is the first step to get us there. The redesigned interface rearranges the “settings” and removes the “networks” option. With new Trust Wallet you will be able to select a specific wallet for a specific network with a touch of a button, on the same screen! (Our help center will answer basic questions regarding the update. Please join our Telegram group for everything else)
Changing Architecture to Support Bitcoin/Litecoin/EOS/NEO
In the next few months we will add support for the world’s leading crypto protocols and cryptocurrencies currently not accessible in Trust.
Trust Wallet will be capable of storing ALL tokens (ERC20, ERC223, ERC721), ETH (Ethereum), ETC (Ethereum Classic), CLO (Callisto), POA (POA Network), GoChain (GO) as well as other blockchain coins— Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), EOS and NEO.
Listening to our community, in the long run, we want to build a simple, decentralized and convenient tool to access the majority of blockchain projects that are currently on the market or are still being developed. Which means that on the backend we are creating a framework to support any future projects as they are tested and released (NEP-5). (Take a look at our development roadmap)
Your security remains our top priority. Even though it might prolong the development, we will not compromise the quality and only release updates when they are fully tested.
Remove Test Networks Support
While a tough change for us, we decided to remove test networks support from Trust Wallet. It allowed us to simplify UI/UX for the end user and improve the performance of our application.
We will continue looking for a simple and intuitive way to manage test networks and might add it back in the future releases.
We want to thank our dedicated and passionate Trust Community! All of this would not be possible without the people. Please, keep your suggestions coming, we are always ready to listen and improve. Feel free to contact us on any of our social channels — Facebook, Twitter, Discord or Telegram.
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