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Our Partnership with MathWallet

Thrilled to share that we’ve partnered with MathWallet Official to bring into their wallet ecosystem, reaching out to more than 1 million users globally. As an introduction, MathWallet currently supports more than 60 chains, hundreds of tokens and dApps through its integrated suite of mobile, web, and hardware wallets.

The partnership with Automata Network will empower MathWallet to provide privacy-protection operations to our wallet users, which is an important feature for the next-generation crypto wallet.

- Eric Yu, CTO of Math

is our anonymous voting solution to deliver and build truly decentralised and private applications. If the foundation of Web3 is the restoration of user autonomy and control, Automata looks to bring this to another level by making the adoption of such services easy and intuitive.

Privacy is a key tenet of Web3 infrastructure. It’s tremendously exciting to be able to work with MathWallet to bring this to their vast and growing user base.

- Deli Gong, Co-Founder of Automata

All around the world, teams are ramping up their product-market fit with an emphasis on convenience, ease of use, and functionality. This is exactly why the right partnerships are so important, and having MathWallet — a widely-used, universal crypto wallet— onboard this journey is just one of the many first steps Automata is taking.

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About Automata Network
Automata Network is a decentralized service protocol that provides middleware-like traceless privacy services for dApps on Ethereum and Polkadot to achieve privacy, high assurance and frictionless computation.

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About Math Wallet
MathWallet is a multi-platform universal crypto wallet that enables token storage of 60+ chains including BTC, ETH, Polkadot, Filecoin, EOS, Solana, BinanceChain, and Cosmos. The project supports cross-chain token exchange, multi-chain dApp storage and operates nodes for POS chains.

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