Darwinia Integrates with Talisman: Assets Management Made Easy
We’re thrilled to announce integration with Talisman, a user-friendly and community-led wallet built for Polkadot and Kusama ecosystem, which grants users access to crypto solutions such as staking, swapping, or minting. With the mission of bringing crypto users closer to the Polkadot ecosystem and entering the Web3 universe, Talisman focuses on providing the simplest and most convenient way to connect to Dapps.
About the Integration
The integration of Talisman in Darwinia & Crab will allow users to:
- Manage RING(Darwinia Network Native Token) and CRAB(Crab Network Native Token) in one wallet, display and transfer assets in the wallet without using any secondary exchange.
- Connect the Talisman Wallet extension at Darwinia Apps.
Talisman is a community-led wallet built for Polkadot, Kusama, and the Parachains. It allows users to take control of their crypto assets, leverage novel use cases, and help shape the project’s future via a unique social layer.
Founded in 2021, Talisman is backed by the best teams in the Polkadot ecosystem, including the founders of Acala, Moonbeam, HydraDX, RMRK, and more.
About Darwinia & Crab
Darwinia is a cross-chain messaging infrastructure, which will provide a reliable and programmable cross-chain platform for decentralized applications. Darwinia will provide developers with an SDK, and developers can easily integrate cross-chain capabilities into their DApps. Crab Network is the canary network of Darwinia, it is substrate-based, EVM compatible, and connected to Kusama.
Darwinia Network has gained a high reputation and recognition along the way to building the universal cross-chain messaging infrastructure. Darwinia was written in Polkadot light paper as one of the friends of Polkadot and Substrate. And Darwinia was selected to join Substrate Builder Program and Web3.0 Bootcamp, and for the outstanding work in Substrate Builder Program, Darwinia Network was officially awarded the Level 2 badge by Parity. The products and tools developed by Darwinia have been rewarded with three W3F Grants.