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Math Wallet partners with EasyFi to open multi-chain access to digital assets on L2 money markets

Collaboration will enable users access to EasyFi products and services directly from mobile wallet

We are very excited to announce our partnership with Math Wallet — a multi-platform cross-chain wallet that supports 60+ blockchain ecosystems. It is a powerful and secure universal wallet that enables storage of all ERC20, NEP5, EOS, TRON COSMOS, IRIS.net tokens, and supports cross-chain token exchange and has a multi-chain DApp store integrated with it as well.

This partnership with Math Wallet is in line with our previous announcement on wallet integrations (Read here: EasyFi building Unified Cross-chain Wallet Integration Bridge for New Wallet Integrations), where we have discussed our intention to build a wallet bridge that will introduce the flexibility for our users to access the different EasyFi program directly from multiple mobile wallets.

Math Wallet is the first among many that will be integrated with our ecosystem and we are very happy to have them on board the Easyfi journey.

Making the most of this collaboration

With Math Wallet joining our ecosystem, we will be introducing the following new features to our repertoire of DeFi products and services:

  • Users on EasyFi can get to use the Math Wallet browser extension to connect to the App, apart from the current Metamask one.
  • Users can connect their app/extension wallet directly to Polygon Mainnet to access the extension wallet and 100+ Polygon-based DApps including EasyFi.
  • Users get the option to participate & access #EasyFi products & services directly from their Math Wallet.
  • This enables them to directly transfer their digital assets for the various lending markets, staking, dual farming and liquidity farming programs.
  • This they can eventually do on 3 blockchains that we are present on — Polygon, Ethereum and (shortly on) Binance Smart Chain.

Using the Math Wallet — on Mobile

Math Wallet users need to create or import their wallet based on the various networks. In our case it will be Polygon.

  • The user has to first start with creating a Polygon Wallet.
  • Then go to the “DApp” option in the menu bar at the bottom of the screen.
  • Then select EasyFi for all the options.

Using the Math Wallet — on Browser Extension

  • For users on the Math Wallet browser extension, follow the steps here:

For more information you can refer to this link: https://mathwallet.medium.com/polygon-matic-wallet-user-guide-app-extension-91cf790a2d4c

About Math Wallet

MATH is a multi-chain and cross-chain blockchain assets hub, and its products including: MathWallet (supported 60+ blockchains including BTC, ETH, Polkadot, Filecoin, Solana, BinanceChain etc and 1.2M users), MathVault, MathDAppStore, MathStaking, MathCustody, MathNFT, MathChain, MathHub, MathDEX, MathID, MathPay etc. Our investors include Fenbushi Capital, Alameda Research, Binance Labs, FundamentalLabs, Multicoin Capital, NGC Ventures. Visit mathwallet.org for more information.

Website | dApp Store | Telegram | Twitter | Medium | YouTube | Github

About EasyFi

Easyfi is a universal layer 2 lending protocol built for defi focused on scalability, composability, and adoption. It has been designed as an open and inclusive financial network infrastructure to run on public networks to facilitate end-to-end lending & borrowing of digital assets and related financial products. Easyfi is being built upon the ethos of permission less networks & automation of smart contracts. The protocol has now expanded to Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain as well making it a multi-chain DeFi Lending protocol.

Website | Twitter | Telegram | Whitepaper | App



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