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Wallet of the Week: Spot

Taking your first steps into web3 can be overwhelming, with a plethora of wallet choices at your fingertips. In our “Wallet of the Week” series, we put the spotlight on one wallet and share why we think they’re worth checking out.

Three reasons why we’re signing up for Spot

Spot is a non-custodial wallet designed to be multi-chain from day one. As one of the earliest adopters of WalletConnect Sign v2.0, Spot makes it easy for you to access and store your assets across Ethereum, Solana, Polygon, Bitcoin, and Tezos. Its features include:

“Hardware-level” security: Spot leverages physical chipsets present in smartphones to generate entropy and perform encryption, thus ensuring first-class security.

A multi-chain, multi-feature NFT gallery: You can view your NFTs on Ethereum, Solana, and Polygon in the same place and also track floor price variations, automatic profit & loss calculations, rarity traits, and much more.

A super-safe Chrome extension experience: Spot’s Chrome extension experience marries the ease of using a desktop browser with the security of the mobile app. When interacting with dapps on a desktop, you can use your Spot mobile app as a companion app and two-factor authenticator to link your wallet and validate transactions initiated on a desktop browser. This means that the wallet is never stored in the extension. Currently available for Ethereum and Solana, this experience is powered by WalletConnect v2.0.

What’s next?

Spot is working tirelessly to launch new chains, expand native staking beyond Solana and Tezos, and improve interaction readability for users so that you can understand the impact of your signatures and transactions before carrying them out. Plus, they’re working on social features such as chat and payments!

To find out more about Spot, check out their Twitter and website. To discover other wallets in the WalletConnect ecosystem, head on over to our Explorer and start browsing today.

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