Ava Labs, the development company behind avalanche Blockchain today announced the release of Core Mobile, the mobile version of its flagship non-custodial multichain wallet.
Core Mobile, the first launch on Android with iOS support planned for 2023, aims to connect DeFi. NFTsand gaming ecosystems across Avalanche, Bitcoin, Ethereum networks, and other EVM-compatible blockchains.
With this release, users will have three ways to consume Core (browser extension, web, and mobile) to create an interconnected Web3 experience. Decryption.
Nick Mussallemat, head of product at Ava Labs, said in a statement, “Core Mobile is committed to helping people maximize their cryptocurrencies while making the product intuitive to use for everyone to use Web3. Designed to put you in control: “With mass adoption approaching, Core will be the gateway for those who want a single platform that can do it all without the hassle of multiple wallets.”
Core Wallet: One Platform for User Assets, Apps
First released in June of this year, the Core wallet incorporates native Avalanche bridge functionality, allowing users to interact directly with decentralized applications (dApps) on the Avalanche blockchain.
Prior to that, users wishing to move assets to the Avalanche network had to rely on competing products such as MetaMask to use the Ethereum-Avalanche bridge.
Other features that set Core Wallet apart from its competitors include the ability to easily exchange Avalanche, Bitcoin, and Ethereum assets, the ability to transfer Bitcoin and Ethereum to participate in Avalanche DeFi dApps, and real-time tracking with integrated watchlists. includes the ability to track asset price movements in
“This means users can manage all their major assets and apps on one platform,” said Mussallemat. Decryption.
The core wallet allows users to quickly join the Avalanche ecosystem with preloaded subnets. It is a set of sovereign networks that allow individual projects to create their own token economics and rules while maintaining connectivity to the Avalanche mainnet via individual chains without occupying space on the mainnet. .
By redistributing traffic in this way, subnets may allow Avalanche to avoid transaction speed and gas bill issues as the network scales.
The developer’s future plans include “cross-platform sync and many other features to unify experiences across browser, web, and mobile.” Decryption.