Phantom, a non-custodial crypto wallet for the Solana ecosystem, is expanding its support to Polygon (MATIC/USD) and Ethereum (ETH/USD).
The integration will offer support across browsers, iOS and Android.
By going live on the two blockchain platforms, Phantom will now be available to users of three major networks – offering a simple, user-friendly and secure way to access Web3.
Users are set to start using the wallet service in the next few weeks, with Phantom going live via private beta. The seamless interaction will be available to the public soon after, the wallet service announced on Tuesday.
According to Phantom CEO and co-founder Brandon Millman, the multi-chain support will give crypto users a one-stop access to all their assets. Users will also find it easy to use dApps, decentralised finance and NFTs, all with the “best-in-class security,”
“In the same way we don’t use different web browsers for different types of websites, the crypto community needs a wallet that can seamlessly access different blockchains, regardless of what device they’re using.”
Phantom’s support for Polygon and Ethereum comes amid a broader market push for a lot more user protection. These calls follow the collapse of several crypto platforms, including centralised exchanges.
The Solana-native product already has more than 3 million active users.
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