If you are a Brave browser user, you will not need an additional cryptocurrency wallet extension from now on, the platform now has a built-in crypto wallet called Brave Wallet. Using this wallet you will be able to buy, sell and swap digital assets as you do with any other wallet.
Brave browser introduces its built-in crypto wallet
Brave wallet, according to the platform, should have fewer security concerns and performance drawbacks than other browser add-ons. This is a self-custody wallet that nevertheless supports other wallets (such as legacy Crypto Wallets from Brave) and connects to hardware wallets like Trezor and Ledger.
You may keep track of crypto market data, discover the most appropriate price matches, and adjust portfolios that include NFTs. Brave Wallet is an open-source initiative and it supports EVM-compatible blockchains too.
The wallet is accessible through the Brave 1.32 settings page and according to the platform, it will be available on the Brave mobile version soon. In 2022, the Solana blockchain will be used as a default for decentralized app support. You’re unlikely to download a browser just for native crypto support, but if you want an alternative to big web clients like Google Chrome, this and Brave’s stock features might tip the scale.