Trading giant Robinhood is launching its new crypto wallet on Apple’s mobile operating system with support for a handful of prominent altcoins.
In a new blog post, Robinhood reveals that its Web3-enabled wallet is now available to all iOS customers worldwide and will add support for crypto assets such as Shiba Inu (SHIB), Layer 2 Polygon (MATIC) scaling solution ) and Ethereum (ETH).
Other digital assets supported by the wallet include Solana (SOL), Uniswap (UNI), and the USD Coin (USDC) stablecoin.
According to Johann Kerbat, general manager of Robinhood’s crypto arm, the updates were added to the wallet after the company reflected on user feedback on the beta launch last year.
“The feedback we have received on the Robinhood Wallet since its first beta release has been extremely positive.
Users have told us that they love how accessible and easy to use the app is, and that they really enjoy the ability to keep their digital assets safe and exchange them without network fees on Polygon. They also told us that they want to access more coins on more chains, so we have quickly added support for Ethereum.”
Robinhood says it plans to make the wallet compatible with the Android operating system later this year as well, but no specific date was given. The trading titan also notes that he plans to support more tokens and launch a Web3 browser.
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