Seems like every new game, every new blockchain idea and perhaps all bitcoin casinos demand this thing called the Trust Wallet. But, is it trustworthy though, let’s see?
The wallet can be used in any fully functioning Web3 browser that is suitable for use with any decentralized application (DApp).
The wallet seems to be very complex and well crafted. It tries to eliminate lags, it is simple but not the simplest, and secure, which still means that it is vulnerable to theft and hacking. It builds a connection between you, Ethereum network, and any decentralized application (DApp), and does it, well, good enough. It is becoming the choice because there are no better ones other than this, this does mean that it is the best but it does not mean that wallets can not get any better than this. We are still a very long way from the most perfect crypto wallets.
However, it is fully optimized for mobile so people can enjoy the content designed specifically for the device, it offers multiple currencies and supports all formats, the wallet does do a very good job at organizing things and it has been a consistently well put wallet. The response time of the wallet makers and the people at their help desk is quite good but the breaches, well they happen everywhere we feel.
Each DApp is unique and yet the wallet tries to live up to its standard by working with their developers to ensure the best possible experience for users.
The wallet has existed and stood on the premise that it will never access any of your personal information and That ‘Trust always keeps your data private and secure.’ The private key is only stored locally and protected with many layers of security. Which must be for a company to run the popular choice of wallet.