- Staking Solana is now also possible via the Trust app.
- Recently, the Trust also added support for linking with Binance.
The developer of Trust Wallet announced today that it is now working with it Solana decentralized applications. To access the best Solana dApps, users can now use the dApp browser on their mobile device to link Trust Wallet to Solana. Wallet Connect on your computer is another option.
Raydium, Sonar, Marinade Finance, Bonfida, Solend, Mean Finance and Jupiter are just a few of the Solana dApps that are part of the recent Trust Wallet announcement.
Multiple options to choose
Staking Solana can also be placed via the Trust app. These Solana dApps are currently supported within the app. Solana makes it easy to link its wallet to a variety of dApps. After checking the link, the wallet will be synced with the selected Solana dApp. There has been no announced notice of adding more dApps to the above list.
Recently, the Trust also added support for linking to Binance. More than 65+ blockchains may be supported, giving access to more than 5 million crypto assets, including NFTs. Over the past few days, the value of the ninth largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization has increased by nearly 7%.
Solana’s original token, SOL, rose in value from $35.22 on Monday night to $38.87 at the start of trading on Tuesday. At the time of writing, it is down again to $33.27 and down 14% in the last 24 hours according to CMC.
There has been a significant uptick in volume to support the lackluster bullish move lately. The price movement in SOL may have been related to the increased volume of Solana-based NFTs and the potential merger of the prominent Helium Network crypto project Helium Network with Solana.
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