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DEx.top Comes To Mobile With Trust Wallet, imToken

Having launched officially just two months ago on 6 June 2018, Ethereum-based decentralized exchange DEx.top has been expanding quickly. In an impressively short period of time, it’s managed to get listed on CoinMarketCap and add support for over 30 trading pairs. The team has also paid close attention to strategic partnerships, working closely with communities like HackerOne to conduct their smart contract audit.

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DEx.top Integrates With Trust Wallet and imToken

Now, the exchange is looking to push their advantage further. They’ve recently announced new integrations with two of the major crypto wallet providers available in the market, Trust Wallet and imToken, which will not only bring the trading platform to more mobile devices but also give DEx.top exposure to the wallets’ wide user base.

Both Trust Wallet and imToken have made the headlines lately – Trust Wallet for its high-profile acquisition by cryptocurrency exchange Binance, and imToken for the launch of imToken 2.0, which now boasts currency exchange function Tokenlon and a Dapp Browser in addition to its well-established wallet functions.

With the integration, DEx.top will now join the expanding community of DApps available through Trust Wallet and imToken’s in-app DApp Browsers, Web3 browsers that provide a seamless and foolproof interface for users to interact with any decentralized application directly through the wallet. An added plus is that existing users of the wallet will not need to register for an account to start trading on the DEx.top platform – all that’s required is a simple authorization that takes seconds to complete.

DEx.top Supported Wallets

This integration will also allow DEx.top to better reach imToken and Trust Wallet’s significant user volume. imToken registered over 6 million monthly active users and US$45 billion in pass-through transactions between January 2017 and June 2018, while Trust Wallet is set to receive both funding and marketing support from Binance following its acquisition.

What’s clear about the wallets is that they’re shaping up to be gateways into the blockchain ecosystem. DEx.top’s move to pursue integration with Trust Wallet and imToken is a pivotal move towards a mobile-first world and synergizes well with their upcoming plans to add support for Ledger wallets and more DApp browsers, making the platform well-positioned to capture demand for decentralized token exchange services by being just a tap away.

About DEx.top

DEx.top is a decentralized Ethereum-token exchange platform based on smart contracts. It introduces the innovative ROC (Replayed On Chain) trading mechanism that leverages synchronized off-chain and on-chain ledgers to enable instant trading while ensuring the security of traders’ assets. DEx.top is committed to providing secure, instant, and low-cost trading for all end users.

About imToken

Founded in 2016, ImToken is the world’s largest Ethereum wallet featuring multi-chain asset management, DApp browsing and secure, private exchange of value. Having recently closed a US$10 million Series A funding round from IDG Capital and launched imToken 2.0, imToken now offers support for over 30,000 tokens and is internationally recognized as a secure digital asset management tool.

About Trust Wallet

Trust Wallet is a secure and easy-to-use mobile application which is designed with simplicity in mind to facilitate the adoption of cryptocurrencies for users with any level of knowledge of blockchain. It provides a fully security audited system to send, receive and store digital assets including ETH, ETC, POA, CLO, and all ERC20 and ERC223 tokens. Trust allows you to have complete control of private keys that never leave the device.

To find out more, visit the DEx.top website. You can also track project updates via its Medium blogofficial Telegram feed and Twitter account.


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