Binance wallet finally adds a desktop app for macOS

Trust Wallet, the crypto wallet of Binance is finally releasing a desktop application for macOS. It will soon provide a desktop app and make its way to the Mac App Store. Also, it will add support for Linux within the next week of this month.

Binance is already supporting many decentralized exchanges (DEXs) with Trust Wallet via the Kyber Network protocol. The wallet is integrating with this platform that provides cross-token trading solutions. The desktop app also aims to reach both Linux and Windows crypto users. Most of the desktop crypto users are present on the Windows desktop. However, the team is unable to port the Trust Wallet to Windows.

The crypto firm first gained this open-source, decentralized wallet in 2018. This US-based wallet maintains anonymity and supports Ether and its backed tokens (ERC20, ERC223, AND ERC721). In June, the Trust Wallet was released on Binance DEX. It claimed to enable DEX users to have full control over their funds. Also, it provides faster trading services.

Moreover, in July, the Crypto giant launched its Over-the-Counter (OTC) service, Block Trading. OTC trading helps reduce the risks of suffering a price slippage.  This service will enable customers to trade larger amounts of cryptocurrency above 10 BTC quickly and securely.