After gaining more than 2 million monthly active users in just six months after launch, Phantom is the fastest growing crypto wallet and has a unique opportunity to become the mainstream, user-friendly gateway to Web3. Today, we are excited to announce Phantom’s $109M Series B led by Paradigm with participation from past investors including a16z, Variant, Solana Ventures, and Jump Crypto. The team at phantom wallet is honored to work with these incredible partners and to have their trust in executing our vision to bring Web3 to the broader world. It is clear that the explosive adoption of NFTs and Defi has underscored the tremendous role crypto wallets have in providing a user experience that is safe, fun, and easy to use.
Exodus wallet is a multi-cryptocurrency wallet, which means you can use it to store multiple types of cryptocurrencies (pretty self-explanatory). Its popularity is mostly due to the fact that it supports top cryptocurrency assets, such as Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash and Dogecoin, and of course, Bitcoin and Bitcoin Gold. It is rumoured, however, that the wallet will soon be able to support Factoids, an interesting project by Factom. In short, it’s an autonomously distributed protocol for separating Bitcoin’s blockchain from the cryptocurrency itself. But that’s a whole other story. Back to our Exodus wallet review, the first thing we want to address is its biggest strength, its carefully designed GUI. Read on and learn all about it.
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