Blade Wallet Now Integrated On Hashport!
Hashport is excited to officially announce the integration of Blade Wallet, a security-audited Web 3.0 wallet that is built on Hedera. Developed by Blade Labs, Blade Wallet is a non-custodial wallet that is available for Android, iOS, and as a web browser extension.
The latest integration takes Hashport one step closer to the vision of facilitating seamless interoperability across decentralised networks, empowering more users to explore DeFi opportunities and the world of Web 3.0.
Why Blade Wallet?
Blade Wallet is a versatile wallet that offers a wide range of features: The wallet allows users to be onboarded with a simple click of a button, purchase Hedera tokens by Moonpay or Banxa, and browse their NFT collection through an in-app gallery.
In January 2023, LG Electronics announced that, by using Blade Wallet, NFT enthusiasts can securely and conveniently trade their digital artwork on its NFT marketplace. The non-custodial wallet also recently reached the milestone of onboarding 250,000 users. Its growing popularity and enterprise adoption are two of the reasons why Hashport integrated the wallet onto the platform.
By integrating Blade Wallet, Hashporters are provided with another wallet option for connecting to dApps and DeFi on Hedera, a carbon-negative DLT network.
“We are thrilled to be integrated with Hashport. Providing simple, and secure ways to unlock the power of Web3 is at the heart of our mission to onboard the next billion users.” commented Sami Mian (CEO of Blade Labs) “Enabling seamless interoperability between networks is a critical component.”
“The integration of Blade Wallet onto Hashport is a very exciting development for us. This partnership allows us to bring together the best of both worlds — the stability of Web2 and the innovation of Web3. Blade Wallet has a strong focus on connecting different users and communities, which is something we value highly at Hashport. Our platform is designed to enable frictionless movement of assets and users between The Hedera Public Network and other popular decentralized networks. We are eager to work with Blade wallet in their mission to onboard the next billion users.” — Jesse Whiteside, Director of Business Development at Hashport
About Blade Labs
Blade Labs is a Web3 solution provider for enterprises, with a mission to enable the next billion users to safely and seamlessly transition between Web2 and Web3 activities via its frictionless onboarding, simple integrations and secure payment options. Its flagship product, Blade Wallet, is a fully audited, self-custody, enterprise-grade Web3 wallet responsible for the creation of over 40% of all new accounts since its launch on Hedera.
Another suite of products created by the Blade Labs team to further its mission, BladeLinks, provides single-click solutions for user onboarding and registration, as well as NFT creation, sale, and distribution.
Finally, Blade Console is a web portal with low- and no-code Web3 developer tools facilitating user experience customization, quick-fire product launches, and advanced analytics via a user-friendly online dashboard.
To contact the Blade team or for more information on Blade Wallet, please visit www.bladewallet.io.
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