Mainstream cryptocurrency wallet for Ethereum (ETH) and Ethereum-based (ERC-20) tokens, Rainbow, has released an arrow of important updates.
NFTs on Optimism (OP), Polygon (MATIC), Arbitrum are available on Rainbow
According to the official announcements shared in Rainbow’s Twitter account, the wallet now supports a full range of operations with non-fungible tokens on major EVM networks.
Rainbow now supports NFTs on Mainnet, @0xPolygon, @arbitrum and @optimismFND.July 26, 2022
Thank you @Treasure_DAO for the gift <3 @smolverse @toadstoolzNFT pic.twitter.com/LNC5E6XOB9
Namely, starting from July, 2022, Rainbow started supporting NFTs on EVM-compatible blockchain Polygon Network (previously known as Matic Network), as well as on leading Ethereum’s L2s Optimism (OP) and Arbitrum.
Rainbow’s community members, [Ethereum (ETH)] fans and NFTs enthusiasts are excited by the latest addition to the Rainbow’s instruments stack.
Alexis Ohanian, a pro-crypto founder of Reddit and early investor of Rainbow, also gave kudos to all Rainbow team members who contributed to this release.
Newbie-friendly Ethereum (ETH) experience on mobile: What is Rainbow?
Named ‘hippiest Ethereum wallet’ by TechCrunch, Rainbow wallet created an ecosystem of mobile applications designed to store and exchange Ethers and Ethereum-based tokens. Also, it supports yield farming in popular liquidity pools.
Rainbow allows its users to trade on Uniswap (UNI) exchange without leaving a dApp, purchase Ethers and Dai (DAI) via credit cards, claim ENS usernames, and so on.
In mid-February, 2022, Rainbow raised $18 mln in Series A led by Ohanian’s VC team Seven Seven Six.
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