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Binance’s Trust Wallet announced that it had added support for the cryptocurrency Dash.

Dash can now be added to a users list of coins by clicking the ‘+’ symbol and selecting the digital currency.

Dash Gets More Support

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Trust Wallet wrote on its blog:

“We are happy to announce that Trust Wallet app can now be used as a Dash wallet to store your Dash (DASH) tokens. Starting today, you can easily and securely receive and send your Dash crypto assets from the convenience of your Trust mobile wallet.”

The “+” sign for adding Dash is found on the upper right corner of the Trust Wallet application.

Trust Wallet users will now have access to Dash, the open-source, peer-to-peer cryptocurrency which is focused on providing solutions for the payments industry.

Dash is based on Bitcoin and offers a more inexpensive, portable and faster form of money which can be used securely.

Trust Wallet Is Busy Expanding its Support

Trust Wallet, which was acquired by Binance a few months ago, recently released three coins on its wallet– Bitcoin, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash.

The team has added some improvements to its UI and UX as well. They also handled some bugs on the wallet’s Android release.

The team said that it would monitor the stability and performance of Dash’s release closely.

They said that if things go well, they could end up adding some more coins in the upcoming weeks as well.

Dash is currently the 15th largest cryptocurrency in the world with over $634 in market cap.

It follows Bitcoin’s Proof of Work (PoW) mining system and is designed as a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO).

The blockchain has masternodes which receive 45% of the total mined coins. Miners take another 45% of the coins while 10% go to the DAO fund.

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