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Magic Eden Releases Wallet for Bridge-Free Cross-Chain Compatibility

Magic Eden, a leading NFT marketplace, has announced the Beta launch of its eponymous wallet. Designed in partnership with Exodus, the creator of self-custody software wallet, Magic Eden wallet provides quick cryptocurrency swaps between Bitcoin, Solana, Ethereum, and Polygon.

Key features of the Magic Eden Wallet

For crypto enthusiasts looking for an easier way to transact across chains, the Magic Eden wallet offers a promising alternative. Users will be able to trade tokens directly from one chain to another, eliminating the need to bridge. The Magic Eden wallet has integrated with MoonPay, enabling users to buy cryptocurrency with fiat money right from the wallet. Furthermore, the wallet is designed to enable users to not only swap, but also trade NFTs across several networks. This makes it easier and faster for collectors to navigate the NFT market.

The main features of the wallet include enabling users to connect to multiple chains simultaneously, e it easy to view and manage all NFTs and collectibles across chains, support for native Ordinals and BRC-20, the ability to buy and sell with fiat, secure access to decentralised applications through the Dapp Browser, and a lot more.

The Magic Eden Wallet brings a new dimension to Magic Eden’s ecosystem and will certainly make it more competitive as it takes on market leaders like OpenSea and Blur. The wallet itself is designed with the needs of cross-chain collectors and users of the Magic Eden platform in mind, providing a simple and intuitive interface. In addition, Magic Eden has released a Chrome plugin for the wallet, seamlessly fusing it into the normal browsing experiences of users. 

For a start, Magic Eden has released the Beta version of the wallet to a select group of early testers, highlighting the platform’s dedication to improving user experience based on real-world performance before mass release.