SafePal is the first hardware wallet to integrate the new Layer-1 chain.
Hardware Wallet Adds Aptos Integration
Users with SafePal wallet version 3.7.1 and later can hold and manage Apto assets safely and securely. SafePal confirmed the integration with a blog post from November 4.
The Aptos coin has gone through some growing pains since launching on October 19. The coin dumped upon launch, falling from over $13 to under $7, according to CoinGecko. The price has since steaded around by hovering around the $8 mark, trading for $8.11 at the time of writing.
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What is SafePal:
SafePal is a comprehensive crypto management platform that provides hardware wallet, software wallet, and browser extension wallet solutions. With powerful web3 solutions powered by industry leaders such as Binance, allowing users to store, manage, swap, and trade their crypto assets. We now serve more than 7 million users across the globe with hardware wallets, software wallets, and browser extension wallet product lines. We support 15 languages, 50+ blockchains, 100,000+ tokens, and also NFTs. The project is also integrated with Binance DEX and Binance Spot Trading, as well as DApps on Ethereum, BNB Chain, Solana, Tron, Polygon, and other networks.
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What is Aptos:
Aptos is a Layer 1 blockchain that uses the Move programming language. The Aptos genesis occurred on October 12, 2022, with Aptos blockchain’s mainnet “Aptos Autumn” launched on October 17, 2022. The blockchain has raised millions of dollars from investors so far. Aptos is a Layer 1 blockchain built with a Rust-based programming language called Move. Its key features include a parallel execution engine, high-level security features and low transaction costs. Aptos Labs is the team behind the Aptos project. Co-founders Mo Shaikh and Avery Ching notably worked together on the Diem blockchain project at Meta.
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