- CyberConnect collaborates with Bitget Wallet, integrating its browser extension.
- Users can easily switch between Ethereum, BNB Chain, and Polygon within CyberConnect, manage decentralized identities, and access CyberConnect via Bitget Wallet’s DApp browser.
- Bitget Wallet supports multiple chains, offers wallet management, swapping, ETH staking, NFT marketplace, and top DEX/NFT aggregation.
CyberConnect, the earliest and biggest social network, has announced its collaboration with Bitget Wallet, formerly known as BitKeep. This integration is one of a kind as it integrates Bitget Wallet’s browser extension with CyberConnect. Let’s check out the nitty-gritty details of this collaboration.
CyberConnect has now integrated into the Bitget Walet browser extension in its official website as the flagship DApp Link3. Through integration with Bitget, users will now be able to switch between Ethereum, BNB CHain, and Polygon chains within the CyberConnect ecosystem. They will also be able to mint Cyber accounts and manage their decentralized identities.
Users can access CyberConnect directly through Bitget Wallet’s mobile DApp browser. Simply tap “DApp” on the home dashboard, enter “CyberConnect” in the search field, and connect your wallet effortlessly.
Bitget Wallet is a multi-chain, non-custodial wallet and offers key features such as wallet management, swapping, ETH staking, an NFT marketplace, and a DApp browser. It supports 90+ public chains, including Ethereum, BNB Chain, Arbitrum, Polygon, and Avalanche. It also has an aggregation of top DEXs and NFT marketplaces to ensure users get the best market-wide transaction prices.
All in all, this development signifies the potential of the Web3 ecosystem and is a step towards future innovations. Let’s see how users respond to this development in the future.