Trust Wallet Adds ATOMs, the Cosmos Network Staking Token

May 10, 2019

We are happy to announce that we are now supporting Cosmos (ATOM). The Cosmos Network is a decentralized network of independent, scalable, and interoperable blockchains, creating the foundation for a new token economy. ATOM is the native staking token used by so called “Hubs,” the genesis being called “The Cosmos Hub,” the first public proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchain based on a byzantine fault tolerant (BFT) consensus mechanism (Tendermint Core).

Trust Wallet’s mission emphasizes making cryptocurrency and our multi-asset wallet as easy-to-use and accessible as possible. Trust Wallet already supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Tron, XRP, all ERC20 tokens, and other digital currencies. Adding Cosmos wallet support is an important next step in continuing with that mission.

“Cosmos is a leading blockchain in PoS protocol that aims to become the ‘Internet of Blockchains.’ We are excited to work together to bring staking and delegation mechanisms to all Trust Wallet users in the most accessible way on their mobile devices,” said Viktor Radchenko, Founder of Trust Wallet. “The Tendermint team was also able to build and deliver powerful technology with the new consensus mechanism Tendermint, a fork of which is currently used in Binance Chain infrastructure.”

About Trust Wallet

Trust Wallet is Binance’s official user-controlled crypto wallet. Through the Binance platform (, you can trade crypto where Binance stores your digital assets along with your private keys, and use Trust Wallet to store your personal crypto assets (safeguarded by a recovery phrase that only you know). With the upcoming mainnet launch of Binance DEX, Trust Wallet will even allow you to trade your crypto directly on the platform, you can get our crypto wallet app on the Google Play Store or iOS App store by visiting the Trust Wallet website.

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