Microsoft is quietly testing a built-in crypto wallet for its Edge browser, as reported by software preservationist Albacore in a March 13 tweet.
The wallet’s introductory pages do not indicate which cryptocurrencies are supported. However, those pages mention a “foray into cryptocurrency and NFTs,” and leaked screenshots suggest that Ethereum, DAI, USDC, and USDT are at a minimum supported.
Other screenshots suggest that the wallet includes transaction integration with Coinbase and Moonpay, support for other extension wallets through its settings panel, and an “explore” tab that features crypto news stories from around the web.
Microsoft says that users of the wallet are “testers.” It says that users must use their own crypto balance and warns that it will not cover any lost funds.
Further information is not available due to the project’s confidential nature.
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