• Tr𝔲st Wallҽt Logi𝓃 | Accumulate, Send, Receive, and Stake over Cryptocurrencies

    Trust Wallet was built for convenience, allowing users to accumulate, send, receive, and stake over 1 million cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) from their smartphones. New cryptocurrency users will appreciate the simplicity but may experience problems if their account is compromised.


    Pros & Cons


    • Supports over 1 million cryptocurrencies

    • Convenient setup and use on smartphones and some Mac computers

    • Easy to buy and stake cryptocurrency directly in the wallet


    • No ability to recover lost accounts through customer support, self service process can be difficult
    • Susceptible to social engineering and phishing attacks
    • Limited usage with web-based decentralized apps through popular browsers.



    Although Trust Wallet is built primarily for mobile devices, it is also available for newer Apple Mac desktop and laptop computers running the Apple M1 chip. It is not available for older Apple Mac platforms or Windows PCs.


    Trust Wallet for Apple Mac desktops and laptops running the Apple M1 chip is available using the App Store. Users can search for the app in the store, and download it directly to their computers. The interface is exactly the same as the mobile app, with the exception of being able to connect with decentralized applications (DApps) through their browser of choice. Instead, Mac users must use the Trust DApp Browser within the application.

    Mobile App 

    Even though Apple M1 Mac users can access Trust Wallet on their computers, the wallet was primarily built for smartphones. The app is available in both the Apple App Store and Google Play store, billed as the “official crypto wallet of Binance.”

    Negative reviews in both app stores note how easy it can be to lose cryptocurrency due to a social engineering attack, difficulty in sending tokens across the correct blockchains, and glitches when trying to send cryptocurrency to an exchange-based wallet for fiat conversion and withdrawal to a bank account.