Clover Wallet — a ticket to the Web3 multichain space
Web3 is the place where you interact with finances, identity management and social media in a decentralized fashion. But with present solutions and wallets, you are limited only to the specific chain.
Clover Wallet is a unique solution that allows you to interact with your crypto assets and social media accounts in Web3 across various different blockchains. All in one implemented in your web explorer extension. All assets in one multichain wallet without any limits to the specific network or blockchain.
What is a Clover wallet?
Clover Wallet is a multi-currency wallet that can be used in your smartphone or as an extension in your web browser. Because the Clover Wallet is connected to various different networks like Polkadot, Ethereum, Solana or Binance Smart Chain, it can interconnect DeFi applications cross-chain without switching between aforementioned networks.
Sending, receiving, wrapping and unwrapping assets is happening in a non-custodial way. Clover Wallet is free to use and open-source, so anyone can install it or even check out the code.
Clover Wallet characteristics
- support of Substrate-based-blockchains such as Polkadot, Kusama and parachains like Clover
- support of EVM-Compatible blockchains, so besides Ethereum also Binance Smart Chain, Fantom, Polygon, Moonbeam
- support of Solana blockchain
- non-custodial wallet
- easy way to create, import and manage multi-chain accounts in one wallet
- availability of cross-chain transfers in one wallet
- dApps interaction on all supported blockchains
- support of NFTs on Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, Fantom, Solana, Polygon etc.
- availability of import accounts by mnemonics, raw seed and keystone, encrypt type Sr/Ed25519 are both supported
Clover wallet availability
Clover Wallet is available in three different ways, so you can pick the one (or more) that suits you the best:
Step by step guide to install Clover wallet
For our example, let's focus on the extension wallet. Here is a step-by-step tutorial on how to plug in your wallet to your web browser.
1. Adding Clover Wallet into your browser
First of all, you need to add Clover Wallet into your Chrome or Brave browser. To avoid any scam links, you better go through the official Clover Wallet Docs link that will direct you to the Clover wallet with over 80k user downloads. Avoid any similarly-looking wallets with a few hundreds or fewer downloads.
2. Set up your password and write down your seed phrase
Similar to other Web3 wallets, you need to set up your password and then write down your seed phrase, which you might need for restoring your wallet in the future.
3. Your account is ready to use
After having your steps no 1 and no 2, your wallet is ready to use in your browser extension. You can now receive and send various different assets such as ETH, SOL, DOT, KSM, FTM and many more. You can even create a few more accounts for your needs.
4. Connect to your favorite dApp or DEX
Now comes an even more important part. You can connect your Clover Wallet to various different dApps in your favorable blockchain. Let’s pick Ethereum and SushiSwap. If you ever used Web3 wallets such as MetaMask, Phantom or Polkadot JS, it will be much easier for you.
Now you can trade on the SushiSwap DEX.
Polkadotters YouTube tutorial
For some advanced utilization such as token transfers, we released a YouTube tutorial done by our colleague cryptodamsky, so you can dig deeper into Clover Wallet by watching it!
Using Clover Wallet will let you interact with your crypto assets cross-chain. Web extension will allow you also to sign to other dApps besides decentralized exchanges.
If you are looking for an open-source non-custodial wallet, that is implemented right in your browser extension, Clover Wallet is a unique solution for you. Especially when you use various different blockchains, not just one.
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