Midas Protocol Integrates with Kyber Network and IDEX to Create Universal Wallet
Ever since the dawn of the success of cryptocurrency, every company, irrespective of its scale and size is trying to make its ecosystem better for the convenience of its users. Midas ecosystem is also in the same run. To build a safe and secure ecosystem for its users Midas launched Midas Protocol, which is a universal wallet. The whole concept of this launch is to make a collective utilization of tools and platforms to make the trading easy for all kinds of users, from beginners to experts.
The recent integration of Midas with Kyber Network and IDEX is the testament for the keenness of companies to create a proper and user-friendly ecosystem. Midas wallet is available as a mobile application for both Android and iOS and also on the website. The wallet also supports a very wide range of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Zcash (ZEC), etc. The integration with Kyber Network and IDEX allows the wallets to trade directly from its mobile wallet giving access to about 500 tokens.
The features of this wallet are wide ranged which include wide storage of various tokens, safe and secure transactions, rewards based on high-performance ROI portfolio and many more.
Apart from all these features, the Midas Protocol is mainly focusing on the security of the users’ transactions. Along with Kyber network and IDEX, it also integrated with Sentinel protocol which contains Security Intelligence Whitelists to prevent the wallet from hacks, phishing, malware etc. The integrations and innovations made in the Midas ecosystem are by far intriguing and ahead of time. But it still is collaborating and integrating with many other partners to make better changes to the ecosystem.
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