Binance Labs Leads the Seed Round of Sender Wallet, a non-custodial Wallet Built on NEAR Protocol
Binance Labs Leads the Seed Round of Sender Wallet
Binance Labs, the venture capital arm and innovation incubator of Binance, announced that it led the seed round for Sender Wallet, a non-custodial wallet built on NEAR Protocol. Sender Wallet will use the funds to expand its R&D personnel, build global communities, and accelerate its ecosystem growth.
Sender Wallet provides a one-stop wallet management solution with various built-in features such as sending and receiving digital assets, instant swap, NFT gallery, and staking. Sender Wallet supports four mainstream browsers: Chrome, Brave, Edge and Kiwi, and is integrated with top NEAR Protocol projects, bringing users a seamless experience in exploring the dApp world.
Nicole Zhang, Investment Director at Binance Labs, said: “We have been very impressed by Sender Wallet’s growth since its launch, we also see it as important infrastructure and the ecological entrance of the NEAR ecosystem, which is why we choose to support Sender Wallet.“
“The NEAR ecosystem has been growing at an amazing pace over the past year. With the official launch of Sender Wallet, we hope to provide NEAR users with more secure asset management with a fast, smooth user experience. We’re excited to welcome Binance Labs to support our ecosystem.” said Kenny, founder of Sender Labs.
In the near future, Sender plans to strengthen security levels by working with SlowMist, launching a mobile version wallet, adding more multichain support, and integrating and communicating much more with the community and the whole NEAR ecosystem.
In addition to Binance Labs, Metaweb Ventures also participated in this investment round.
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