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Try NC Wallet Browser Extension

Try NC Wallet Browser Extension

Our browser extension is released! Now, access your crypto assets anytime with a single click — right from your web browser.

NC Wallet is now available as an extension for all Chromium browsers: Google Chrome, CryptoTab, Microsoft Edge, Opera, and others. With the embedded wallet, you can make instant, secure, and no-commission crypto payments using more than 20+ cryptocurrencies. It’s a seamless way for making transactions for users with any crypto experience.

Easily and safely confirm transactions on the fly right from the browser window: without extra logins and jumping across tabs.

As well as in the app, the most popular networks and currencies are available here (including BTC, ETH, MATIC, USDT, USDC, BNB, and BUSD). Forget additional steps and complexities — with NC Wallet transferring crypto is as simple as sending an email. Install a free extension and enjoy borderless crypto payments!

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