Our goal with Coinbase Wallet is to create the world’s leading user-custodied crypto wallet. Coinbase Wallet already supports , , Ethereum, , and over built on Ethereum. Adding support for Litecoin is an important next step in that direction.
The new Wallet update with Litecoin support will roll out to all users on iOS and Android over the next few weeks. LTC support is activated by default — all you need to do is tap ‘Receive’ on the main wallet tab and select Litecoin to send LTC to your Coinbase Wallet.
Coinbase Wallet supports both newer SegWit address formats for lower miner fees, as well as Legacy addresses for backwards compatibility in all applications.
And, as always, your private keys are encrypted on your phone using Secure Enclave technology, to bring you best-in-class security. This specialized hardware is considered the most secure way to safeguard private data on mobile devices.
Wallet also supports the Litecoin Testnet to aid developers and power users. You can switch to the testnet from the Advanced Settings section of the Settings tab. We also plan to add support for the JSON Payment Protocol in the future.
If you have only ever used the primary Coinbase app (or Coinbase.com), we encourage you to check out Coinbase Wallet. The Coinbase Wallet app is . With Coinbase.com, you can buy crypto and Coinbase stores it (along with your private keys) for you; with Coinbase Wallet, you store your own crypto (safeguarded by a private key that only you know). To learn more, visit .
We hope you enjoy using Coinbase Wallet. Your feedback helps us make Wallet better for everyone. You can reach us at email@example.com.
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