Trust Wallet posted on Twitter today, reminding the crypto community that there are just “a few days left” until the Trust Wallet Extension best roadmap proposal vote is closed.
In the tweet, Trust Wallet included a link to the community voting page, which shows ten proposals made for the browser extension roadmap by Trust Wallet users that the team hand-picked for the voting process.
Some of the hand-picked suggestions are in support of a Trust Wallet browser. In these suggestions, the Trust Wallet users shared what features they would like to see in the extension. One of the features is to receive a notification when a user opens a suspicious site. Another feature request is the ability to directly swap tokens through the extension.
Some of the other feature requests mentioned in the hand-picked suggestions include the ability to store and trade NFTS, a paid Pro tier that will allow users to open and import multiple wallets with one seed phrase, as well as a full-screen mode.
There are some users, however, who are not in support of a Trust Wallet browser extension. One of the suggestions stated that it would be best to launch the browser extension only when it can compete with the likes of Metamask, which is currently the most popular Web3 browser extension.
Any Twitter user that would like to see the suggestions or vote for their favorite roadmap proposal can do so by placing a vote on the project’s voting page. The voting window will be open until Tuesday, January 13, 2023, at 9 a.m. UTC.
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