Smart contracts are at the core of the Nexo Wallet. Their purpose? Simplify the Web3 experience.
Build your on-chain persona and aggregate all your crypto and NFTs under one Identity.
Batch multiple transactions to execute them at once and save on gas fees.
Cover gas fees across all supported networks with native tokens, a variety of stablecoins, or wrapped Ether (wETH).
Supply assets and earn passive income on audited protocols with just a couple of clicks.
Connect multiple wallets under one single Identity to track all your digital assets from a single dashboard.
Send, receive, and swap crypto on Ethereum, Polygon, BNB Chain, Avalanche, and Fantom.
Aggregate liquidity from multiple decentralized exchanges (DEXs) to get the best possible price. Trade assets between connected wallets to save on time and fees.
Your Identity is a unique wallet address that can be connected to one or more non-custodial wallets. Here’s how to get started:
With the Nexo Wallet, we have laid the foundations for the ultimate Web3 journey. Here is how we plan to build on top of it.
The Nexo Wallet’s smart contracts passed the independent Hacken audit with a 10/10 score to meet the highest blockchain security standards.
Decentralized Identity is a type of identity management that allows the control of personal information existing online without the involvement of third parties (social media, email service providers, etc.).
With the current version of the Nexo Wallet, you can create your own decentralized Identity. We will pair it with an existing or newly created wallet address, and you will be able to use the wallet to sign transactions.
Additionally, the Nexo Wallet allows you to pair your Identity with an external, non-custodial wallet, such as Metamask. This will help you aggregate all your assets in a single dashboard and under one Identity.
Non-custodial wallets serve as the main entry point for users opting to self-custody their assets and interact with blockchain applications. They can be accessed only through a seed phrase – a cluster of words, generated randomly by your wallet, proving the ownership of funds stored in the wallet. With a non-custodial wallet, you can execute transactions on DEXs, trade NFTs, swap tokens, earn interest, and more.
Smart wallets are non-custodial wallets controlled through smart contracts that allow for an ecosystem of asset management features to be built on top. Among the most popular features are transaction batching, wallet aggregation, and paying gas fees with non-native tokens, all of which can be found on the Nexo Wallet.
You can add funds to your Nexo Wallet before you have created your decentralized Identity. When you click on the “Receive Assets” button in the upper right corner of their dashboard, a unique Identity address will be displayed on the screen to be copied and pasted on the respective sender platform. Once done, you can transfer funds to your Nexo Wallet via one of the five supported chains.
The Nexo Wallet supports five networks – Ethereum, Polygon, BNB Chain, Avalanche, and Fantom. Each of them requires a separate Identity, which can be created with a click of a button. You can manage your existing digital Identities from the section in the top right corner of the dashboard.
The Nexo Wallet requires creating a new account so that you can manage your own Identity and funds in self-custody.
You can create a native Nexo Wallet in just a few simple steps:
Once you confirm your password, you’ll be transferred back to your dashboard, and you’ll receive a notification that your native Nexo Wallet has been successfully created.
To import your existing non-custodial wallet, such as Metamask, you can follow these steps:
You can supply assets to the available protocols on multiple networks and keep track of your positions from the Dashboard or the My Positions section.
To get started, you need to activate your Identity on the network where you want to earn. For example, you can generate yield with Compound on the Ethereum mainnet and the Polygon network. You can supply assets in the protocols from your Identity or any connected self-custodial wallet. Here is how to do it: