- StationWallet now supports Injective integration for seamless transactions.
- Future developments include features for staking, governance, and mobile support.
In a recent tweet by StationWallet, they revealed their groundbreaking integration with Injective. Leading the path to greater interoperability, StationWallet has now officially enabled its users to view, send, and receive tokens via Injective. The announcement is merely the beginning, as staking and governance are expected to be integrated soon.
Integration update: support has been added for @Injective_ 🥷
You can now view, send, and receive tokens on Injective. Staking and governance are coming 🔜 https://t.co/ujWCuRhxmh
A quick guide to enable Injective 👇 🧵
— Station 🛰 (@StationWallet) September 6, 2023
Extending the information from their tweet, StationWallet’s web platform at station.money has been enhanced with Injective for a broader transactional reach. Further, for those accustomed to browser extensions, Injective has been made available on widely-used browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Edge, as well as their desktop application. To kickstart their Injective experience, users can click the “Enable Injective” button strategically positioned at the top right corner.
Clarifying Wallet Compatibility
Diving deeper into the details shared via tweets, if users have established or transferred their wallet post-April 2023 (specifically version v7.2.0 onwards), the incorporation is smooth. They’re merely required to enter their password. However, users who were onboard before this version would need to provide both their mnemonic seed phrase (private key) and password. This step ensures StationWallet can automatically generate keys for new cryptocurrency types, including Injective.
Concluding the series of tweets, once users follow the outlined steps, they can immediately start transacting through Injective on StationWallet. For mobile enthusiasts, there’s a slight wait. StationWallet has given a heads-up about Injective support for mobile, tentatively set for a release in mid-November. Their tweet concludes with an appreciation for the patience shown by their user base.