Decentralized applications (dApps) have become increasingly popular in recent years, and with Frontier wallet, you can easily access and use a wide range of native dApps.
These dApps allow you to perform a variety of actions such as lending, liquidity provisioning (LPing), staking and more. In this section, we'll guide you through the process of using native dApps on Frontier Wallet.
Before you can use a dApp, you need to make sure that you are on the correct blockchain. Frontier Wallet supports 35+ blockchains, such as Ethereum, Solana, Polygon, Arbitrum, etc., so make sure you choose the right one for the dApp you want to use.
Once you are on the correct chain, you can browse the available dApps by clicking on the "Explore" section on the Frontier Wallet home screen.
Once you have selected the dApp, you can choose the specific action you want to perform. This can be lending, LPing, staking, swapping, bridging, or any other action supported by the dApp.
Before completing the transaction, you will be prompted to review the details and make sure everything is correct.
Once you have verified all the details, you can sign the transaction. You will be prompted to enter your Frontier passcode.
If the passcode is validated, the transaction will go through and you can monitor the status via the Activity tab.
With Frontier Wallet, you can stay in control of your funds and access the full potential of the decentralized ecosystem in a single spot.