by Lumi Wallet

Covalent wallet

Free Covalent wallet for Web, Android, and iOS. Send or Receive Covalent for more than 1000 coins and tokens.

What is Covalent?

Covalent (CQT) - is the native ERC-20 token of the Covalent Network. Covalent provides a unified API bringing visibility to billions of blockchain data points. Covalent leverages big-data technologies to create meaning from hundreds of billions of data points, delivering actionable insights to investors and allowing developers to allocate resources to higher-utility goals within their organization. CQT token has three primary purposes: CQT is a governance token, for staking assets. And CQT is a network access token that fulfils data queries for users of the API. The token was created by Ganesh Swami, who is a physicist by training, and started his career designing algorithms for cancer drugs in the pharmaceutical space.

Buy crypto with Apple Pay or credit card

You can take your first steps in cryptocurrency for as little as $50, and you don't need to go through KYC for purchases up to $150.
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Send & Receive Covalent

With Lumi Wallet receiving and sending cryptocurrency is fast and simple.

Exchange crypto to other tokens or coins

Users can easily and quickly create their own portfolio without the risk of price fluctuations during exchange.

Instant exchange with a fixed rate is a guarantee of receiving the exact amount of cryptocurrency without hidden fees.

High-level security

Private keys are under client control, they are never sent or stored outside your device.

Non-custodial wallet with no registration or KYC required can be accessed on iOS, Android and Web. User is the only owner of the private key.

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