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OKX Wallet Announces Partnership with XOX Labs, a Decentralized DeFi Platform with Comprehensive Features

June 20 (Cointime) - OKX Wallet is proud to announce that it has partnered with XOX Labs, a decentralized DeFi platform for Swap, Stake, Store, Bridge, Refer, Invest, and Earn. The partnership aims to bring XoX Labs innovative DeFi solutions to OKX Wallet users.

As part of the partnership, OKX Wallet has added support for the XoX Labs on its Discover platform, which is a gateway that gathers many popular DeFi projects, blockchain games, DEXs, NFTs and supplementary tools. XoX Labs has also successfully integrated OKX Wallet's web extension on its dapp. XOX Labs will be also integrating and supporting the OKX Chain and OKX Dex.

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