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On July 25, 2018, the Google Chrome App Store, a platform that enables users of the most widely utilized web browser in the world to install native browser apps, removed Ethereum wallet MetaMask from its store.

As a popular open-source and non-custodial Ethereum wallet integrated into significant browsers including Google Chrome, FireFox, and Brave, MetaMask has been the go-to wallet for decentralized application (dApp) users on Ethereum, mostly due to its simplistic user interface that allows users to initiate transactions on the Ethereum main chain with minimal effort.

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