Microsoft is apparently thinking of adding Copilot to Edge's Crypto Wallet

At this point it's only hinted at.

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In today’s fast-paced world of ever-evolving technology, Microsoft’s Edge browser is not lagging far behind. Its recent move to incorporate Copilot into its crypto wallet is a significant stride towards the future.

Combining artificial intelligence and cryptocurrency management could alter how we handle digital currencies. But let’s delve more into this, okay?

According to Windows Latest, a feature called “msCryptoWalletCopilot” was shown in Microsoft’s Edge Canary build. This new aspect hints at a time when Copilot will help with browsing and managing your crypto assets.

Although we could not see this feature as anticipated, it’s the idea that matters most—having a Copilot for your crypto wallet may suggest you are informed about what’s happening in cryptocurrencies and receive portfolio analysis and management advice. But money is sensitive, so we doubt Copilot’s ability to handle this delicate task.

Microsoft has been considering the crypto wallet for quite some time in Edge. The intention is to create a smooth experience for managing cryptocurrencies.

Think about your crypto wallet being available as a Progressive Web App (PWA), pinned straight onto your Taskbar or Start menu, accessible without even launching the browser. This idea is more than just convenient; it’s about effortlessly incorporating cryptocurrency into our regular digital activities.

Nevertheless, the path to include Copilot in Edge’s crypto wallet is unfinished. Even with the leaks and discussions, Edge’s stable channel has not yet received this. However, it shows Microsoft’s desire for innovation by trying even in unknown areas, like managing cryptocurrencies through a browser.

Also, we must not overlook that Edge is not the pioneer in this field. Brave Browser has already been involved with crypto wallets and even recently included support for Bitcoin.

The merging of Copilot with Edge’s crypto wallet is a hint at the future, where AI helps not just surf the web but also handle digital money matters. It would not be the first time, though: for instance, we recently discovered Microsoft plans to integrate Copilot in Edge’s Screenshot tool.

Still, this journey isn’t finished yet, and the feature has not shown itself fully, but the potential for a more joined-up digital experience could be seen soon. Paying attention to this space makes us think about what comes next for Microsoft Edge and its engaging experiences with Copilot.

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