Users can now create EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) wallets from pre-existing EVM wallets such as Polygon MATIC, AVAX, and FTM.
This allows users to view the same private key on different chains. A useful application of this is to find tokens that may have been sent to the wrong network by accident. Such as BEP20 (Binance tokens) sent to an ETH wallet.
Users can perform this action by tapping into any of your EVM wallets and then tap the gear icon located at the upper right.
From here you'll see "Split X" for the different available EVM wallets. Simply tap on which you'd like to add and you will then make a new wallet from that key.