Ledger’s New Feature Connects Hardware Wallets to Web 3 Apps
Ledger is improving on its hardware wallets by adding browser extension on Safari called ‘Ledger Connect’ allowing users of Ledger hardware wallets to easily connect with Web 3 applications without relying on third parties. dependencies. Ledger Connect includes a security layer that will alert customers in the situation that a certain app looks suspicious.
The new feature will first only be compatible with the Ledger Nano X and Mobile Safari. During its beta launch it will only be compatible with Ethereum and Solana before branching out to other protocols, the company announced in a blogpost on Tuesday.
Ledger adds that support for its Ledger Nano S Plus and Desktop is in the works and will be introduced at a later time.
Charles Hamel, Ledger’s vice president of product, commented on the development and said it is meant to ease the process of setting up a wallet for users, by connecting one’s wallet directly to a browser with “no hackable software in the middle.”
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