Trust Wallet Browser Extension Now Supports Ledger Cold Storage Wallets

Trust Wallet, a top provider of multi-chain and self-custodial wallets, has announced the availability of Ledger hardware compatibility for its Trust Wallet Browser Extension. The move marks a significant milestone in the company’s history and for the over 60 million users who trust the platform.

The latest update means that Trust Wallet’s entire community can now utilize the platform’s seamless functionality to access Web3 while keeping their private keys completely offline. With the addition of Ledger hardware support, Trust Wallet is building on its foundation of security and functionality, allowing its users to enjoy the benefits of both hot and cold wallets.

Michael Lwin, Product Manager for the Trust Wallet Browser Extension, said, “We are thrilled to bring Ledger support to our community and to build on our foundation of security. Security has always been a top priority for Trust Wallet, and we’re beyond excited to offer everyone who loves and uses Trust Wallet more options to manage their assets.”

Trust Wallet has always prioritized security, and with the addition of Ledger hardware support, the company is taking another step forward in ensuring the safety of its users’ digital assets. Cold storage wallets like Ledger are never connected to the internet, offering an additional level of security, making them ideal for long-term storage of digital assets. In contrast, Trust Wallet is a hot wallet connected to the internet, making it perfect for exploring Web3 dApps, day-to-day transactions, and managing digital assets safely.

In addition to Ledger hardware support, Trust Wallet’s latest update also includes the highly-requested multi-wallet feature. The feature allows users to add, import, and manage all their wallets, including all Trust Wallet and Ledger wallet addresses, in one place. Each wallet is associated with its secret phrase, minimizing risk and keeping assets more secure. The multi-wallet feature also lets users create separate wallets for DeFi, gaming, cold storage, day-to-day transactions, and more.

Testnets 10, which allow users to experiment with cryptocurrencies in a controlled environment, are also part of the latest update. To get started with Ledger and Trust Wallet, users need to install the Trust Wallet Browser Extension if they don’t already have it. They can then follow the simple instructions to set up their Ledger with Trust Wallet.

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