Ledger, a security and infrastructure solutions for critical digital assets and blockchain applications, announced on Friday it has integrated with DeversiFi, a decentralized exchange that offers traders an “edge in fast-moving” decentralized finance (DeFi) markets.
According to Ledger, users will be able to connect their Ledger hardware devices directly to the DeversiFi platform, similar to how users have previously been able to access Metamask or Tokenset.
“Ledger users will have access to high-speed transactions, instant settlement, and deep liquidity from professional cryptocurrency traders through the integration while retaining complete control of their crypto assets and private keys. These added benefits will allow users to experience the convenience and ease-of-use typically found in centralized solutions.”
Ledger further revealed that the partnership comes on the heels of the recently announced DeversiFI’s platform upgrade – DeversiFi 2.0 – and the integration of StarkWare, a scalability solution for non-custodial trading and the most robust protocol in the Zero-Knowledge Proof (ZKP) family.
“Traders will now have access to a variety of industry significant improvements, including a current transaction settlement rate of over 9000 transactions per second, and the ability to increase this rate, if required.”