Injective has now integrated Trezor to further allow hardware wallet support to its users!
With this new integration, any Trezor wallet user will be able to connect their wallet to Injective and approve transactions, bridge over supported assets, and have the safety of full ownership when utilizing any dApp within Injective’s ecosystem.
Injective is also the first Cosmos network that allows support for Trezor.
What is Trezor?
Trezor is one of the most popular hardware wallets worldwide that allows users to store their cryptoassets. Trezor users are able to approve transactions directly from a hardware device, instead of approving from a browser plugin.
A hardware wallet can potentially provide further security for users, as they can enable users to manage cryptoassets without exposing any sensitive information to a potentially compromised computer or network.
Why is the Trezor Integration an Important Milestone?
Injective is now the first and only blockchain within the Cosmos ecosystem to support Trezor. This enables a diverse array of new mainstream users to access dApps built on Injective.
As Injective also continues to integrate more blockchains to its already interoperable network, providing multiple wallet access points for users is crucial. This new integration with Trezor will continue to help bridge the gap for users who are looking for further use cases for their assets.
Injective is an interoperable blockchain for building powerful DeFi & Web3 applications. Injective provides out-of-the-box orderbook and derivatives primitives needed to create mainstream DeFi apps. Smart contract enabled apps on Injective are natively compatible with Ethereum and Cosmos IBC while also being able to achieve instant transaction finality. INJ is the native deflationary scarce asset that powers Injective and its rapidly growing ecosystem. Injective is incubated by Binance and is backed by Pantera Capital.