Ledger, the cryptocurrency hardware wallet manufacturer, has integrated with DeversiFi, an exchange of the decentralized sort that caters to decentralized finance traders.
As reported by Crowdfund Insider, Ledger users will be able to connect to the DeversiFi platform from their hardware wallets:
“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.”
This isn’t the only Ledger partnership, however. Recently, as InsideBitcoins has previously reported on, Ledger partnered with Crypto.com to allow for payments within its application. “Particularly, payments can be accepted through Crypto.com Coin (CRO), Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin (BTC), Buy Ripple, as well as Litecoin,” we’ve previously stated.
The platform has already done this with BitPay as well.
As for DeversiFi, the platform has just recently launched its high-speed, self-custodial trading, according to a blog post from the group. “Professional traders now have access to the same speed of execution, clearing and speed of settlement that they are used to on large centralised exchanges such as Binance or Kraken,” the blog post notes on the matter.