- MetaMask and Ledger resolve connectivity issues spurred by Chromium browser updates.
- Users must upgrade MetaMask to v10.5.0 and their Ledger firmware to experience smooth and hassle-free integration.
Following an update made to Chromium-based browsers over the year, Metamask and Ledger functionality has been pretty difficult and hanging in the balance. But guess what? All that is now in the past as MetaMask and Ledger just announced the launch of a new Ledger and MetaMask integration on Chrome.
Thanks to this new move, the integration now works almost seamlessly. That said, the company advised users to upgrade MetaMask to v10.5.0 while also updating their Ledger firmware to explore and experience a smoother signing flow when using MetaMask and Ledger Nano wallet.
Like we mentioned earlier, this new integration from MetaMask and Ledger is a welcome development. Earlier this year, an update made on Chromium-based browsers seriously impacted how MetaMask and Ledger Nano hardware wallet integrated within most browsers. This made securing your Ledger Wallet and MetaMask account super difficult. Without mincing words, this serious technical glitch affected the entire Web3 community.
But with all that now resolved, MetaMask and Ledger users can return to enjoying the smooth experience they once enjoyed with Chromium browsers. All users needed to do was update their Metamask and Ledger Nano wallets. It’s that simple.
Unveiling The MetaMask-Ledger Partnership
While MetaMask and Ledger Nano wallet have been working around the clock to resolve the integration issue caused by an upgrade on Chromium-based browsers earlier this year, MetaMask is also excited to announce to its teeming community about its new partnership with Ledger. Thanks to the new partnership with Ledger, the company will now be able to guarantee ease of use and robust security for all users. Without a doubt, this is an exciting time for both MetaMask and Ledger users who have struggled for many months, no thanks to the integration issues faced on Chromium-based browsers.