Bitski’s Web3 wallet is now integrating Ledger hardware wallet support to provide greater security to its browser-based application.

Bitski allows Ledger users import their wallet credentials to Bitski using their own keys. Ledger users will be able to connect their Bitski wallets with decentralized applications (dapps), and securely transfer money in and out of Ledger.

Bitski will integrate a transaction simulation to help users identify security risks before signing an official transfer. The wallet allows users to switch between the Polygon and Ethereum networks. This will support users purchasing non-fungible ( NFTs ) tokens on both networks.

Donnie Dinch is the CEO and cofounder of Bitski. He told CoinDesk, that Ledger shares similar values when it comes to prioritizing security and creating an intuitive wallet experience.

Dinch said, “We are excited to be working with a hardware wallet leader that is focused both on the user experience and a beautiful design.” “Ledger Users who want to store their most precious NFTs or digital collectibles have now a beautiful and UX-focused home in the Bitski wallet.”

Ian Rogers said that the partnership with Bitski was an important step towards accessibility and interoperability.

He said: “We are committed to making crypto accessible to everyone by combining Bitski’s easy-to-use interface with our expertise in wallet security.”

Ledger, one of the leading producers of physical crypto wallets, has recently partnered up with several brands and initiatives, including Coinbase, a leading crypto exchange; Samsung, a technology giant; and Swiss-watchmaker Hublot.

Bitski is on a mission beyond the Ledger collaboration to integrate security in its user experience. launched a mobile wallet, browser extension tool in February. This is similar to the popular cryptocurrency wallet Metamask.

Rosie Perper is the editor.