Solana wallet provider Solflare announced that it has integrated MetaMask Snaps, allowing users of the popular crypto wallet MetaMask to directly manage their Solana portfolios.
Millions of users get seamless Solana experience
According to details, Solflare is making the Solana Blockchain easier to access and use with the new integration. Thanks to the plugin called MetaMask Snaps, Solflare will allow MetaMask users to interact with various dApps within the Solana ecosystem.
Solflare co-founder Filip Dragoslavic noted that “issues” setting up new wallets are keeping potential users from logging into the Solana ecosystem. Dragoslavic said, “This integration enables Web3’s largest user base to simply try Solana. “It will also be a game changer,” he said.
Christian Montoya, MetaMask Snaps product lead, said moving MetaMask users to Solana DApps is a big step towards a “more seamless user experience.”
MetaMask Snaps started integrations
The highly anticipated MetaMask Snaps are designed to enable users to interact with different blockchain networks. In an interview with Cointelegraph during Korea Blockchain Week, ConsenSys strategy chief Simon Morris described Snaps as “an Apple App Store for MetaMask,” allowing third-party developers to launch DApps called “Snaps.”
Additionally, the feature allows users to manage SOL, Solana Program Library tokens, and NFTs through MetaMask. The announcement highlighted that it allows existing MetaMask users to integrate their wallets with Ethereum and other Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) chains on the Solana Blockchain. cryptokoin.com As we reported, MetaMask made a new move for Ethereum last week.
Because Solana has a different infrastructure, accessing the ecosystem requires Solana-specific wallets such as Solflare. However, thanks to the new feature, users will be able to manage their interactions with Solana through MetaMask. MetaMask users who want to connect to Solana need to visit Solflare’s website. They will also connect their wallet to any Solana app. After the installation process, users will be able to migrate their EVM assets to Solana.
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