Trezor developers have announced that version 8 of the Trezor Connect software "will go offline by the end of 2023”, and is being replaced by the new Trezor Connect version 9.
Given the effort required to update the Trezor Connect implementation in Sovryn Alpha and maintain compatibility with Trezor Connect version 9, along with the fact that we have a new web application with version 9 support, Sovryn developers have decided to deprecate support for connecting to Sovryn Alpha directly using a Trezor hardware wallet.
Sovryn users who want to continue using a Trezor have three options:
Steps for options 2 and 3 are described in more detail below.
Enkrypt will now be connected to Sovryn Alpha using your Trezor's Rootstock address on the Rootstock derivation path.
MetaMask will now be connected to Sovryn Alpha using your Trezor's Rootstock address on the Ethereum derivation path.