How to buy Ethereum?
How to buy Ethereum easily and safely in 2 simple steps?
Step 1: Select the Ethereum compatible hardware wallet of your choice.
Step 2: Buy Ethereum directly on Ledger Live with our partner.
Buy an Ethereum hardware wallet to securely store your Ethereum
When you want to invest your hard earned money in cryptocurrencies, 2 things really matter: security and ownership of your crypto.
A hardware wallet is the best way to secure your funds while giving you the freedom to manage everything on your own. You are the only one in charge.
Buy Ethereum directly on Ledger Live
You can directly buy Ethereum in Ledger Live, with our partner Coinify. The application provides you with Ethereum price information. You can buy your Ethereum by Credit Card or Bank Transfer and it will be automatically send by Coinify to your hardware wallet and secured.
You can also buy Ethereum on other plateforms and then secure it with your hardware wallet.
Securely manage your Ethereum and more.
With Ledger Live, you can securely manage your Ethereum and more than 1500 different assets on one single app.
Buy Ethereum and protect them with the leader in crypto security
Ledger offers the best security for your crypto. Your hardware wallet always keeps your keys to your coins offline and secured.
One place for all your crypto.
Our hardware wallets are compatible with more than 1500 different assets, including Ethereum.
Ledger gives you full control over your crypto: manage and buy your crypto, anytime, anywhere with the Ledger Live app. You are in charge.
Why consider a hardware wallet when buying crypto
An Ethereum wallet helps you protect your private key, not storing your Ethereum. If you are fairly new to cryptocurrencies you might still be struggling with the concept of private key and why it’s so important. Perhaps you just get into cryptocurrency by purchasing coins on an exchange platform but didn’t even realize that they hold the private keys to your cryptocurrency.
When you own cryptocurrencies, what you really own is a “private key”, a critical piece of information used to authorize outgoing transactions on the blockchain network. Holding the private keys gives you access to your crypto, like holding a pin code to your debit card; in short it gives you access to your funds.
« If you are keeping your crypto assets on an exchange, you are entrusting a third party with these private keys and mandating them to serve as a safeguard. »
Being a crypto investor requires taking security seriously and owning your private keys gives you much more power and control. The main principle behind hardware wallets is to provide full isolation between the private keys and your easy-to-hack computer or smartphone. The only people you can trust for storing your crypto assets is yourself.
How to manage your Ethereum (ETH)
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Buy and securely manage Ethereum (ETH) and more cryptocurrencies with Ledger Live
What is Ethereum (ETH)
The concept for Ethereum was proposed by a 19-year old named Vitalik Buterin in 2013 as a platform that took the idea of Bitcoin’s blockchain and extended it to encompass the storage and execution of Turing-complete computer programs. Ethereum has since become the fifth fastest growing open-source project on Github with an unusual history and compelling potential.
Frequently Asked Questions
Enjoy peace of mind knowing that your Ethereum are safe
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recently purchased the Nano Ledger X, and the simple, easy-to-use interface helped me to easily transfer my Bitcoins from Coinbase. Products like the Nano Ledger X will help cryptos such as Bitcoin become adopted the broader society.
Really nice. Fast delivery, good online tutorials, the cold wallet has support for multiple apps and also supports 'staking' using Ledger Live.