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Ledger-friendly third-party DEX
The Ether Delta third-party DEX lets you connect your Ledger device to their platform, so you can securely display your balances and manage your transactions.
What is Ether Delta
EtherDelta is a non-custodial decentralized exchange (DEX) on the Ethereum blockchain for securely swapping between ETH and other Ethereum tokens (i.e., ERC-20, ERC-721, etc.) without going through a centralized intermediary.
Orderbooks execute P2P order-matching and leverage atomic swaps to settle the exchange of assets between users. The web-based interface is integrated with MetaMask for plugging into the Ethereum network.
Why do you need a hardware wallet?
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. Whoever has the knowledge of this key can spend the associated funds. Hence the famous expression “not your (private) keys, not your bitcoins”. Owning your private keys gives you much more power and control.
Choose Ledger + Ether Delta
Keep control of your private keys using our state-of-the-art security hardware wallet - you do not have to entrust an exchange to safeguard your funds anymore.
EtherDelta allows users to easily trade & swap between ETH and other Ethereum tokens (i.e., ERC-20, ERC-721, etc.).
Preserve your privacy
You don't have to make a KYC and a DEX does not hold customer records.
Ether Delta supported assets
Discover our products
To make sure you securely manage your crypto, we designed two
hardware wallets: the Ledger Nano S and the Ledger Nano X. Our devices
allow you to manage multiple assets with a single hardware wallet, in a
Ledger Nano S
Protect your crypto with the first and only independtly-
certified hardware wallet on the market.
Ledger Nano X
The Ledger Nano X is a new Bluetooth enabled secure
device that protects your crypto.
Please do not store more coins on an exchange (including @krakenfx) than you need to actively trade. Use Ledger or Trezor. DEXes are not a panacea — look at the DAO. Open source just means exploits will be discovered sooner (probably not by good guys).
Jesse Powell, CEO Kraken