Ledger Nano S

Already 1,000,000 wallets sold globally

A light, yet solid multicurrency hardware wallet for cryptocurrencies. The Ledger Nano S is easy to carry everywhere thanks to its USB format. It has a small screen for payment validation and can be connected to any computer via USB.


Ledger Blue

The state of the art hardware wallet

A high end, multicurrency hardware wallet for cryptocurrencies. The user friendly Ledger Blue was designed with a touchscreen, yet it is still easy to hold in the palm of your hand. It can be connected via USB to a computer or any smartphone.


Why do you need a hardware wallet?

The main idea behind hardware wallets is to isolate your cryptographic secrets (private keys) from your computer or smartphone, which are easily hackable, in order to protect your bitcoins. You can then send / receive payments and check your accounts, without taking the risk of losing everything.

The Ledger Nano S and Ledger Blue support dozens of cryptocurrencies so you can hold different assets in the same hardware wallet. What’s more? The devices have unlimited capacity: you can basically add and remove applications without losing access to any of your coins.


The hardware wallets operate with their own cryptocurrencies interfaces: the Ledger Apps, which are free Google Chrome applications. They are also compatible with a wide range of other interfaces, including BitGo, Copay, Electrum, GreenBits, Mycelium, or MyEtherWallet, and are open source so anyone can build their own applications.

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Our products support dozens of cryptocurrencies

Ledger products and solutions support directly 13 cryptocurrencies, and dozens more via third party applications.

The Tech differentiating our wallets from (many) others

The two wallets are built with the same distinctive operating system (OS) called BOLOS, which we integrate in a secure chip for the Ledger wallets line. The EAL 5+ certified secure chip we are using is the same one as in your credit card or in your passport. It is a tamper resistant platform capable of securely hosting applications and data, in accordance with the rules and security requirements set by pre-authorized applications and people. Hacking a secure chip takes formidable efforts while information can be easily extracted from generic microcontrollers by amateurs. So far, Ledger has been the only player in the market to provide this technology.