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Ledger Nano S

Protect your crypto assets with an exclusive edition of the most popular multicurrency hardware wallet in the market. This edition celebrates the 10-year anniversary of Satoshi Nakamoto's White Paper, with an original design and made-for-the-occasion box.
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Protect your crypto assets with an exclusive edition of the most popular multicurrency hardware wallet in the market. This edition celebrates the 10-year anniversary of Satoshi Nakamoto's White Paper, with an original design and made-for-the-occasion box.
White Paper Edition

Ten years ago, Satoshi Nakamoto published a white paper called “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System”, describing Bitcoin, the world’s first peer-to-peer and decentralized monetary system. Initially distributed to a cryptography mailing list, Satoshi’s White Paper instantly gained traction, and the rest is history.


The Ledger Nano S - White Paper Edition is meant as an homage to this iconic date, with its white casing and special engraving. Offering the same features as our standard device, it comes with the original white paper, in a made-for-the-occasion box. As Satoshi’s identity remains unknown, the box celebrates our dream “Crypto Band” of figures who contributed to the crypto technologies we are now familiar with.


Wishing you all a happy Satoshiversary,
Ledger

Our Crypto Gang
A few people who have contributed to the history of Bitcoin
Al Khwarizmi (780-850)
Persian scholar. Often quoted as the father of algebra, he proposed the first systematic solution of linear and quadratic equations. His name, latinized as Algorithmi, gave rise to the word algorithm.
Ada Lovelace (1815-1852)
English mathematician. Considered to have invented the first algorithm intended to be carried out by a machine, and thus, to be the first computer programmer.
Alan Turing (1912-1954)
English scientist & cryptanalyst. Contributed significantly to the development of computer science and AI, by formalizing the concepts of algorithm and computation with his Turing machine.
Hal Finney (1956-2014)
American developer and early Bitcoin user. Known to have received the first bitcoin transaction from Satoshi Nakamoto himself in January 2009.
Box contents
  • Ledger Nano S White Paper Edition
  • Crypto Gang Poster
  • Explanatory leaflet
  • White Paper booklet
  • Getting started instruction card
  • Recovery sheet
  • USB cable
  • Ledger Nano S White Paper Edition
  • Crypto Gang Poster
  • Explanatory leaflet
  • White Paper booklet
  • Getting started instruction card
  • Recovery sheet
  • USB cable

State of the art Security

Your private key giving access to your coins is never exposed. It is protected within a secure chip locked by a PIN code, the same chip than the one used for passports and credit cards.  

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Multicurrency

The Ledger Nano S supports 24 cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP and Altcoins, allowing you to manage multiple assets with the same hardware wallet.

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Simplicity

The device is controlled by only 2 buttons, and all actions can be verified on its screen. And the Ledger Live computer app enables you to easily manage your crypto transactions.

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Back up and restore

Your crypto assets stay safe even if you lose your Ledger Nano S: a confidential recovery phrase backs up your device, and your accounts can easily be restored on any Ledger device.

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Content of the box

1 USB hardware wallet

1 USB cable

1 poster

1 leaflet

1 booklet

Instructions

Dimension & weight

Size: 98mm x 18mm x 9mm.
Weight: 16.2g.

Materials

Brushed stainless steel and plastic.

No battery required.

Microcontrollers & connector

Connector: USB Type Micro-B.
Certification level: CC EAL5+.
Chips: ST31H320 (secure) + STM32F042.

Compatibility

Windows (7+), Mac (10.8+), Linux or Chrome OS. Requires Google Chrome or Chromium, and one USB port to plug your Ledger Nano S.

Cryptographic support

Message Digest: RIPEMD160, SHA224, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512, SHA3, SHA3-XOF, KECCAK
Cryptography Key, with key generation: DES (64, 128,192 bits), AES (128 bits), ECC (256 bits), RSA (1024, 2048, 3072,4096 bits)
RSA encryption with PKCS1 v1.5, PKCS1 OEAP, NOPAD schemes
HMAC Signature: HMAC-SHA256, HMAC-SHA512
RSA Signature with PKCS1 v1.5, PKCS1 PSS schemes
Elliptic Curve Signature: ECDSA/EC-Schnorr (SECP256K1, SECP256R1, Brainpool256R1, Brainpool256T1), EdDSA (Ed25519)
Elliptic Curve Diffie Hellman: ECDH (SECP256K1, SECP256R1, Brainpool256R1, Brainpool256T1, Curve25519)
Symmetric Cryptography: DES, Triple-DES, AES with ISO9797M1, ISO9797M2, NOPAD schemes
Random Number Generation: RND, Prime RND (hardware support TRNG)

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