Ledger-friendly third-party wallet
The third-party lets you connect your Ledger device to their platform, so you can securely display your balances and manage your transactions.
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What is Ubiq
Ubiq is an open-source fork of the Ethereum codebase with a suite of wallets. Pyrus, the web-based, client-side browser of Ubiq is compatible with Ledger devices and is a non-custodial interface for exchanging or transferring Ubiq and any ERC-20 compatible tokens.
Users can send online and offline transactions without exposing their private keys to the Internet. Ledger is also integrated with Sparrow, Ubiq’s browser extension for payment, dapp, and identity management.
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 + Ubiq
Private keys remain encrypted on a cold device with the most robust security features, making it one of the safest ways to store your funds.
Securely manage transactions
Send and receive Ubiq tokens safely.
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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 secured environment.
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.
Hardware wallets are one of the key tools crypto-users have to keep their funds secure. Ledger’s suite of products are a great option for individuals looking for a physical wallet as its solution makes it easy for individuals to interact with cryptocurrencies.
Kosala Hemachandra, CEO myEtherWallet