Ledger, a cryptocurrency storage service provider, is adding ERC-20 tokenToken
– is an accounting unit that is used to represent a digital balance in an asset.Details support to its own Ledger Live app.
ERC-20 tokens in Ledger Live
Previously, users of the Ledger and Ledger Live hardware wallets could only store ERC-20 tokens, but could not send and receive them. To interact with their tokens, Ledger users had to connect their wallets to third-party applications such as MyEtherWallet or MetaMask.
"Adding ERC20 tokens gives us the ability to support more than 1250 new assets, including stable coins." – Ledger Live.
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- In the near future, Ledger plans to offer its users more "useful services", such as support for DeFi.
- In June, Ledger announced that Binance Chain support is now available on the platform for their latest hardware wallet, Nano Ledger X.
Editor: Jerg Wos