Ledger is a hardware wallet provider offering secure and reliable cryptocurrency storage. The Ledger Nano series, which includes the Ledger Nano X and Ledger Nano S, is one of their primary offerings. The Ledger hardware wallet is a small, portable device that can be used to store private keys, manage transactions, and monitor cryptocurrency balances

Ledger was founded in 2014 by Eric Larchevêque, Nicolas Bacca, Joel Pobeda, and Thomas France. The company has offices in Vierzon, New York, and Hong Kong, and its headquarters in Paris.

The Ledger Nano series stores private keys on a secure chip that is resistant to physical and electronic attacks and cannot be tampered with. The device also includes a display and buttons for navigating its menus and confirming transactions. Access to the device also requires a PIN code, further enhancing its security. The Ledger wallet provides a backup and recovery procedure to safeguard the user's cryptocurrency in case of a lost or damaged device.

Setting up the Ledger Nano is a straightforward process. You must download the Ledger Live software for desktop and mobile devices. After creating a new account, you will be prompted to configure your Ledger Nano by following the on-screen instructions.

When sending or receiving funds, you must connect the Ledger Nano to your computer or mobile device and confirm the transaction on the device. This ensures that your private keys are never exposed to the internet and never leave the device.

Ledger wallets support many cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, etc. It is designed with a simple, user-friendly interface that makes it easy to manage cryptocurrency balances and perform transactions. Furthermore, the Ledger Live app can be used with mobile devices, allowing users to manage their cryptocurrency on the go.