Waves Integrates With Ledger Nano S Wallet To Boost Blockchain Token Security

Waves Integrates With Ledger To Increase Token Security

Are you worried about how secure your Wave tokens are? If you are, we have great news for you. Waves, a decentralized crypto platform that offers an ecosystem for developers who want to create dapps (decentralized applications), has recently announced a new partnership with the famous Ledger, the blockchain security company that develops hardware wallets.

After this union, you will not be able to store your Waves tokens directly into your Ledger Nano S crypto hardware wallet. According to the companies, this will bring a new level of security for the Waves’ clients as they will be able to store their money away from the internet in this unhackable device and to perform token transactions with the confidence that they are safe.

This integration supports full compatibility, so all third-party tokens issued using a Waves-based platform will be able to be stored on the device without any issues.

Users of Waves DEX will be able to sign transactions directly from their Ledger wallets, which can make you more secure when trading. Waves DEX is a decentralized platform for trading cryptos and it has a daily liquidity of more than $6,000,000 USD.

The CEO and founder of Waves, Sasha Ivanov, has affirmed that this partnership will make Waves bulletproof as you will now finally be able to store it in the most secure way possible.

At the moment, you can buy a Ledger Nano S from many online stores and its price is often lower than $100 USD.

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