Monero: Official Ledger Support with GUI ‘Dropping Soon’

Monero says official support for cryptocurrency hardware wallet manufacturer Ledger is imminent.

Riccardo Spagni, one of Monero’s core team members, says the final firmware update for XMR support is ‘dropping soon.’ The final release will include GUI support for the Ledger Nano S.

Monero first revealed beta support for Ledger in its dev kit about a month ago and has been working to iron out the kinks.

Hardware wallets are physical devices that allow you to securely store your cryptocurrency offline. You can then connect the device to your computer/internet and use a pin code to access and exchange your funds.

Right now, twenty five cryptocurrencies are currently listed as having full support on the Ledger Nano S.

You can also use the Ledger wallet to store ERC20 tokens. Here’s a guide on how to transfer ERC20 tokens to a Ledger Nano S and send ERC20 tokens from a Ledger Nano S.

Here’s Ledger’s current list of officially supported coins:

• Bitcoin (BTC)
• Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
• Bitcoin Gold (BTG)
• Ethereum (ETH)
• Ethereum Classic (ETC)
• Litecoin (LTC)
• Dogecoin (DOGE)
• Zcash (ZEC)
• Ripple (XRP)
• Dash (DASH)
• Stratis (STRAT)
• Komodo (KMD)
• Ark (ARK)
• Expanse (EXP)
• Ubiq (UBQ)
• Vertcoin (VTC)
• Viacoin (VIA)
• Neo (NEO)
• Stealthcoin (XST)
• Stellar (XLM)
• Hcash (HSR)
• Digibyte (DGB)
• Qtum (QTUM)
• PivX (PIVX)
• PosW (POSW)

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