Ledger Nano Crypto Hardware Wallets Review and Pricing

Here is everything you need to know about the safety, security, and convenience of Ledger wallets.

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By Aliza Vigderman Aliza Vigderman, Senior Editor, Industry Analyst
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Editors Rating:
8.2 /10

What We Like

What We Don't Like

  • No touchscreen: You have to use old-school buttons on a Ledger. We would love to see a touchscreen option.
  • Proprietary firmware: The firmware for Ledger is closed-source, meaning you have to trust that Ledger didn’t make security errors when designing it. We prefer open-source firmware, so that it can be vetted by the community.

Bottom Line

A Ledger wallet is an extremely secure way to store your crypto. And it’s great if you want excellent security at a low cost. But if you’re willing to spend more for features like a touchscreen or seedless recovery, you may want to consider Trezor, Keevo, or other hardware wallet alternatives.
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