Before we get deep into Ledger Hardware it’s better to understand the meaning of Hardware Wallet. Mainly hardware wallet is an offline device which is now used to keep your data and transaction safe so that it does not get hacked.
For instance, bank account, it is safe and secured and so will be your wallet. A hardware is generally a safe way to keep all your cryptocurrencies data in a hidden way.
It is a great news for users that France has decided that Tron (TRX) will be supported by the Ledger Nano S from now onwards. This came into consideration when a question was asked on Twitter.
The question was related to the upcoming plans of Ledger, in response to this, the social media spoke person asked the developers from Tron to work with them and figure out the technical issues of Tron’s Blockchain. For the future of the country and in order to make the system transparent the duo has decided to collaborate and work together.
The users will have to keep in mind that the latest version of Bitcoin App must be installed on your mobile phones. This hardware wallet can be inserted in any of the computers via USB code, once this has been inserted you can use your pin code in order to access it.
It also allows you to keep updated with all your previous transactions and also sending and receiving payment will be an easy task on this platform.
Ledger Wallet has interestingly made this hardware available and the official website has also said that a kit will also be provided with a free OTG kit to connect with your device.
The users can also take part and vote through this unique hardware wallet by using chrome wallet in Tron Super Representative Election. The team claims that it is the safest way to use in the field of crypto-currency.
Here is the official link on how to install and use Tron (TRX) on Ledger Nano S. (Visit Here)
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