Ledger joined forces with Intel

Ledger partners with Intel to deploy  SGX technology on ElectrumWallet and MyEtherWallet  
25 October 2017   602

The well-known manufacturer of hardware cryptowallets Ledger announced a partnership with Intel.

According to the press release, the companies will work on integrating the BOLOS operating system (Blockchain Open Ledger Operating System) used in the Ledger wallets into the Intel product line, where Software Guard Extensions (SGX) technology is used.

We have seen an increasing demand from the market for secure solutions to manage crypto assets over the past couple of years. Following the launch of a line of hardware wallets based on our operating system integrated in a secure chip, working with a leading player like Intel is a unique opportunity to keep providing our growing client base with innovative solutions for cryptocurrency and blockchain applications.

Eric Larchevêque

CEO, Ledger

The new development will be integrated into popular software cryptowallets, including Electrum and MyEtherWallet. The solution from Intel will protect important data from unauthorized use with the so-called SGX-enclaves, which, in particular, will store private keys and sign transactions. 

Ledger Nano S to Support New 8 Coins

Additionally,  Ledger team plans to add new coins every first Tuesday of the month
08 August 2018   403

The team of the popular hardware wallet for crypto Ledger announced support for eight new assets for Ledger Nano S, as well as plans to add new coins every first Tuesday of the month.

So, from today, the following assets are available in Ledger Live for Ledger Nano S: PoA, Icon, Vechain, WanChain, Ontology, Kowala, Particl and RSK.

It is reported that the process of applying for the new coins listing and validation is becoming more simple and transparent, and similar releases for new assets will continue to occur every first Tuesday of the month with one batch.

In July, Tron and Zcoin were added to Ledger Nano S wallets.