Radar Relay to Support Ledger Hardware Wallets

Radar Relay announced Ledger hardware wallet integration and provided instructions of how to use the wallet in the system
18 January 2018   1848

Radar Relay is a relayer that uses the 0x protocol to host an off-chain order book of individually signed orders, while not being an exchange, as relayers display and manage orders but do not hold assets or execute trades themselves.

On January 18 Radar Relay announced that in addition to supporting MetaMask, it added support for Ledger hardware wallets stating that Ledger is a secure, trusted, and widely available hardware wallet on the market.

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The users who want to integrate Radar Relay and Ledger Wallet should:

  • Connect their Ledger hardware wallet to the computer
  • Enter PIN code to unlock the device
  • Open the Ethereum Application on the Ledger
  • Open the wallet drawer on the Radar Relay app
  • Select the Ledger radio button at the top of the drawer and follow the instructions
  • Use the dropdown to set which Ledger address they want to use
  • Click the enable toggle next to a token
  • Choose the gas price they would like to use with the slider that appears and click the create transaction button
  • Confirm the transaction on the Ledger

Moreover,  Radar Relay reported adding a new marketplace selection that allows users to choose between token pair denominations, where WETH and DAI are currently available.

Earlier today we have reported that wallet manufacturer Ledger raised $75 000 000 during series B investment round.

Ledger to Get CSPN Certificate

CSPN Certificate is issued by National Agency for Information Systems Security of France
19 March 2019   124

Ledger Nano S is the first hardware cryptowallet certified by the French Information Systems Security Agency (ANSSI).

As noted in the company's blog, the process of obtaining the first level of a security certificate involves evaluating a product according to several criteria, including " firewall, identification, authentication and access, secure communications and embedded software."

We are proud to announce this independent certification from ANSSI. At Ledger, security is paramount, and while anyone can claim to have a secure product, it means much more coming from a trusted third party. This is an important milestone for Ledger, but it is only the starting point of a broader effort to certify all our products.
 

Eric Larchevêque

CEO, Ledger

Recently the French manufacturer of hardware wallets Ledger reported on vulnerabilities of its competitor Trezor.