“Ledger now supports” VeChain [VET], Ontology [ONT] and few more cryptocurrencies
Ledger, a global leader for securing digital assets, has declared its support to Ontology [ONT], VeChain [VET] and six other cryptocurrencies. Yesterday, 7th August, 2018 on the popular social platform, Twitter, the company made the announcement of supporting the transactions to those cryptocurrencies. The list of digital currencies that are being supported by the platform are Ontology [ONT], WanChain [WAN], VeChain [VET], Icon [ICX], Kowala, POA [POA] and Rootstock [RSK].
The company has also informed that its desktop wallet will soon facilitate the Ledger support. The updates would soon be published by the company. A segment of the Ledger wallet’s Crypto Tuesday release has been this Ledger support.
The Blog post
The official post of Ledger on the blog has mentioned, “While we’re proud to be supported by such an active community, we’re also conscious that we can go even further to help developers prepare applications for Ledger devices.”
The post has further continued stating, “In an effort to streamline the process behind the development and release of new device applications, Ledger is strengthening its third-party application process and launching First Tuesday Crypto, a brand new rendezvous for the Ledger community, happening every first Tuesday of the month.”
The validation procedure concerning third party application will be provided with guidelines and norms by the company. This will help to facilitate a seamless transaction.
Ledger has been eager to let the users know about the digital currencies added on its wallet. Hence, the company tweeted stating, “Happy #FirstTuesdayCrypto ! Ledger now supports PoA, Icon, VeChain, WanChain, Ontology, Kowala, particle and RSK. These 3rd-party apps for Ledger Nano S are available on Ledger Live”
(1/2) Happy #FirstTuesdayCrypto ! Ledger now supports PoA, Icon, VeChain, WanChain, Ontology, Kowala, particl and RSK. These 3rd-party apps for Ledger Nano S are available on Ledger Live: https:/ledger.com/live
— Ledger (@LedgerHQ) August 7, 2018
The total number of third party applications added by the company which the network has developed are eight. The report updates that out of a total number of thirty seven applications which are supported by the Ledger, fifteen are completely ready.
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