The hacker that violated the marketing database of hardware wallet provider Ledger. Earlier this year released personal data for thousands of users, prompting many to threaten the company with a class-action lawsuit. A hacker allegedly behind the violation of personal data from hardware wallet Ledger in June made all the information they acquired available online. […]
CryptoPineapple, a Bitcoin Investor, has gifted a ledger filled with various cryptos worth 1 BTC to a primary school girl in India. Although the process of choosing the recipient of the donation has not yet been shared, the Twitter user has specified that the prize will be kept in a locked safe until the girl reaches 18 years of age.
Ledger, a crypto hardware wallet company, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Crypto.com, a Hong Kong-based crypto payment company. The MoU will enable Ledger clients to use the Crypto.com Pay service to pay for products with cryptocurrencies. As reported, the payment platform will be incorporated into Ledger’s online store, thereby allowing consumers to make purchases using Crypto.com Wallet.
IOTA Foundation, a Germany based non-profit corporation, has partnered with Ledger, a security leader in the crypto industry to develop a secure hardware wallet for its users. The main motive behind this partnership is to allow users of IOTA Tokens to isolate their tokens from computers and smartphones thereby adding an additional layer of safety against security breaches. With the partnership with Ledger, the tokens can then be transferred to a more secure hardware wallet. This will further reduce the chances of their hacking by malicious hackers.