Ledger Nano X
Here it is, the new Ledger Nano X. The latest addition from the Ledger team, now Bluetooth-enabled. With Bluetooth the Nano X can be used with mobile devices, which makes sense in todays mobile world. It will also come with a bigger screen, more memory and a slightly bigger price tag. So the question will be asked, is it worth the investment? With added features and more memory it will be intriguing Bitcoin and cryptocurrency holders. The French team (now global with over 130 people) that launched their businesses in 2014 have seen them become a global force in the cryptocurrency space. The Ledger Nano S is probably the most popular choice. So will the Nano X be an upgrade worth the higher price tag?
Starting from: €149
The Ledger Nano X supports most of the popular cryptocurrencies, including many alt coins, allowing you to manage multiple assets with the same hardware wallet.
- Bitcoin Cash
- EOS – Tether
- Binance Coin
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Dimensions & weight
Size: 72mm x 18.6mm x 11.75mm
Brushed stainless steel and plastic.
Microcontrollers & connector
Connector: USB Type Micro-C
Certification level: CC EAL5+
Chips: ST33J2M0 (secure) + STM32F042
64-bit desktop computer (Windows 8+, macOS 10.8+, Linux) or smartphone (iOS 9+ or Android 5+)
Message Digest: RIPEMD160, SHA224, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512, SHA3, SHA3-XOF, KECCAK
Cryptography Key, with key generation:
DES (64, 128,192 bits), AES (128 bits),
ECC (256 bits), RSA (1024, 2048, 3072,4096 bits) RSA encryption with PKCS1 v1.5, PKCS1 OEAP, NOPAD schemes HMAC Signature: HMAC-SHA256, HMAC-SHA512 RSA Signature with PKCS1 v1.5, PKCS1 PSS schemes Elliptic Curve Signature: ECDSA/EC-Schnorr (SECP256K1, SECP256R1, Brainpool256R1, Brainpool256T1), EdDSA (Ed25519) Elliptic Curve Diffie Hellman: ECDH (SECP256K1, SECP256R1,
Brainpool256R1, Brainpool256T1, Curve25519) Symmetric Cryptography: DES, Triple-DES, AES with ISO9797M1,
ISO9797M2, NOPAD schemes Random Number Generation: RND, Prime RND (hardware support TRNG)