Crypto wallet company Ledger debuted a new product Sunday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The CEO of one of the largest crypto security companies recaps his takeaways from the year that was.
Calling themselves Wallet.Fail, three security researchers found ways to access crypto cold wallets in ways that weren't intended by their creators.
China-based imToken has revealed a solution it says will let Ledger hardware wallet users manage their assets in its mobile wallet app.
Benjamin Soong, Ledger's newly hired head of Asia-Pacific operations, says tether remains popular in the region despite the token's recent troubles.
Blockchain, one of the oldest software wallet providers, is launching its first hardware wallet with a crypto-to-crypto trading feature.
A blockchain can contain garbage data but in many cases, it will still be better than the status quo. We might even find often that it's a lot better.
Wallet and custody startup Ledger is ramping up the number of cryptocurrencies it supports to meet demand from institutional investors.
Ledger hardware wallet users are still unable to access their bitcoin cash.
Decentralized exchange Radar Relay has partnered with Ledger to allow for hardware wallet-to-wallet direct transfers.