BitGo, a multi-signature bitcoin wallet pioneer, will offer Ledger’s hardware-based key storage, Mike Belshe, BitGo’s co-founder and CEO, announced in a blog on the company website. The integration is available for the Ledger Nano S and Nano Blue.
BitGo’s wallet protects against loss and theft with features like webhooks, multi-user approvals, rate limits, address blacklists and whitelists, and more. The integration with Ledger, a provider of hardware solutions for key management and endpoint security, now allows BitGo customers to signature keys in an offline device, providing extra protection from malware and other attack vectors.
Improved Asset Security
The integration will be an easy choice for BitGo customers to improve asset security. It will provide peace of mind to digital currency users.
Ledger’s core technology is a low footprint embedded operating system built for CPU enclaves and secure elements, according to the company website. It creates solutions to integrate the physical world with blockchain technology, including personal security devices, hardware security modules for servers, and hardware oracles for connected objects, machines and the Internet of
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