Binance Announces Ledger Partnership

    Binance has officially partnered with Ledger to make the cryptocurrency buying experience even more accessible. One of the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges and the leading manufacturer of hardware wallets have officially joined forces.

    The move announced today brings a greater emphasis on the growing convenience of trading and storing cryptocurrencies. With the Ledger partnership, Binance has expanded the Web3 ecosystem by integrating the two consumer bases.

    Announced today, the partnership is seeking to expand the Binance’s reach within the accessibility that Ledger provides. In a statement released by Binance, the compatibility of the two companies began with the goal to “…make crypto available to as many people as possible.”

    The newly revealed agreement allows Binance users to buy cryptocurrencies straight from their Ledger bank cards. The coins then go directly to their blockchain address through a secured Ledger device. Even more interesting, Ledger users can now create a Binance account through the Ledger Live application.

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    Binance is already available in the Ledger Live desktop version and the companion app. As well as being available in 10 different languages, users can also purchase over 80 different cryptocurrencies within Ledger Live.

    This Binance and Ledger partnership allows users the freedom and ease to utilize fiat currency to buy digital assets. The partnership is embracing a new kind of accessibility through the Ledger implemented system.