Cointelegraph interviewed the CTO of Ledger, Charles Guillemet, to learn more about the best practices in securing cryptocurrencies for average users.
Ledger is a major producer of hardware wallets, which store cryptocurrency seeds on a dedicated device. As Guillemet explained, hardware wallets protect against possible malware on the user’s computer or mobile device. Both storage and transaction signing are performed on the wallet, which makes sure that the seed is never seen by the device it’s connected to.
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