Ledger is a blockchain technology company that is developing security and infrastructure solutions for cryptocurrencies as well as blockchain applications for individuals and companies, by leveraging a distinctive, proprietary technology.
Ledger is your gateway to securing, buying, and managing crypto safely.
Ledger was co-founded in 2014 by eight experts including Eric Larchevêque, Nicolas Bacca, Joel Pobeda, and Thomas France. The company is headquartered in Paris and Vierzon, with offices in London, New York and Singapore.
Ledger has developed a distinctive operating system (OS) called BOLOS, which we integrate either to a secure chip for the Ledger wallet line, or to a Hardware Security Module (HSM) for various enterprise solutions.
LEDGER’s products include: Ledger Stax, Nano S Plus, Nano X hardware wallets, LEDGER Live companion app, [ LEDGER ] Market, the world’s first secure-minting and first-sale distribution platform, and Ledger Enterprise.
Ledger has sold 6 million devices to consumers in 200 countries and 10+ languages, 100+ financial institutions and brands as customers. Ledger also offers enterprise solutions to secure crypto assets with governance and treasury management features. The enterprise platform also offers some DeFi and NFT management features.
Ledger is backed by Draper Associates, 10T, Cathay Innovation, Digital Finance Group (DFG), True Global Ventures, Molten Ventures, Morgan Creek, Korelya Capital, Cité Gestion Private Bank, Felix Capital, Cap Horn, Draper Dragon, VaynerFund, and others. The company raised €100M ($108M) in a Series C extension round on Mar 30, 2023. The round follows a previous $380M raised in Jun 2021, bringing its Series C total to $488M. The additional investment brings Ledger's total funding to $576M to date. The latest round valued Ledger at a $1.41B (€1.3B), remains unchanged to its previous valuation achieved in Jun 2021.