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Ledger Blue Hardware Wallet Review

Ledger Blue Hardware Wallet Review

Hardware wallets, such as the Ledger Blue, provide full a physical layer of isolation between your Bitcoins and a hackable exchange, computer or smartphone.

However, the Ledger Blue isn’t your ordinary hardware wallet. It has the look and feel of a smartphone and the large touch screen and built-in operating system currently make the Ledger Blue the most sophisticated wallet on the market.

Ledger Blue Key Facts

Designed ByLedger - Paris and San Francisco
What Coins Does the Ledger Blue Support?Ark
Bitcoin Cash
Ethereum Classic
Plus all ERC20 Tokens (full list here)

Coming soon: Monero, Qtum and Stellar.

For a full list of supported coins, click here.
CostAround €229/ $271/ £206
Available to Buy with Bitcoin?Yes - it's available here on the Ledger website.

Or it can be purchased here using Bitcoin, altcoins or Paypal.
Available at Amazon?

Also Available at Amazon

Click here to check stock.

User Interface: What Is It Like Using the Ledger Blue?

You can see where the 2 years Ledger spent in research and development went. The custom-built operating system that arranges apps in grids is all navigated with a little touchscreen. Compared to the TREZOR and the Ledger Nano S the Ledger Blue is a machine. The only thing you need to ask yourself is, is this all necessary?

Apart from tapping on the screen to authorize transactions, the user does everything in a Google Chrome application or digital wallet. The Ledger Blue doesn’t do anything new, it just makes the process easier with a more intuitive interface.

Security: How Secure is the Ledger Blue?

All these additional features might seem like a security risk. You want a Bitcoin hardware wallet because it isn’t connected to anything – but there aren’t any backdoors into the device because Ledger custom built the Blue’s OS by leveraging hardware isolation features. It also runs modular architecture and this lets you do things like add new apps without the potential for compromising the firmware.

The Ledger Blue’s microprocessor chip is encrypted with technology that financial institutions have used for years. And if it is secure enough for fiat currency then it can protect Bitcoins. The blockchain, although new technology, has a decentralized open ledger that verifies transactions better than banks.

Design: Look and Feel of The Ledger Blue

The Ledger Blue fits comfortably in the average palm. It’s bigger than most Bitcoin hardware wallets and weighs in at approximately 90g.

Ledger haven’t made a brick. It has a sleek and modern design with a single button that turns the device on and off. It connects to your PC or Mac with a micro USB input.

The Ledger wallet is a Google Chrome application and it has all the basic functionality you would expect from a browser based wallet. It’s easy to navigate and is complimented by the straight forward operating system and brightly colored touchscreen on the Ledger Blue.

Functionality: Ledger Blue Functionality and What Cryptocurrencies It Stores

The Ledger Blue can send and receive Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency coins from whoever happens to be sending them. The larger price tag doesn’t get you access to any more coins than the cheaper Ledger Nano S, but it will natively support:

  • Ark
  • Bitcoin
  • Bitcoin Cash
  • Dash
  • Dogecoin
  • Ethereum
  • Ethereum Classic
  • Komodo
  • Litecoin
  • PoSW
  • Ripple
  • Stratis
  • Zcash
  • ERC20 Tokens

You must install extra apps on the device to use some of them, and Ethereum has its own wallet run by Ledger. However, as hardware wallets become more popular, I am confident that more wallets will be supported by Ledger and you will be able most coins with any wallet. (For a full list of supported cryptos click here and scroll to the Companion Apps)

Does the Ledger support ERC20 Tokens?

Yes – you can find a full list here.

Pricing: Is the Ledger Blue Hardware Wallet Value for Money?

The Ledger Blue costs about €229/ $271/ £206 to own. It doesn’t support any more cryptocurrencies than the Ledger Nano S or promise better encryption. But what you are paying extra for is the touchscreen and user experience. If you are willing to spend the money, it is one hell of a Bitcoin hardware wallet. If you have thousands in crypto investment or trade every day then this high-end device is perfect for your needs.


The Ledger Blue is one of the most sophisticated Bitcoin hardware wallets. It has a touchscreen, supports multiple coins and is a secure place to keep them – away from potentially compromised computers or exchanges. It doesn’t offer any additional functionality or security upgrades on other Ledgers like the Ledger Nano S, so the €229 / $271 / £206 price tag might be a bit much for some but the Ledger Blue is for traders and investors who want the best money can buy.

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The Ledger Blue is one of the most sophisticated Bitcoin hardware wallets. It has a touchscreen, supports multiple coins and is a secure place to keep them.


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