BitGo Unites With Ledger For Integrated Multi-Sig Hardware Security For Bitcoin

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BitGo, a leading multi-sig bitcoin wallet provider, has announced its partnership with France-based bitcoin hardware wallet provider Ledger in order to combine the benefits of its multi-signature enterprise wallet with the latter’s hardware-based key storage.

Mike Belshe, BitGo cofounder and CEO, made the announcement via an online post. He said that the integration is complete and available for the Nano S and Nano Blue.

Belshe said that BitGo wallet’s advanced multi-sig capabilities and advanced policy management, protects against theft and loss with features such as rate limits, address whitelists and blacklists, webhooks, multi-user approvals and more. Ledger, on the other hand, is a leader in digital currency hardware solutions for key management and endpoint security.

“The integration with Ledger enables our customers to secure their signature keys in an offline hardware device, providing additional layers of protection against malware and other attack vectors”, he said.

Belshe further said that the integration is a simple enhancement for BitGo’s offering and is expected to be an easy choice for many of its customers to further enhance the security of their assets.

As a promotional offer, BitGo is offering a 15% discount to its customers who purchase a Ledger Nano S or Blue and utilize these new features for the next ninety days. To take advantage of this offer, users need to use the BITGO15 promo code.


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