In line with the recent announcement published, Bitcoin Cash [BCH] services for crypto hardware wallet ‘Ledger’ have been resumed.
Ledger suspended its Bitcoin Cash [BCH] service on 14th Novin anticipation of the cryptocurrency’s upcominghardwarefork “toforestallunwanted transactions and potential replay attacks.”Throughoutthe service pauseit absolutely was impracticalto send Bitcoin Cash [BCH] through the wallet’s infrastructure.
The Bitcoin Cash [BCH] networkunder wentanupgrade on 15thNovember,leading toa fancybattle and eventuallydividedthe blockchain into2— BCHABCsupported by crypto evangelist Roger Ver and BCH SVsupportedby Craig Wright. This hash warledcryptocurrency exchangesround theworld toquickly suspend BCHtradings.
Ledger noted that presently BCH SVisn’tsupported in Ledger Live.The firmcounseleditspurchasersto use theElectronSplashsplittingtool prior tocreatingany BCH transactions. If not, userscouldsupposedlyrisk losing their BCH SV ifany hackerreplays theirtransactionson the BCH SV chain orthe other way around.
Earlier this month, the Germany-based IOTA Foundationdeclaredits plans to integrate IOTA tokens with Ledger’s wallets. This wouldsupposedlypermitusersto safeguardtheirnon-publickeys, giving access to their IOTA tokensin a veryspecial chip bysecuringusers’ keys from their computers or smartphones.
Earlier In October, cryptosoftwarecompany Blockchain.com revealedits newhardware device dubbed “BlockchainLockbox,” that integrates with its existingon-linedigital wallet, developed in partnership with Ledger. The deviceis meantto permitusers to store all orsomeof their crypto holdings offline, witheasy accessibilityto theiron-line account.