How To Use A Bitcoin Hardware Wallet: Ledger Nano X

How To Use A Bitcoin Hardware Wallet: Ledger Nano X

The Ledger Nano X is a Bluetooth enabled security device for protecting your Bitcoin. It works on iPhone, Android, Mac and PC via the Ledger Live software, but can also be utilized via alternative interfaces like Electrum and Wasabi wallet for desktop.

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Reference videos:

Blockstream Green Tutorial

Ledger Live Desktop (Demo with Ledger Nano S)

Using Wasabi wallet with hardware (Coldcard)

Electrum Wallet Tutorial


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18 Replies to “How To Use A Bitcoin Hardware Wallet: Ledger Nano X”

  1. Hey man. Me again. Since you seem to know your way around these things, got a question for you. Have you ran into any issues with your Nano X and needing to update the firmware? I can't get it to connect to anything outside of the factory software because it simply will not connect to anything else. The only clue I get is "you may need to update your firmware." And I get it a lot. However, nowhere on the internet, anywhere, is there any information on how to update the firmware on this particular model. I'm going to Teleport Ledger's entire domain so I can do an offline search through every bit of data to see if any page exists that has both "nano x" and "firmware" on it. I can do without anything else, but I can't sync it up with ShapeShift, which is where I'd like to do my cryptoing. Thoughts? // I also messaged them and even ShapeShift in case it's a common enough problem for them to know what to do, but not common enough for anyone to write about it online.

  2. And what happens if Nano Ledger disappears from the earth's fas?

      I mean, what would happen if Nano Ledger's company disappeared, yet?
          Is it possible that it disappears with all the bitcoin from us?

    "See the case of Mt. Gox although I think it is different."

  3. Greetings yall, i'm very happy people are trooping in into the crypto world but I'm sad because must people are finding it hard to live and breath in the crypto world, This reminds me when I was introduced to Bitcoin by my programmer friend John. I hardly believe everything John said until he introduced me to one of his friend Dr. Jason who's also a programmer and a bitcoin miner, my friend instruct me to mail him [drjasonbitcoinminer @ outlook, . com] and tell him he directed me to him. To my suprise it didn't take Dr. Jason up to 48 hours for him to set up my wallet to his mining stream. That was how I begin to make enough Bitcoin per day, As I type this now I can boast of 10BTC in my offline wallet. I am very happy that I met Dr. Jason through my friend, i'm very happy I keep friends who are smarter than me. trust me if you want to thrive in the Bitcoin world you need to be friend with Dr. Jason, you would be boasting of more than 1btc in few days. If you're not willing to risk the unusual you will have to settle for the ordinary, Now ask yourself if you would like to settle for less.

  4. Are there any potential security issues with sending information over Bluetooth instead of USB? I assume it’s just transmitting the signed transaction over Bluetooth, right?

  5. Regarding 'receiving funds', is it okay to use the same receive address for multiple transactions (on a donation page, for example), or is it important to use the newly generated receive address after each transaction??

    Great video, and perfect timing.. Just got my Nano X in the mail!

    Thanks in advance 🙂

  6. what happens if i lost my device? can i get access to my funds with new device using my 24 words? if ledger is out of business can i still get my money back with 24 words recovery?

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