Mina is now available to the public on Ledger Live, allowing users to access, store, and delegate MINA tokens using Ledger Nano X and Nano S hardware devices in conjunction with Mina wallet providers Auro Wallet and Clor.io.
This function was previously made available in developer mode during the pre-audit testing phase, after being audited by Least Authority. The Mina Ledger app has since been audited by the Ledger team and is now deployed for use in full production mode, offering token holders the option to store MINA using a cold storage device.
The Auro Wallet browser extension and Clor.io wallets support Mina on the Ledger hardware wallets. Additionally, they provide the ability to delegate MINA to validator nodes to help maintain network security and stability.
We’d like to thank our ecosystem contributors for their high-quality work and collaboration in preparing the app for Ledger integration.
To learn how to install the Mina app and others on Ledger Live, visit the Ledger website, watch a tutorial on YouTube, or review Mina Protocol’s docs.
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About Mina Protocol
Mina Protocol is being incubated by O(1) Labs, the leader in zk-SNARKs and verifiable computation. Mina Protocol, the world’s lightest blockchain, provides a foundation for the decentralized digital economy (Web 3.0), by affording all participants fully P2P, permissionless access to the chain, from any device. By utilizing recursive zk-SNARKs, the Mina blockchain always stays the same size — about 20 kilobytes (the size of a few tweets). Recursive zk-SNARKs allow nodes to rapidly share and update proof of the correct blockchain state across the network. This breakthrough application of zk-SNARKs solves the issues of scalability and high barrier to entry for nodes that have plagued legacy blockchains to-date. By making it easier for nodes to participate, Mina improves decentralization and therefore security of the network. The Mina blockchain can be easily accessed from any device, including phones and browsers, and can be seamlessly integrated into new decentralized applications (dapps).