If a crypto asset is not listed when trying to add an account, it is not supported in Ledger Live. To learn which external wallet you need to manage such a crypto asset, please refer to the crypto assets section of our help center.
- Ledger's integration to third-party wallets is open-source so any project/coin can make its own Ledger integration on their network.
- Ledger can't provide direct support on technical issues with third-party wallets and their integration of Ledger devices.
- Whenever facing an error with a third-party wallet, please reach out to third-party wallet developers or their support so they can fix the issue as soon as possible.
Before you start
- Make sure your Ledger device is running the latest firmware version. Learn how to update the firmware for your device: Nano S or Nano X.
- Make sure the latest version of the coin app you want to use is installed on your Ledger device.
- Make sure you close all other applications when using any external wallet. Ledger Live may interfere with the apps if it is still running in the background.
Coins supported in Ledger Live
Please find the full list of supported crypto assets at ledger.com/supported-crypto-assets. A checkmark in the Ledger Live column means you can manage the crypto asset in Ledger Live. If a crypto asset is not supported in Ledger Live, the column Supported wallets links to the external wallet to use.
Using third-party wallets
The following table lists the compatible external wallets for the crypto asset you want to manage.
|Crypto asset||Third-party wallet|
|Bitcoin Cash (BCH)|
|Celo (CELO)||Celo Wallet|
|IOTA (MIOTA)||Firefly Wallet|
|Filecoin (FIL)||GLIF Wallet|
|Monero (XMR)||Monero GUI|
|Near (NEAR)||NEAR Wallet|
|Neo (NEO)||Neon Wallet|
|Stellar (XML)||Stellar Account Viewer|