What does a Ledger do?At a high level, a Ledger device allows you to safely create self-custodial accounts to store your crypto assets.
More on why you should choose a Ledger device here.
What if I lose it?Your 24-word recovery phrase represents the private keys to all your Ledger accounts.
More on private keys here.
As long as you have access to your recovery phrase, you’ll be able to use it to restore your crypto accounts into any new or reset Ledger device.
More on how to restore your account on a new or reset device here.
How do I store my recovery phrase securely?You can find general guidelines on how to securely store your 24-word recovery phrase here.
Which device would you recommend?If you value mobility then it’s best to use a Ledger Nano X because it can run on battery and easily connects to the Ledger Live mobile app via Bluetooth.
If not, you might prefer the Ledger Nano S Plus (which is basically a Nano X but without Bluetooth and a battery).
If I want more accounts, I need more Ledgers, right?No, a single Ledger device supports a large range of blockchain and can create a near-infinite amount of accounts on these networks.
You can find the list of supported assets here.
How many NFTs can one of these hold?You can keep as many NFTs as you want in a single Ledger account.
A few things to keep in mind, however:
- NFTs live on different blockchains. Some live on Ethereum, some on Solana, etc.
- Some blockchains do not support NFTs.
- Your Ledger device can only create accounts on supported
More information on NFTs is available in the NFT section of our Ledger Academy.