Hardware wallet manufacturing firm Ledger has reportedly added a wallet app developed by Crypto.com as a means of payments for online customers.
Specifically revealed on April 9th, Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), XRP, Litecoin (LTC), and Crypto.com Coin (CRO) through Crypto.com’s application have reportedly been listed as facilitated means of payments for Ledger’s offerings.
Previously, major coins such as Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum and XRP have officially been accepted by Ledger, via a partnership with payment processing platform Bitpay.
Back in December of 2018, Ledger formed a collaboration with Crypto.com, via jointly agreeing on a memorandum of understanding, enabling Ledger clients to finalize payments for their merchandise using Crypto.com platform-enabled crypto coins.
Ledger has also reportedly announced that a limited edition Crypto.com Ledger Nano S has been selected as a reward to 20 first customers adopting the new payment option for their transactions.
All Ledger hardware wallets bought from the announcement till May 31st via Crypto.com will reportedly be eligible for a 10% cashback feature.
A wide range of projects in the payment sector have benefited from the features blockchain offers. Nominally, in March this year, crypto heavyweight Bakkt partnered with Starbucks to integrate a direct payment method to make Bitcoin-enabled purchases for coffee.