Ledger Blue Wallet Review

Ledger Blue Wallet


The following is a review of a product of which I am genuinely very supportive. I have bought the Ledger products and have no hesitation in buying more. However, I may receive compensation if you click on any of the Ledger Blue or Nano links.

Just a quick lesson as to what the ledger blue wallet does: 

  • you access your particular crypto currency through a private key (an extra long encrypted password)
  • accessing means being able to withdraw the cryptocurrency and determine how much is in storage on the block chain
  • this key needs to be protected but easily accessed
  • the Ledger Blue protects and  stores your private keys so that only you can access them 
  • the Ledger Blue has it own password chosen by you
  • the Ledger Blue storage information is recoverable as long as you have the original generated seed phrases

The quality of Ledger products is well known through their most famous product the Ledger Nano. The Ledger Blue wallet is the lesser known of the two. The Ledger Nano is a simple USB sized tiny screened protector of keys. It's more than adequate for protecting keys and crypto transactions but is not as stylish nor as functional as the Blue.

The Ledger Blue Wallet is a wallet used to store cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and XRP. The Blue is a battery-powered hardware wallet that can be used with iPhones, Androids, and computers.

It has its own touchscreen, and it's fair sized:

6.9 x 3.7 x 1.8 inches

It also has a fair amount of apps on it which can now be accessed through the newly released "Ledger Live" There are many currencies offered to keep track of along with the total worth of one's account.

What does the Ledger Blue Wallet Do?

  • Characteristics
  • Cryptos Supported


Dimensions: 97mm x 68mm x 10mm. Weight: 90g

Compatible with:  Windows (7+), Mac (10.9+), Linux. Requires one USB port to plug your Ledger Blue,( make sure you use Windows 10 for Ledger Live)