Ledger Live

Securely manage your crypto assets with Ledger Live download. Access your portfolio, transactions, and more with ease.

  1. Visit the Official Ledger Website: Go to the official Ledger website at ledger.com.

  2. Locate the Download Section: Look for a section on the website that mentions downloads or Ledger Live.

  3. Choose Your Operating System: Select the appropriate version of Ledger Live for your operating system. Ledger Live is available for Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android.

  4. Download the Installer: Click on the download link provided for your operating system. This will start the download process.

  5. Run the Installer: Once the download is complete, locate the downloaded file on your computer or mobile device. Double-click on the file to run the installer.

  6. Follow Installation Instructions: Follow the prompts provided by the installer to complete the installation process. This may involve agreeing to terms and conditions, selecting an installation location, and confirming the installation.

  7. Launch Ledger Live: After the installation is complete, you can launch Ledger Live from your desktop (for Windows, macOS, and Linux) or from your applications menu (for iOS and Android).

  8. Connect Your Ledger Device: When you open Ledger Live for the first time, you'll need to connect your Ledger hardware wallet to your computer or mobile device using the provided USB cable.

  9. Follow On-Screen Instructions: Ledger Live will guide you through the process of setting up your Ledger hardware wallet and configuring your accounts.

  10. Explore Ledger Live: Once your Ledger device is connected and set up, you can explore the features and functionalities of Ledger Live, including managing your cryptocurrency accounts, tracking your portfolio, and performing transactions.

Remember to always download Ledger Live from the official Ledger website to ensure that you're installing a legitimate and secure version of the software. Avoid downloading from third-party sources to minimize the risk of malware or phishing attacks.

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