In a promising follow-up to NANO’s recent major release, version 12.0, it has been revealed today that a Ledger Nano S app built by the community has been submitted to Ledger for review.
The news comes as as an official developer update posted in the NANO subreddit and is the second progressive announcement following a class action lawsuit filed against the developers in relation to a scandalous alleged hack of 17 million XRB tokens.
While the submission of code for review to the popular Ledger line of cryptocurrency hardware wallets is not confirmation of complete integration, Troy Retzer, who is part of NANO’s core development team, has proclaimed that wallet developers have been urged to begin preparing their apps for Ledger support.
The full code repository, given the prospective title of the ‘Blue App’, can be found here. It is understood that this release is primarily designed for communication between web wallets and the Ledger Nano S (which we have reviewed here), with support desktop wallet apps yet to be released.