Ledger, a hardware crypto wallet maker, plans to list stablecoins, including Tether (USDT) for all its products and services.
Now, the company supports Tether for Ledger Nano and Ledger Blue wallets but intends to add cryptocurrency to its vault service.
According to Benjamin Sun, the new head of Ledger for operations in the Asia-Pacific region, the Tether token remains popular.
"One thing that is slightly unique in China and South Korea is the demand for USDT. Since both of those countries have capital controls, in terms of your ability to move currency out of the country."
In addition to the USDT, Ledger will also add other stablecoins, as the company plans to expand its business with the goal of listing over 100 different tokens by the end of next year.
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