Ledger Doubles Sales after Binance Got Hacked
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Cryptocurrency-focused wallet Ledger has doubled its sales amid the hacker attack against crypto exchange Binance, which resulted in 7,000 bitcoins (BTC) loss.

The Head of Ledger, Pascal Gauthier, at the Block’s Atomic Swap conference in New York announced that "the day Binance got hacked, our sales doubled."

"We think that it’s [cryptography] great technology, there’s probably one weakness which is the [securing] of the end point and the private keys," Gauthier added.

Previously in April, South Korean tech giant Samsung invested $2.6 million in Ledger. Ledger's spokesman confirmed the information, however, however, he has not disclosed any more details about the transaction.

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