B2BinPay and Ledger Collaborate to Launch Limited Edition Hardware Wallets

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

B2BinPay is excited to unveil its newest joint endeavor with Ledger, The global platform for digital assets.

This inventive partnership provides clientele with an exclusive, bespoke Ledger Nano X, donning a unique crypto-processing design that proudly displays the B2BinPay emblem.




The custom-made Ledger will be available to two categories of clients: newly registered merchants and corporate customers, and existing devoted clients in recognition of their ongoing allegiance to B2BinPay.

Customers will be given distinctive promotional codes by B2BinPay to secure their hardware wallets. These codes can be used on Ledger’s official website, on a unique page dedicated to this collaboration, enabling customers to obtain their individualized devices.

With only 1000 units available, this offer underlines the limited and exclusive appeal of these uniquely branded devices.

Why Go with Ledger?

Ledger’s multi-currency devices are globally acclaimed for safely storing private keys for cryptocurrencies in an offline mode. They provide unbeatable defense against cyber attacks, facilitate streamlined asset management, and ensure complete transactional visibility.

This strategic alliance, therefore, delivers top-tier crypto storage solutions to B2BinPay’s clientele, empowering them to securely diversify their holdings and oversee their assets.

About B2BinPay

Serving as a unified crypto payment gateway, B2BinPay allows companies to securely transmit, accept, convert, and cost-effectively process cryptocurrencies. The firm accommodates all major cryptocurrencies and provides clients the option to consolidate them into their preferred format – fiat, coin, or stablecoin.

Looking ahead, the partnership with Ledger bolsters the company’s resolve to offer potent, effective, and trustworthy crypto asset management solutions capable of addressing its valued clients’ needs in tune with the rapidly evolving FinTech landscape.

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