Ledger, a company specializing in digital currency security, has announced a new integration that allows US customers to purchase digital currencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin using their PayPal accounts, according to a statement released by the company.
Facilitating Purchases through Ledger for US Customers
Leading digital currency security company, Ledger, has unveiled a new facilitation for US customers, enabling them to buy encrypted digital currencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin using their PayPal accounts through the Ledger Live application. In accordance with “applicable state laws,” customers can engage in digital currency purchases without the need for identity verification if they have previously bought digital currencies using PayPal accounts.
Expanding in the Digital Currency World
Both Ledger and PayPal are witnessing significant expansion in the digital currency realm. PayPal recently launched a stablecoin in the United States, while Ledger introduced a new trading network for institutions called “Tradelink.”
This move comes as part of Ledger and PayPal’s efforts to enhance customer experience in the world of digital currencies, focusing on achieving secure, seamless, and swift financial transactions regardless of individuals’ global locations. Pascal Gauthier, President and CEO of Ledger, expressed these efforts, stating, “Both PayPal and Ledger strive to enable secure, seamless, and swift trading operations wherever you are in the world. Ledger is committed to simplifying the world of digital currencies, while PayPal is dedicated to facilitating the movement of funds in the simplest and most efficient way possible.”