Ledger, the gateway to exchange* one crypto for another securely
Swapping crypto allows you to easily exchange one crypto asset for another, either in full or small amounts. With no fiat currencies involved. It’s a fast and easy way to try out new crypto assets – and much more.
Why and when to swap?
Why exchange crypto?
Quickly exchange your crypto, without having to sell it for fiat currencies.
Diversify your portfolio
Swapping is a fast way to test new crypto while making your portfolio more diverse.
Grow your assets
By exchanging one crypto for another at the right time, you might be able to make a profit.
Protect your funds
Switch from a volatile asset into a more stable one to protect your funds from volatility.
How does Ledger's solution work?
A Hardware wallet
that offers the best security for your crypto: your assets always remain safe.
to exchange crypto and access all services you need : buy, sell, grow… securely.
The benefits of exchanging crypto through Ledger
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Exchange one crypto for another in a secure environment using your Ledger hardware wallet.
Fast & easy
Exchange crypto in just a few clicks directly through the Ledger Live app with our partners.
Freedom of choice
With our partners, you choose who to swap with, and how to do it. You’re in control.
Everything in one place
Ledger is the gateway to exchange crypto securely, and so much more: buy, sell, grow…all in one app!
5 steps to start swapping through Ledger
Crypto to exchange through Ledger
Supported crypto vary from one partner to another
One place for all your crypto needs
Ledger is a gateway to:
Buy* Bitcoin, Ethereum and more crypto in a secure environment by using payment card or bank transfer.
Discover several ways to grow* your crypto assets passively, easily and securely.
Store and manage over 5,500 coins and tokens easily and securely from one single place.
Display, send and manage your NFTs
And much more
Access to an entire ecosystem of crypto services in one single place.
Learn more about crypto!
Having crypto does not necessarily mean owning it. When you own crypto, what counts is the key that gives access to your coins: your private key. The person that has access to this key really owns the associated coins and can do whatever they want with them. When buying, exchanging and storing your coins on an exchange, the exchange actually owns your private keys, and therefore, your assets. Not you. Much like a bank holding your money.
At Ledger we created a solution that enables you to secure and own this private key throughout your crypto journey – and to become the only person in charge of your coins.