Ledger recently announced that the ‘Earn’ section is now available to all their users on Ledger Live Desktop.
Ledger noted in a blog post that the mobile app will follow soon.
As explained in the update from Ledger, the ‘Earn’ section of the Ledger Live app “allows you to stake assets, track rewards, and discover staking opportunities across chains without navigating multiple platforms and interfaces and while maintaining self custody of your assets.”
Ledger further noted that they “started by providing devices to support secure transactions, and has grown via its companion app Ledger Live to help provide users with a gateway to access third-party services without taking their assets or private keys outside the secure environment of their Ledger device.”
Ledger Live’s ‘Earn’ section now allows you “to stake your assets, track your rewards, and discover new staking opportunities across multiple chains, all from a single and easy-to-use dashboard while maintaining self custody of your assets.”
The ‘Earn’ section provides data “for all staking positions and validators for Solana (SOL), Tezos (XTZ), Ethereum (ETH), Cosmos (ATOM), Lido Token (SETH), Near (NEAR), and Cardano (ADA). We’ll also soon introduce support for additional coins and expand beyond staking.”
The ‘Earn’ section features two tabs.
The ‘Asset earning rewards’ tab allows you “to track your staking rewards across different networks.”
The ‘Earn more rewards’ tab “shows the list of assets that are eligible for staking, along with the estimated rewards.” From there, you can “get smart insights, buy and stake more assets and start earning rewards.”
Through Ledger Live, over 1.5 million active users “can buy, sell, swap, stake, and lend digital assets and explore the Internet of Value with ownership and security.”
With the Ledger Live app, you can also “access an ever-expanding list of DApps in the Discover section, with your private keys automatically safeguarded on your Ledger device.”
As clarified in the announcement, the buy, sell, swap, lend or any other crypto transaction services are “provided by third-party service providers.”
Ledger explained that it “provides no advice or recommendations to use any of these third-party services.”