Ledger Teams Up with Brink, a Bitcoin Research and Development Center

Ledger is pleased to announce its collaboration with Bitcoin research and development center, Brink.

As part of this partnership, Ledger is “donating $5 to Brink for each Ledger Bitcoin hardware wallet sold.”

The funds will be allocated to help “strengthen the Bitcoin network and developers through funding, education, and mentoring.”

So far, Ledger has contributed $50k to Brink thanks “to the campaign, and our collaboration is set to continue.”

Speaking about the partnership, Executive Director of Brink Mike Schmidt said:

“I’m excited about this […] ongoing campaign with Ledger. Not only is Ledger providing hardware signing devices for individuals to secure their Bitcoin, but they are also, through their contributions to Brink, helping to secure the underlying Bitcoin network itself”

As explained in a blog post, Brink is committed to “supporting Bitcoin developers across the globe. Founded in 2020, the 100% donor-funded organization boasts some notable sponsors, including Jack Dorsey’s #startsmall fund, investment firm and Bitcoin Spot ETF provider VanEck, and crypto exchange Coinbase.”

The organization looks to support “the overall health and progress of the Bitcoin network by providing Bitcoin developers with funding, education, and mentoring.”

To push Bitcoin into the future, Brink offers grants “to existing Bitcoin developers with a focus on testing, reviewing, maintaining, and securing the Bitcoin Core codebase.”

Brink is looking to push the Bitcoin ecosystem into the future “by supporting developers and inspiring new generations of innovators through its education and mentoring programs. As the most popular hardware wallet provider, Ledger is aligned with this goal.”

Ledger is no stranger to Bitcoin education and innovation, “having paved the road by making secure custody widely accessible.”

This partnership further highlights Ledger’s dedication “to crypto education beyond the Ledger ecosystem.”

The funds raised from this partnership “will 100% go directly to Brink’s engineers.”

Brink’s programs help both “existing developers and new Bitcoin developers enter the ecosystem.”

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