How to Withdraw from Ledger


We’re well aware that Ledger devices are all the rage in the crypto scene. So, in this guide, we’re going to walk you through the process of withdrawing your cryptos from your Ledger without any hassle.

Keep in mind, you can choose to transfer your cryptocurrencies to an address, whether it’s to any exchange for a withdraw or sale of your coins, or to another cold wallet, if you fancy.

Let’s get right into it!


How to Withdraw Your Cryptocurrencies from Your Ledger Nano

Step 1: Download the Ledger App to Your Computer.

It’s essential to have the “Ledger Live” app downloaded onto your computer in order to perform virtually any action with your Ledger. (If you haven’t got it yet, you can grab it here.)


Step 2: Connect Your Ledger to the Computer

Enable information transfer (under the “Allow Ledger manager” message that will pop up on your Ledger).


Step 3: Verify the Data

Ensure that the information displayed in the “Portfolio” or “Accounts” section of the app is accurate. Double-check the cryptocurrency amounts to catch any potential issues.


Note: In order to initiate transfers, you need to have the native coin on your ledger. For instance, if you want to send USDT, you’ll need to have TRX (tron). If you’re aiming to send bitcoin, make sure you have bitcoin on hand.


Step 4: Choose “Send”

Navigate to the “Send” option in the left-hand column of the Ledger app on your computer.


Paso 5: Elige la cripto a sacar

Specify the cryptocurrency you wish to withdraw from your Ledger.

Step 6: Provide the Address

Specify the destination address where you want to send the particular cryptocurrency. This could be the address of any exchange or your Material Bitcoin wallet. (Remember, the receiving wallet must be compatible with the specific cryptocurrency).

Step 7: Enter the Amount

Click on “continue” and then indicate the amount you want to send.


Important: At this juncture, your computer will display a transaction summary, and your Ledger will become locked. You’ll need to input the security PIN (which you set up when you first initialized your Ledger) in order to proceed with the transfer.


Step 8: Review Transaction

Once you’ve entered the PIN, your Ledger will prompt “Review transaction” with the transaction details (amount to send, token, and destination address).

Step 9: Sign the Transaction

Sign the transaction on your Ledger (it will display “Sign transaction”). If there’s any incorrect information, make sure to cancel the transaction before hitting continue.

The order will be processed, and your computer will indicate “Transaction sent.”

As you can see, the process of withdrawing your cryptocurrencies from Ledger is quite straightforward.

Here are other guides that might interest you, explaining how to withdraw your cryptocurrencies from the exchange. In this case, we’re talking about Binance:

How to Withdraw from Binance

Always remember to store your cryptocurrencies in a secure location, safeguarded from hackers and cyber threats. Bear in mind that dangers extend beyond the digital realm – water damage, physical impact, and deterioration over time are also risks to consider.

If security is a concern, I highly recommend our cold wallets – they’re ultra-secure and completely disconnected from the online world.

That wraps it up for now. If you have any questions, feel free to drop them in the comments below. 👇💬


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