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Terms and Conditions

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Before any application to integrate a Blockchain Service:
  • You must already have a public Nano App, available for download on Ledger Manager.
  • Your Blockchain must already be live on mainnet; no integration is possible for testnet Blockchains.
  • Your Blockchain must be fully functional, with all features, user interface and back-end services being complete.
Before any development phase regarding a Blockchain Service:
  • You must wait for the approval to develop the Blockchain Service from Ledger.
  • You must provide clear written answers to any Ledger questions or requests for clarification.
  • You must adhere to any Ledger requirements or requests regarding the Blockchain Service.

The integration of a third party developed blockchain (the “Blockchain Service”) within Ledger products and Ledger Live via Ledger Manager, including its functionality, features, user interface, and back-end services, is provided by Ledger on an “as-is” and “as-available” basis. Ledger does not warrant that the integration will be accurate, error-free or uninterrupted. Ledger disclaims all warranties, express or implied, including warranties of accuracy, non-infringement, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose in respect of the integration. To the extent not prohibited by applicable law, in no event will Ledger be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential or punitive damages, including but not limited to, loss of profits, data, business or goodwill or business interruption.

As part of the onboarding process, Ledger may conduct a technical review of your Blockchain Service to identify bugs or other faults. This technical review shall not constitute a vetting or endorsement of the Blockchain Service by Ledger, nor does it create any kind of partnership between you and Ledger or limit your responsibility for your Blockchain Service. Ledger shall not be responsible or liable for any damages caused to any third parties by your Blockchain Service.

Ledger services, software, firmware and hardware are subject to change without notice, which may require that you perform an update on your Blockchain Service at your own cost to ensure ongoing compatibility with Ledger services, software, firmware and hardware products. Please keep yourself informed of such changes by following the relevant developer channel on Discord or any communication channel initially set up with Ledger.

As a Blockchain Service developer, you assume total responsibility and risks for your Blockchain Service and any damage that your application may cause to third parties or to Ledger. This responsibility includes, but is not limited to, all the necessary steps to maintain the continuity of the availability and the performance of the Blockchain Service you have developed and provided. You shall, at all times and at your own cost, test and update the Blockchain Service you have developed in order for your Blockchain Service to be fully functional with the latest Ledger updates and plugins and Blockchain protocol upgrades, as well as, mitigate all risks and incidents that may affect your Blockchain Service, or the use of your Blockchain Service by any third party.

You warrant that your Blockchain Service will not cause any obvious fault or malfunction in any software, firmware, hardware or network and information system, nor shall introduce any viruses or vulnerabilities into Ledger services, software, firmware or hardware. You warrant that the Blockchain Service will operate in accordance with Ledger and user expectations and that the maintenance of your Blockchain Service will be of satisfactory quality and conform to the requirements to function with Ledger services, software, firmware and hardware.

The Blockchain Service you submit must be distributed under an open source license. You warrant that your submission of a Blockchain Service is not in breach of any third party’s intellectual property rights or other rights and you agree to indemnify and hold Ledger harmless in case of a claim brought by a third party against Ledger regarding the Blockchain Service you have provided. You warrant that you have obtained and will maintain all permissions, licenses and consents necessary to provide the Blockchain Service. You are also responsible for ensuring that your Blockchain Service is not in breach of any laws and regulations and that its distribution by Ledger will not expose Ledger to a breach of export controls regulations.

As part of the submission of your Blockchain Service to Ledger, you will be required to provide personal information such as your name, country of residence, etc. This information will be processed in accordance with Ledger’s privacy policy and may be communicated to users in Ledger Live, in particular where and when the disclosure of this information to the users is a legal requirement. Ledger reserves the right to reject the integration, hosting or support of a Blockchain Service at its sole discretion and without providing any justification.

By providing a Blockchain Service, you are giving Ledger the right to communicate about the said Blockchain Service. Ledger will use its discretion as to whether or not to communicate on the new integration of a Blockchain Service and the way it communicates. Nothing will impair Ledger’s right to develop, integrate, promote or distribute blockchains that perform the same or similar functions or achieve the same result as the Blockchain Service you have submitted for integration.


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