Swap Integration

What do we need

In order to become a native Swap provider in the Ledger Live ecosystem, you must:


Note that if you are a non-KYC exchange and don't specifically wish to keep an UI of your own, we can use a pure API integration and you can skip section 1 & 3.

Develop/Modify your LiveApp

  • Use our Exchange SDK in addition to the Wallet API.
  • Provide a set of query parameters to access your LiveApp directly with the quote entered by the user in Ledger Live.
  • Write/Modify the Manifest file.
  • Follow our flow/UX requirements.

Adapt to our Backend

  • Adapt your API and endpoints to interact with our Backend.
  • Generate a structured Payload and a signature with a specific format.
  • Send your public key to Ledger and secure your private key.

Test and submit

Test end-to-end your integration by manually loading your LiveApp through Developer Mode (see Wallet API doc (opens in a new tab)) and submit:

  • your API,
  • your LiveApp Manifest,
  • your Public key.

In the following pages, you will find:

  • LiveApp: details on your LiveApp specifities, such as the LiveApp URL, the Manifest or the use of Exchange SDK instead of the Wallet API.
  • Backend: details on the main endpoints needed for the chosen operation, the payload, the signature, and your public/private key.
  • Test & Submit: details on how to use the Ledger Live Developer Mode and other tools (coming soon) to test your integration end-to-end, as well as how to submit it.
  • Flow Breakdown: Details UX, advanced flows and architecture diagrams.
  • Supported Currencies: List of supported currencies.
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