The creators of a hardware bitcoin wallet Ledger reported that the launch of a new generation of Ledger Wallet application Desktop Edition, which will gather “all the crypto-currencies in one single place,” will be held July 9 this year.

This is stated in the updated message on the website of the French company.

The initial version of the Ledger Wallet desktop native application (replacing our Chrome apps) will be released on July 9th. More information on our updated blogpost Our schedule moved by a few weeks, but the wait will be worth it!

— Ledger (@LedgerHQ) 5 June 2018

The Ledger Wallet developers claim to have created the unique application for all currencies. First announced in February of this year, it will have a complete set of functions that are supported by different applications, and will be collected in a single solution.

Despite the delay of several weeks, the team Ledger insists that users will be fully rewarded for his patience.

The app will have its own set of native USB driver is available on Windows, macOS and Linux, and its use will not require the extension to Google Chrome or Chromium.

A full range of features will include support for multiple currencies (only 28 of cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin and various altcoins), device support Nano Ledger’s and Ledger’s Blue, and a number of other functions.

The previously announced mobile app for Android and iOS devices, as it is clear from the message, the company will, however, released later. Also at a later stage pending support for additional cryptocurrencies and third-party applications.

We will remind, in may the developers Ledger announced the beginning of the support cryptocurrency Peercoin (PPC).