This article will list down all the features offered by both the Prokey Optimum wallet and the Ledger Nano X hardware wallet and compare them side-by-side to see which cryptocurrency wallet offers more in each aspect.
In-depth Comparision between Prokey Optimum and Ledger Nano X
Let’s compare all the features between the two (2) hardware crypto wallets.
This is what both wallets look like.
Released in 2021, the Prokey Optimum wallet is a squarish-shaped device with an LCD screen and hardware buttons.
Ledger Nano X
Released in 2019, the Ledger Nano X looks like a rectangular USB flash drive with a swivel metal cover. On its surface, it has an OLED screen.
Comparing the size measurement & weight
(Width x Height x Depth)
|Ledger Nano X||72mm × 18.6mm × 11.75mm|
(2.8in x 0.7in x 0.4in)
|Prokey Optimum||50mm x 41mm x 9.4mm|
(1.9in x 1.6in x 0.3in)
In terms of size dimensions, the Ledger Nano X is smaller than the NGrave ZERO hardware wallet, thanks to its sleek, long design. However, the Prokey Optimum weighs lighter at 16.7 grams (or 0.5 oz).
Comparing the screen size, port connectors and connectivity
|Hardware Wallet||Screen Size||Port Connector||Connectivity|
|Ledger Nano X||128 x 64 pixels||USB Type-C||Bluetooth|
|Prokey Optimum||240 x 240 pixels||USB Type Micro-B||–|
The Prokey Optimum has a larger screen and uses the USB Micro-B connector.
The Ledger Nano X uses Bluetooth connectivity and has a small 128×64 pixels display with a USB Type-C port.
How many coins & tokens are supported
|Hardware Wallet||Supported Coins/Tokens||Notes|
|Ledger Nano X||5,500+||Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Polkadot|
and many more. (Full list)
|Prokey Optimum||1,500+||Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tether, Dash, Zcash,|
all ERC20 tokens (Full list)
The Ledger Nano X supports more cryptocurrencies, over 5,500+ in total, compared to the 1500+ coins/tokens supported by the Prokey Optimum hardware wallet.
Crypto Exchanges & Fiat Gateways
|Hardware Wallet||Integration Platforms|
|Ledger Nano X||Changelly, Coinify, Wyre|
The Ledger Nano X has more integration platforms, e.g., Changelly, Coinify and Wyre. This allows users to buy, sell or swap their cryptocurrencies.
On the other hand, the Prokey Optimum wallet support WalletConnect, an open-source protocol that connects decentralized applications (DApps) to its hardware wallet. DApps can be crypto exchanges and even NFTs marketplaces.
Which hardware wallet support crypto staking?
|Hardware Wallet||Staking Support|
|Ledger Nano X||Support over 30+ coins/tokens.|
E.g. Ethereum (ETH), Tron (TRX), Cronos (CRO) & Algorand (ALGO)
|Prokey Optimum||Currently does not support staking|
The Ledger Nano X support cryptocurrency staking of over 30+ coins/tokens, such as Ethereum (ETH), Tron (TRX) and Cronos (CRO).
The Prokey Optimum currently does not support crypto staking features.
What’s the cost of each hardware wallet
|Ledger Nano X||$149 USD|
|Prokey Optimum||$69 USD|
The Prokey Optimum is cheaper, priced at $69 USD.
The Ledger Nano X is more expensive, priced at $149 USD.
What are the different types of payment methods accepted
|Hardware Wallet||Payment Methods|
|Ledger Nano X||* PayPal|
* Credit card
* Crypto.com Pay
|Prokey Optimum||* Credit card|
The Ledger Nano X accept anonymous payments, using cryptocurrencies through Crypto.com Pay and BitPay.
The Prokey Optimum accepts credit cards and using PayPal.