Hardware wallet company Ledger has launched a new hardware wallet for storing non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
The new hardware wallet is Ledger Nano S Plus, a product that allows NFT collectors to securely store digital arts or products in a physical wallet.
The Nano S Plus is an upgrade of the Nano iteration. It supports the “clear signing” technology through Ledger Live to enable collectors to see all the transaction details and eliminate the risk of blind signing blockchain transactions.
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Ledger’s founder Ian Rogers added that “Ledger’s software application Ledger Live prioritizes NFT support where users can view their NFTs in Ledger Live and securely transact through clear signing.”
This is the first time the hardware wallet supplier would prioritize NFTs since it started operation in 2014. The company had earlier focused on servicing cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum with hardware wallets.
This is one of Ledger’s pushes into emerging digital space. At the Non Fungible Conference in Lisbon on Tuesday, Ian Rogers announced the company’s partnership with The Sandbox, a virtual land realtor on the metaverse.
Ledger will acquire 6 tracts of land in The Sandbox virtual world, where it will create play-to-earn educational games for its users.