Crypto hardware wallet maker Ledger has thrown its hat in the NFT field.
On Tuesday, the company announced that they’ll be releasing a limited edition batch of NFT-focused wallets.
Dubbed the Ledger Nano S Plus, the wallet is available for pre-order at $79, and only 10,000 of them will be made, perhaps in a bid to pay homage to NFT drops.
For this product, Ledger has partnered with Ethereum-based Proof of Attendance Protocol (POAP).
For the uninitiated, POAPs are seen as some form of digital memories of NFTs, as they show proof of attendance and engagement for key moments.
“Securing and protecting your digital memories, like the POAP you can collect with your Ledger Nano S Plus, is a must for anyone building their lifelong collection.”Lucas Verra, CEO of POAP
The Nano S Plus come with special engraving, and a card that can be redeemed for a Genesis POAP NFT. This will enable holders to carry proof of this wallet in a digital wallet.
This will be the first new hardware wallet from Ledger since 2019 when it launched the Nano X.
The company is the leading maker and seller of physical crypto wallets, claiming to have sold over 4.5 million of them.
In addition to supporting NFTs, you’ll also be able to store traditional crypto and other blockchain assets.