Ledger Unveils New Crypto Wallet Made with iPod Designer
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Dec. 6, 2022

France-based cryptocurrency hardware wallet developer Ledger has revealed a new product made in a collaboration with iPod designer Tony Fadell.

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The new credit-card-sized device called Ledger Stax supports not only traditional cryptocurrencies, but also non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and has access to Web3 applications through the Ledger Live app. The wallet is expected to start shipping by the end of March 2023 at $279.

The main difference between the new wallet and its predecessors is his design: the wallet has a new curved display with the battery which is said to be last for weeks or even months "on one battery charge."

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In a commentary for TechCrunch, Fadell said he was envisioning "what the future of digital assets would look like and I came up with this idea of what the next generational [wallet] would look like."

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