Hardware wallet company Ledger announced on Tuesday that it will release a limited edition of the new hardware wallet, the Ledger Nano S Plus. This product can only be pre-ordered for 10,000 devices for $ 79 per unit. In addition to the event, Ledger announced a global partnership with the Ethereum-based Proof of Attendance Protocol (POAP).
POAP is called non-fungible token digital memory or NFT to show other users evidence of critical moment engagement and attendance. In January, Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin emphasized the potential importance of tying NFTs to the soul. Proof of achievement..
“Protecting and protecting digital memory, like the POAP that can be collected with the Ledger Nano S Plus, is a must for anyone building a lifelong collection,” said Lucas Verra, CEO of POAP. The Genesis Edition of the Ledger Nano S Plus has a special engraving. Each package also includes a card that can be exchanged for a Genesis POAP NFT, so users can carry proof of this dedicated hardware wallet to their digital wallet as well. POAP will also create a special edition NFT for ledger events in the future. Ian Rogers, Ledger’s Chief Experience Officer, said of the development:
“This partnership with POAP and the launch of the Ledger Nano S Plus Genesis Edition at an affordable price show that we have acknowledged that digital assets will only grow as a tool for life experiences.”
The Ledger Nano S Plus is the first hardware wallet released by Ledger since the debut of the Ledger Nano X in 2019. According to the company, it sells over 4.5 million Ledger Nano hardware wallets and about 20% of the world’s digital assets protected by Ledger devices. .. Nano S Plus supports all types of digital assets, from over 5,500 coins and tokens to NFTs.