Tony Fadell, the inventor of the iPod, created the machine, and the France-based company Ledger claims that it was constructed with “uncompromisingly secure architecture.”
Tony Fadell, an American engineer and former senior vice president of Apple’s iPod division, created the new device.
In addition to the iPhone, one of Apple’s best-selling items was the iPod.
In a statement to Bitcoin.com News, Fadell said, “Digging into Ledger’s proven security technology and trying all the ‘best’ hardware wallets out there convinced me to design a next-gen device with Pascal, Ian, and the brilliant Ledger team.”
A “user-delightful” solution would make digital asset security accessible to everyone, not just computer nerds, Fadell continued.
“With Ledger Stax, we have created a cool, lovely, and enjoyable device.” Ledger is presently accepting pre-orders for Stax, a hardware wallet that will reportedly be accessible to the entire public by March 2023.
In addition to the sale on its website, Ledger claims that a few shops, including Best Buy, will also sell the Stax gadget.