Ledger, a maker of hardware wallets, revealed the arrival of the Ledger Stax on Tuesday.
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, the creator of the iPod, collaborates with Ledger to introduce the Stax cryptocurrency hardware wallet.
In a similar vein, Stax enables users to safeguard their cryptocurrency holdings and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in a secure element environment that has earned the EAL 5+ certification.
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.
The new hardware wallet uses Bluetooth technology to connect to Ledger’s mobile app and a USB-C connection to connect to a PC.
“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.