Ledger, a producer of bitcoin hardware wallets, has announced a partnership with The Sandbox metaverse! Ian Rogers, Ledger’s chief experience officer, announced the announcement on Monday, April 4, at the Non-Fungible Conference (NFC) in Paris. The alliance’s goal is to strengthen the metaverse’s security. Additionally, it will provide Ledger with a location in the metaverse where he may educate and assist users.
Sandboxes and Ledgers:
Both platforms’ users will benefit from the link between Ledger and The Sandbox, two of the industry’s most well-known companies. To begin, Ledger will provide SAND owners with customised Ledger Nanos. More importantly, Ledger intends to establish a facility on its LAND that will educate and delight the public. Sandbox users will be able to meet Ledger’s customer support representatives at the business’s “office hours bar.”
“The reality is that educated people become Ledger customers,” Rogers told Cointelegraph. “..So we just want to make sure that all people have all the education they need to be safe and to properly manage this incredible right and freedom that they have of self-custody.”
“Self-custody gives you personal freedom, but it’s also responsibility. You have to take it super seriously so that you keep that right and don’t lose it,” he added.
Ledger is a well-known maker of hardware bitcoin wallets for those who are unfamiliar. In short, hardware wallets are physical devices that store a user’s seed phrase/private key. Due to the growing amount of NFT frauds in the market, it has become safer to store NFTs in hardware wallets. They are more secure than hot wallets such as Metamask.
The partnership will have a profound effect on the metaverse as a whole. Both Ledger and The Sandbox will share further details on the collaboration shortly.