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The creator of the iPod created a hardware wallet for storing cryptocurrency

Ledger, maker of cryptocurrency hardware wallets, has officially unveiled a new device co-developed with the original iPod’s creator, Tony Fadell. The Ledger Stax wallet, designed for “cold” or isolated storage of digital assets, was unveiled at the Ledger Op3n event taking place in France these days.

    Image source: CNBC

Image source: CNBC

Visually, the Ledger Stax resembles a small smartphone or a plastic card reader. The novelty has dimensions of 85 × 54 mm and weighs 45 g and can be used to store various tokens, including Bitcoins, Ethereum, Cardano, Solana and others.

The design includes a black and white e-ink display and magnets, allowing multiple Stax devices to stack neatly. The display has a slight curvature on one side, so that the user always has an overview of which cryptocurrency is stored in the wallet. To connect to a computer, it is proposed to use a USB cable and interact with a smartphone – Bluetooth.

The new cryptocurrency wallet Ledger Stax can be purchased for $279. The manufacturer began accepting pre-orders for the purchase of the device immediately after the presentation of the novelty. The first deliveries of the wallet are scheduled to begin in the first quarter of next year.

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