Ledger unveils Ledger Stax, a new cryptocurrency hardware wallet

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Ledger introduces Larger Stax

The new model features a curved E-Ink touchscreen with a large field view

The device will cost €279 and will be available for purchase in Q1 2023


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Cryptocurrency hardware wallet company Ledger unveils a new model, Ledger Stax.

The new security device does not only look different from Ledger’s Nano cold wallets. It brings the user experience to a whole new level. The design of Ledger Stax was developed in partnership with the creator of the original iPod, Tony Fadell. The model features the first-of-a-kind curved E-Ink touchscreen with a large field view. The device is also personalizable – holders can put their favorite pictures or NFTs on the screen. 

Like Ledger Nano, the new model is compatible with Linux, macOS, Windows, Android, iOS, the Ledger Live app, and third-party wallets for coins and NFTs. Ledger Stax will cost €279, while Nano X goes for €149 and Nano S Plus for €79. 

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Individuals that wish to pre-order a Ledger Stax device need to mint the Ledger Stax NFT Bundle on the company’s NFT platform. The NFTs will cost 0.22 ETH, which is currently the equivalent of $271. Additionally to the device itself, NFT holders will receive a protective case for it. 

The Ledger Stax NFTs also unlock access to the exclusive “Art on Ledger Stax” Generative Collection. The project features generative artworks created by five digital artists, formatted to fit Ledger Star’s screen. 

The Ledger Market Genesis Pass holders will have exclusive access and can mint the Stax tokens before December 13, while the public minting will begin on December 14. Following this, the general public will have the opportunity to purchase Ledger Stax starting from Q1 2023. 

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Valeria Goncharenko

Valeria is an Italy-based writer passionate about Web3 and innovation. She is getting her second Major in International Business Management while dedicating her spare time to photography and fashion.

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