The company also introduced platforms for learning how to work with blockchain technologies

Ledger launched NFT marketplace and service for developers in Web 3.0

23.06.2022 - 07:25

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What’s new? Ledger has launched its own NFT marketplace, as well as a service platform for enterprises operating in Web 3.0. Ledger Market, a marketplace for trading non-fungible tokens, prioritizes security and transparency to protect against fraud, said the company’s head, Pascal Gauthier. The marketplace has entered into a partnership with LVMH’s Tag Heuer brand and NFT collections DeadFellaz and Brick/Babylon. The platform, Ledger Enterprise Create, will enable companies to scale projects in Web 3.0 and securely move into the NFT space.

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What else did the company say? In May, the company launched Ledger Connect, a hardware wallet that enables users to connect to Web 3.0 applications. Gauthier noted that an important goal for the company is to educate users about working with this technology. To this end, the company has launched Ledger Quest, a Learn-to-earn game with rewards in the form of NFTs, as well as Ledger Academy, an educational platform that provides information about blockchain technology.

Ledger, founded in 2014, develops cryptocurrency security solutions, as well as blockchain applications for companies. It produces its own hardware wallets for storing digital assets. According to Pascal Gauthier, Ledger currently has more than 2 million active users per day, and more than 20% of cryptocurrencies worldwide are protected using the company’s technologies.

In April, the company released its new universal hardware wallet, Ledger Connect, Nano S Plus version. The device is aimed at cryptocurrency users, decentralized finance (DeFi), and NFT collectors. On April 4, Ledger partnered with The Sandbox metaverse to promote its services through raising user awareness of cryptocurrencies.

The company also introduced its own debit card, with which users buy cryptocurrencies directly. Gauthier said that this move potentially paves the way for the wider adoption of crypto payment services.

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