The leading crypto hardware and security company Ledger is starting a new foray into the world of NFTs and web3 services with the launch of a personal non-fungible marketplace dubbed Ledger Market. The news was announced at the Ledger Op3n conference at NFT.NYC, the Ledger's tweeter post reads. In addition to the NFT platform, the hardware wallet Ledger is also rolling out a bunch of other products and services centered around web3 education and security.
The Ledger Market NFT platform promises to focus on security and transparency. According to Ledger CEO Pascal Gauthier, the NFT platform will be solving the most urgent problems in the realm, including scams and compliance with cutting-edge wen3 technology.
“What we want to do at Ledger is to accompany creators and brands throughout their NFT journey and to secure the whole stack from minting the NFT to distribution into production,” Gauthier said.
For now, some big market players such as LVMH's Tag Heuer, NFT collection DeadFellaz, and Brick/Babylon, are willing to list their assets on Ledger Market.
“What we want to do at Ledger is to accompany creators and brands throughout their NFT journey and to secure the whole stack from minting the NFT to distribution into production,” Ledger's CEO added.
Regarding Ledger's web3 services platform dubbed Ledger Enterprise Create, it allows both companies and individuals to process web3 projects with total control of creative processes. The next-gen web3 technology will be adopted and accessed by users to educate and push them to creativity.
Another endeavor Ledger's preparing to jump into is web3 gaming and education purposes. Thus, the game called Ledger Quest will empower users to earn using NFTs, while Ledger Academy will provide knowledge on blockchain technology and security.
On top of that, Leger aims to draw more new users into the web3 by attracting a celebrity squad of influencers, including Mike Shinoda, Deadfellaz, Dan Held, and Bobby Hundreds.
With such big-name ambassadors on board, the company is doomed to success, eh?