Crypto Wallet Maker Ledger Partners with Ethereum-Powered Metaverse Sandbox ($SAND)

Crypto Wallet Maker Ledger Partners with Ethereum-Powered Metaverse Sandbox ($SAND)
  • Ledger, a leading provider of cryptocurrency wallets, has announced a partnership with Metaverse Sandbox, an Ethereum-powered virtual world platform. Under the partnership, Ledger will provide Metaverse Sandbox users with secure storage and management of their $SAND tokens.
  • Metaverse Sandbox is a virtual world platform that allows users to create, own, and monetize their own virtual reality experiences. The platform is powered by Ethereum, and $SAND tokens are used to purchase virtual assets and services within the Metaverse.
  • The partnership between Ledger and Metaverse Sandbox will provide Metaverse users with a secure and convenient way to store and manage their $SAND tokens. Ledger’s cryptocurrency wallets are widely recognized.

Benefits of this Partnership to users

  • With this partnership, Ledger and Metaverse will work together to provide users with a secure and easy-to-use way to access Metaverse’s dApps and digital assets.
  • This partnership will allow Metaverse Sandbox users to store their $SAND tokens on Ledger’s Nano S and Nano X wallets. Ledger’s Nano S and Nano X wallets are hardware wallets that provide security against virtual currency theft. Metaverse Sandbox is a decentralized virtual world that uses Ethereum’s smart contract technology to allow users to create, own, and trade virtual assets.
  • Ian Rogers, Ledger’s chief experience officer, first announced the partnership at the Non-Fungible Conference last Monday (April 4). Rogers said the partnership aimed to bring greater security to The Sandbox and educate its users on crypto.
  • As part of the partnership, Rogers says the company will be offering $SAND owners custom Ledger Nano hardware wallets. Rogers continued, saying self-custody offered users personal freedom, albeit at the cost of greater responsibility. He cautioned that users needed to take their security “super seriously,” in order to remain in control of their digital assets.