The Sandbox and Ledger have teamed up to promote crypto education in the metaverse

The Sandbox, a virtual reality experience created by the French crypto wallet business Ledger, will be used to teach people about crypto security.

The Sandbox blockchain game has teamed with bitcoin hardware wallet vendor Ledger to encourage crypto education in its virtual environment. On Monday, Ian Rogers, Ledger’s chief experience officer, broke the news at the Non-Fungible Conference (NFC). The new relationship, he said, intends to provide security to The Sandbox’s universe, as well as give Ledger a spot in The Sandbox (SAND) to educate people about crypto. Rogers congratulated The Sandbox and its co-founder and chief operations officer Sebastien Borget for the opportunity, stating that as part of the agreement, Ledger will supply SAND owners with special Ledger Nanos.

Rogers stated in an exclusive statement that the most crucial aspect of the cooperation with The Sandbox is providing individuals with security education. He explained:

 

“The reality is that educated people become Ledger customers, so we just want to make sure that everyone has all of the education they need to stay safe and correctly manage their great self-control rights and freedoms.”

“Self-custody provides you a lot of personal freedom, but it also comes with a lot of responsibility. “You have to take it very seriously so that you don’t lose that right,” Rogers remarked.

The firm hopes to release further specifics about the agreement at a later date, according to a Ledger representative. Ledger is a leading manufacturer of hardware cryptocurrency wallets, which are USB devices that contain the user’s private keys. The French firm has been actively expanding its operations beyond standard cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC), now supporting nonfungible tokens as well (NFTs). Ledger released a limited version of the Ledger Nano S Plus, a fresh new hardware wallet that supports NFTs by design, in early March.

 

Disclaimer: These are the writer’s opinions and should not be considered investment advice. Readers should do their own research.

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