Tony Fadell is renowned for designing Apple’s original iPod music player and for being cocreator of the first iPhones, before going on to develop smart thermostats at Nest. On Tuesday, the famous engineer revealed his latest product: a hardware wallet he built for the crypto firm Ledger.
The new wallet, called Ledger Stax, comes with an E-Ink display that covers the front and curves around the spine of the card-like device, letting users easily view transactions as well as their favorite art.
If you’re unfamiliar with Ledger, the company makes UBS-like devices that let users store Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies offline. Its flagship product is the Ledger Nano, which interacts with customers’ phones and lets them store and view their crypto securely.
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