Ledger Quest to Feature Cardano Clay Nation NFT

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Crypto wallet provider Ledger announces upcoming Quest to feature Cardano-based Clay Nation NFT.

Leading cryptocurrency hardware wallet provider Ledger has announced an upcoming Quest to feature Clay Nation, a Cardanno-based NFT. Ledger announced on its Twitter handle yesterday.

Are you a fan of the biggest Cardano NFT community, @claymates?

If so, you’ve got a Ledger Quest coming your way!

Coming soon to https://t.co/eakRSmmSsn. pic.twitter.com/Q8oOMNosf4

— Ledger (@Ledger) July 10, 2023

Cardano community members can participate in Ledger Quest in order to win a Clay Nation NFT. Notably, Ledger has still not unveiled the official date for the upcoming Quest. The upcoming Quest is dubbed “CLAY CAMPUS: THE SECURITY GRADUATION QUEST.”

Meanwhile, Ledger has shared some materials to help participants “ace the Quest.” Some of the materials focused on different aspects of crypto and web3, including Web3 Security Essentials, Crypto Wallets & Ledger Ecosystem, Smart Contract Functions & Safe Signings.

Ledger Quest

Ledger Quest is a web 3.0 education experience launched in September 2022 by the leading hardware wallet provider. The initiative requires users to read and learn all about Ledger’s web3 security basis.

With Ledger Quest, crypto users can test their industry knowledge and be rewarded with NFTs. Interestingly, this time around, participants of the upcoming Ledger Quest will earn Clay Nation NFTs.

Clay Nation NFT

For context, the Clay Nation is a collection of 10K digital characters created from handcrafted clay traits. The NFT is based on the Cardano blockchain.

“Our vision is to create an ever-growing, values-driven community, leveraging the potential of Web3 to harness creativity and human connection,” the team behind Clay Nation noted.

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Clay Nation gained massive popularity last year after the team behind the NFT partnered with American Hip Hop star Snoop Dogg and his son, Cordell Broadus (Cham Medici). thecryptobasic.com

Source: cryptodaily.co.uk