Protect your crypto with The Hundreds’ ‘Adam Bomb’ wallet

The streetwear brand, a heavy player in NFTs, has partnered with Ledger.


Bobby Hundreds has gotten deep into Web3. The Hundreds has found a strong second life in NFTs with the introduction of the Adam Bomb Squad in 2021, and now the streetwear brand is getting into crypto hardware. Together with the Ledger, The Hundreds has released a collection of hard wallets to help you protect your most precious digital assets.

What’s in your wallet? — If you’re familiar with Ledger’s previous collab with Fendi, the upcoming wallets feature a similar blueprint. While it may not seem like the most practical idea to carry digital assets on a branded piece of hardware, the wallets do help protect against scams and thieves.

The Ledger Nano X combines a hardware wallet with the Ledger Live app so that users can secure, buy, exchange, and grow their crypto assets. The wallets, also known as cold wallets, are specially made to safeguard and manage the user’s private keys while working simultaneously with multiple blockchains. However, it’s also worth noting that the Ledger wallets aren’t suitable for mining or compatible with Chromebooks.


Adam Bomb Squad holders were gifted the wallets based on their respective sticker traits, featuring black, red, blue, and green colors. The case is stainless steel and flips up to reveal the Ledger Nano X. The Hundreds’ signature Adam Bomb takes its place on the wallet’s cover in an intricate, ingrained design. It’s not as flashy as the Fendi Nano X, but it still catches the eye of a streetwear lover well-versed in crypto.

Per Ledger’s website, the company and the Adam Bomb Squad will be “releasing a series of content across both brands’ social media platforms to educate new and experienced users alike on the importance of protecting your NFT assets, as well as how to use the device itself.”

The Hundreds Ledger Nano X can be yours for $160 and comes with three recovery sheets and a keychain strap. Cryptocurrency theft increased 516 percent between 2020 and 2022, CNBC reported, so let’s hope your wallet doesn’t get snatched up either.