The non-fungible token of division will be headed by Brooks as the company expands its support to display, management, storage and security of NFT pieces.
Brooks has worked fopr Apple Music, in which he aided launch Apple Music and Music radio station beats, which was acquired by Apple in 2014. Brooks also worked at TopspinMedia, in which he was the head of their integration team, integrating Beats Music and Spotify, before he worked for Beat Music as director of artist integration. All the aforementioned he did before he joined Ledger.
Brooks will in his current position be in charge of bridging the platform with the artistic community and developing NFT management products. Also, ensuring NFTs comes first in all ledgers’s software and hardware platform is the main focus of his duty.
According to Brooks:
“I’ve spent my career serving the artist community. With NFTs there is an opportunity to re imagine how art and music are created, sampled, and managed while simultaneously addressing the security issues in storing NFTs on internet-connected devices,” Brooks said. The Apple Music veteran noted that his mission will be “simplifying the process to help artists showcase and manage their digital works, and to securely store them.”