What is the best bitcoin hardware wallet - Trezor, KeepKey or Ledger?

Discussion in 'General Bitcoin Gambling Discussion' started by 4TheWin, Sep 23, 2016.

  1. Humble Servant

    Humble Servant Active Member Staff Member

    Ledger have now officially sold over 1 million of their popular Ledger Nano S wallet. That a huge number when you take into account that most casual users probably store the bulk of their BTC on Xapo or in the Coinbase vault.

  2. Lance

    Lance Member

    has anyone tried the new bitfi hardware wallet recommended by john mcafee?

  3. PokerGod

    PokerGod Member

    Avoid KeepKey, they haven't even managed to integrate SegWit a full year after the update went live.

  4. Humble Servant

    Humble Servant Active Member Staff Member

    KeepKey have finally updated their hardware wallet to be SegWit compatible. Both Ledger and Trezor have had SegWit for the past year but it's good to see KeepKey finally implement this important change.

  5. Humble Servant

    Humble Servant Active Member Staff Member

    I certainly wouldn't recommend any product by those idiots at Blockchain.com but they have released a hardware wallet called Blockchain Lockbox...

  6. PokerGod

    PokerGod Member

    it looks exactly like a ledger nano s so i presume they've just put their logo on it. they still haven't figured out how to implement segwit in their wallet so i won't be touching anything associated with their brand.
  7. Fatboy

    Fatboy Member

    I'm considering buying one of the new Ledger Nano X wallets but I don't like the fact that it comes with Bluetooth for connection to smartphones. This seems like a security breach to me.
  8. Humble Servant

    Humble Servant Active Member Staff Member

    Since Hardware wallets are so popular now, we wrote this guide to the best hardware wallets where we review the Ledger Nano X, Trezor Model T, Coldcard, Keep Key and OpenDime.
  9. Nayana Patil

    Nayana Patil New Member

    Hey, I feel KeepKey would be good because.
    KeepKey wallet reflects commendable features, however, it still lags as compared to its competitors like Trezor and Ledger. The security of the wallet is still questionable, and the number of coins supported by the wallet is also limited. Although, it is an affordable wallet and is also very aesthetically appealing.

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