Curious about which hardware wallet is right for you? Check out our review and demo of the Digital BitBox. The Digital Bitbox is one of the most popular cryptocurrencies wallets on the market today. Encompassing the Swiss ideals of privacy and security, the Digital Bitbox goes to great length to provide its users piece of mind. With an inconspicuous design and an easy to use native software client makes the Digital Bitbox an attractive purchase.
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If you’ve considered a cryptocurrency hardware wallet, then you’ve probably already come across the Ledger Nano S. And for good reason! The Nano S is the result of success of the original Ledger Nano. A screen and pair of buttons helps the user enter information on the device directly. But perhaps the most sought-after aspect of the Ledger Nano S is its multiple token support and attractive price. It is only $69 USD (about 58 euros) to top competitor Trezor’s $117 USD (about 99 euros).
Multiple token support
In the beginning, hardware wallets were primarily designed solely for use with Bitcoin. Even as alternative cryptocurrencies such as Litecoin started popping up, no hardware wallets were made to support this. Part of the problem is differing cryptographic algorithms. Ledger decided to solve with this with Ledger Blue and Ledger Nano S devices, which support apps. That’s right, the app model is now prevalent on our security devices!
In this video, we go over the how to store your cryptocurrency, as well as four different types of wallets. If you’re more of the reading type, feel free to read about hardware wallets. We are also aware you might need more info about crypto, so you can read WTF is Cryptocurrency too if you want! We take an in-depth look at all-things-crypto!