Best Hardware Wallets Where You Can Store Your Cryptos

Tuesday 27 October 2020, 6:01 AM AEST - 1 month ago

In 2016, the world understood that there is great potential in investing in Bitcoin (BTC). This is why a fair number of people have not traded it since then. After the annual halving, it is highly likely for Bitcoin price to surge. Apart from this, not a small amount of people are actively trading. In any case, you need to have a secure digital wallet to keep your assets in.

The best way to go about this depends on the usage. However, for maximum security, it is always recommended to keep your digital wallet on a cold storage device. Instead of a thumbstick, now we have several hardware wallets that allow just that. They come with custom firmware and offer different security features. Here we will quickly go through 10 of the best hardware wallets to store your cryptos.

Trezor

Series of hardware wallets by SatoshiLabs called Trezor models are becoming fairly popular. This company is attributed to be one of the few selected to have arguably the best hardware wallets on the market.

Model One

Like with other well-established companies, Trezor has its older but still very useful hardware wallets and the upgraded ones. The Model One came out in 2014 and was developed by SatoshiLabs. Although a long time has passed since then, this device offers a high level of security in addition to a user-friendly interface and support for large types of cryptos – all of this for a relatively low price.

Model T

Trezor Model T is what Ledger Nano X is for Nano S. It is a newer version of the same device, but with upgraded traits and overall design overhaul. Now it has a touchscreen to assist, the latest firmware and security upgrades. The design has become more car key looking, which doesnt stick out as much.

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