Hardware Wallets 2017-10-31T00:38:38+00:00

Hardware Wallets

Hardware wallets store your coins in a USB drive wallet. They are specifically made for holding cryptocurrencies, and every day being updated to support more and more alt coins. They’re favoured by long time holders, and therefore stored completely disconnected from the web and any kind of network which could be hacked. Users simply plug the USB drive into their PC whenever they need to send of receive funds. If you are serious about investing in cryptocurrencies it is highly recommended that you invest in a hardware wallet as this is the most secure method of storing coins along with paper wallets but has far more practical uses than a paper wallet.
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Ledger Wallet have designed two hardware wallets only one is available at them moment and you can pre-order.
Both of these hardware wallets will support a number of different cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin and Ethereum. Ledger Wallet also have a number of different applications which will work alongside your Ledger Wallet. To find out more about the different products and applications click the link below to visit the official Ledger wallet website.

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