Published On: Tue, Jun 20th, 2017

Battle of the Bitcoin Hardware Wallets: Trezor, KeepKey or Ledger Nano S?

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I’ve finally decided to check out the Trezor, the original Bitcoin hardware wallet, to see why it’s a favorite among cryptocurrency users and how it compares to its main rivals, namely the Ledger Nano S and KeepKey.
Trezor: Nothing Beats the Original?
The Trezor hardware wallet is a perennial favorite among Bitcoin and cryptocurrency users. Released a few years ago, it was the first of its kind, combining user-friendliness and advanced security in handling Bitcoin private keys.
This device costs $99 USD and also supports Dash, Zcash and Ethereum. Simply put, it makes it possible to store as well as transact without exposing your private keys even on a compromised computer.
I must admit, however, that in over three years in the Bitcoin space — which seem like eons— I have never even held the Trezor in my hands. I was first introduced to hardware wallets through the Ledger Nano S ($69) and the KeepKey ($99), which I review here.
It’s safe to say that these devices are the ‘big three’ hardware wallets on the market today, which all work in a similar manner and only when plugged into your computer. 

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