Wallets

What To Do When Ledger Says "MCU Firmware is Outdated"

January 08, 2020 1 min read

Cobo Tablet Review: 5 Things to Know (2020 Update)

December 29, 2019 4 min read

While the material of the Cobo Tablet may be sufficient to survive high temperatures and crushing forces, these advantages are quickly swept away because of the overall construction. Due to the extremely small screws, the integrity of the Cobo Tablet simply cannot be trusted. I would not recommend this device for use of its intended purpose.

Billfodl Review (2020 Update)

December 21, 2019 4 min read

The Billfodl is simply the best recovery seed backup on the market. It is capable of storing a variety of seed and key formats such as Hexadecimal, BIP-39, alphanumeric and others. It features marine grade stainless steel which makes it impervious to corrosion and safe from fires twice that of an average house fire.

Cryptosteel Review: 5 Things to Know (2020 Update)

December 07, 2019 4 min read

The original Cryptosteel backup device (now known as "the cryptosteel cassette") retails from $92-185 due to the range of different tile selections which must be chosen from. It's poor packaging and illegible tiles make it difficult to load and read; crucial characteristics for a device made to store sensitive data.

Cryptosteel Capsule Review: What You Need to Know (2020 Update)

November 22, 2019 6 min read

The bizarre ‘open-source’ artwork on a patent pending product, potential for catastrophic data loss, and complicated device setup make the Cryptosteel Capsule a poor recovery seed backup. Add to this Cryptosteel’s historically awful customer service and lack of guarantees and you have a truly embarrassing attempt.

How to Backup a Bitcoin Wallet (2020 Update)

October 26, 2019 6 min read

If you have never backed up a bitcoin wallet before, then it important to know what to expect and the current best practices. Our guide explains the best way to backup your Bitcoin wallet so you can be sure your coins are safe. Using an offline, stainless steel backup is crucial to good security!

Trezor Model T Review: What You Need to Know (2020 Update)

October 03, 2019 11 min read

The classic Trezor One is the original hardware wallet boasting an easy to use interface and tons of features that make hodling safer and simpler. With only a few downsides, this wallet is great for crypto newbs. For more detailed information, like supported coins and features, read our entire Trezor One review here.

Trezor One Review: What You Need to Know (2020 Update)

September 20, 2019 10 min read

The classic Trezor One is the original hardware wallet boasting an easy to use interface and tons of features that make hodling safer and simpler. With only a few downsides, this wallet is great for crypto newbs. For more detailed information, like supported coins and features, read our entire trezor one review here.

KeepKey Review: What You Need to Know (2020 Update)

September 02, 2019 12 min read

The Keepkey is a one of the big 3 multicurrency hardware wallets. It's a mixed bag of pros and cons, but depending on your budget and desire for a larger screen, it may be the wallet for you. If more advanced security features are a must, you might consider passing. Read on to learn more all about the Crypto Keepkey hardware wallet by Shapeshift.

Ledger Nano X Review: What to Know Before Buying (2020 Update)

August 29, 2019 13 min read

Of all the big three hardware wallet companies, Ledger offers the most popular and inexpensive hardware wallet on the market at only $59. The Nano S provides cold storage by creating and storing your wallet’s private keys offline. It can also be integrated with third-party wallets to manage other tokens non-natively.

Ledger Nano S Review: What to Know Before Buying (2020 Update)

August 26, 2019 11 min read

The Ledger Nano S is the most popular and inexpensive hardware wallet on the market. It is the only wallet using a secure chip at this price point, which, along with its vast array of coin support, makes it stand out against its competitors: the Trezor and the Keepkey. Compare the Nano S to the Nano X in this review.

How to Transfer from Coinbase to Trezor (2020 Update)

August 15, 2019 4 min read

If you have recently acquired a Trezor Model T or Trezor One device and you hold coins on coinbase, you want to transfer your coins as soon as possible. This guide will teach you how to transfer your coins from Coinbase to Trezor step-by-step, as well as show you how to monitor the transaction using a block explorer.


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