Top 3 hardware wallets for crypto 2018

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The Ledger Nano S is the cheapest of the three hardware wallets with a screen; it costs about $95. Ledger, one of the most well-known Bitcoin security companies, released the device in August 2016.

TREZOR launched in August 2014 as the first Bitcoin hardware wallet, offering secure bitcoin storage plus the ability to spend with the convenience of a hot wallet. TREZOR is a small, thumb-sized device.

KeepKey was released in September 2015 and was the second hardware Bitcoin wallet to offer a screen. The KeepKey’s larger screen gives it some extra security features that the Nano S and Trezor lack.

Ledger Nano S vs. Trezor vs. KeepKey

Ledger Nano S

Trezor

KeepKey

What’s in the box? – Ledger Nano S

– USB cable

– Instructions

– Recovery sheet

– Keychain

– TREZOR

– USB  cable

– Recovery   seed booklet

– User guide

– KeepKey

– USB cable

– Recovery backup   card

– Quick start guide

Dimension & Weight Height: 98 mm

Width: 18 mm

Depth: 9 mm

Weight:16.2g

Height: 60 mm

Width: 30 mm

Depth: 6 mm

Weight:12 g

Height: 38 mm

Width: 93.5 mm

Depth: 12.2 mm

Weight:54 g

OLED Display & Buttons Yes Yes Yes
Compatibility Windows (7+), Mac (10.8+), Linux Windows, Linux, OS X (10.8 or higher). Windows, Mac, and Linux
Crypto-

currencies

Bitcoin

Bitcoin Cash

Ethereum

Ethereum Classic

Ripple

Litecoin

Dogecoin

Zcash

Dash

Stratis

Komodo

Ark

PoSW

ERC20 tokens

Bitcoin

Bitcoin Cash

Ethereum

Ethereum Classic

Namecoin

Litecoin

Dogecoin

Zcash

Dash

ERC20 tokens

Bitcoin

Ethereum

Litecoin

Namecoin

Dogecoin

Dash

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