What is a hardware wallet?

A hardware wallet is a physical device. It may be similar to a USB drive. Hardware drives store the private keys on a physical device. Hardware drives work as offline devices that connect to the Internet when needed to conduct transactions or check balances.

What is a hardware wallet?

A hardware wallet is a physical device. It may be similar to a USB drive. Hardware drives store the private keys on a physical device. Hardware drives work as offline devices that connect to the Internet when needed to conduct transactions or check balances. To use a hardware wallet, the owner would use the public and private keys to access the digital file. The hardware wallet can enable balance checks, and transfers to other accounts.

Digital currency transfers do not involve movement assets. The process is like relinquishing title to a property aby pacing in the name of another person. The asset stays in its place in the digital world, and we attach a new name and address to the ownership line.

When owners leave their digital currency in online environments, they may be at risk for attacks that can interfere with ownership and cause losses. Th hardware wallet is an opportunity to store the private access keys in an offline form. Hardware wallet users must keep their device in a safe place and keep it from adverse conditions that ca damage the device.

Currently, only two hardware wallets support Tezos

Trezor Model T
$ 170

Ex. shipping

Supports Tezos

1.100+ crypto assets

Full color touchscreen

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Ledger Nano S
$ 59

Ex. shipping

Supports Tezos

1.100+ crypto assets

 

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