6 Best Hardware Wallets (2021)

Trezor vs Ledger Nano S vs Digital BitBox (Angled Shot)

Hardware wallets are popular and well-recommended across the crypto-sphere. The best options all make it simple and easy to securely store and use Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), and many more cryptocurrencies.

But what’s the BEST hardware wallet in 2021?

In this post, I’ve ranked my favourite cryptocurrency hardware wallets after hands-on testing with every single one.

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Digital BitBox Review (2021)

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The Digital BitBox (i.e., BitBox01) is no longer available for purchase. They’ll continue to support it until November 2020, but they’re incentivising anyone who has the Digital BitBox (with a 30% discount) to move over to their upgraded hardware wallet – the BitBox02.

The Digital BitBox (also referred to as BitBox01) is a minimalistic cryptocurrency hardware wallet which helps you easily keep your hard-earned coins safe.

Find out my thoughts about this hardware wallet in this Digital BitBox review.

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How to Protect Your Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency

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With Bitcoin (BTC), you are your own bank.

This is liberating for many, as you can make payments without permission. But it also means you are responsible for keeping your funds safe. If you misplace your funds or they’re stolen, then you’re screwed. There’s no support helpline you can ring up to sort it all out. With Bitcoin (BTC), there are no second chances.

Because of this, it’s important that you take some simple precautions.

In this post, I’ve compiled 6 ways to help you avoid losing access to your funds and protect your Bitcoin (BTC) from thieves. (This is a follow-up to my previous post about the steps you can take to secure your computer.)

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8 Tips to Protect Your Computer & Accounts

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If you want to keep your Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies safe, then it’s essential that you’re taking steps to protect your computer and online accounts.

In this post, I’m going to touch on 8 basic things you can do to protect your computer and website accounts from the ever-growing number of threats on the wild web. This isn’t exciting stuff but is important to get right if you’re doing anything cryptocurrency-related on your computer.

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