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Author Topic: [2015-12-01] KeepKey and Trezor: Bitcoin Vaults in Your Pocket  (Read 228 times)
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December 01, 2015, 03:31:16 PM

KeepKey and Trezor: Bitcoin Vaults in Your Pocket

SatoshiLabs presented Trezor in the summer of 2014. It was the first hardware wallet or so-called cold storage ever which provided the unprecedented possibility to store all private keys offline. That was quite an innovation in the crypto security space. KeepKey released its wallet in September this year. Some say it is just an expensive copy of Trezor. But is that so indeed? CoinTelegraphCT r:  15 conducted a small research of the main features of both wallets to help our readers make the right choice between them.
Trezor: the First and the Safest

Back in 2014 it became a revolutionary solution, which allowed you to store all the important data off the Internet, making it impossible – or nearly impossible – to steal it. By the way, the developers state “not a single Trezor has been hacked since its launch”.

Indeed, the wallet isn’t vulnerable to stealing malware as it has no Internet connection. It means your data never leaves the wallet while conducting transactions. It’s compatible with multiple wallets and coins so your choice of currency isn’t limited just to BitcoinCT r:  8. It is also compatible with Windows, OS X, Linux, Chrome OS and Android, so you’ll probably have no problems using it with any device you own. Furthermore, it was designed for an average PC user so you don’t need to be a computer genius to use Trezor.

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