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April 07, 2016, 01:24:05 AM
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I was looking to purchase a hardware wallet and found out about KeepKey,which is a hardware wallet that seems to be a pretty good looking wallet and an easy way to store bitcoins,but I was wondering if anybody on this forum happens to use this wallet and would recommend it to me,if not could somebody recommend to me a different hardware wallet.
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April 07, 2016, 03:08:19 AM
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I was looking to purchase a hardware wallet and found out about KeepKey,which is a hardware wallet that seems to be a pretty good looking wallet and an easy way to store bitcoins,but I was wondering if anybody on this forum happens to use this wallet and would recommend it to me,if not could somebody recommend to me a different hardware wallet.
Personally, I've not used this(KeepKey) hardware wallet but after looking around the web I've noticed that they're  slightly over priced. I'd say that if you aren't comfortable with the budget then you can(should) go for Trezor (IMO) 'coz they 've pretty decent features at a low cost(price).
P.S.-> http://theblogchain.com/best-bitcoin-hardware-wallet/
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April 07, 2016, 11:44:20 PM
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Far too expensive. If you were going to buy a high-budget wallet, id recommend a Case.

Just buy a Trezor, and if you want to save money, get a Lwger Wallet.
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