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October 26, 2017, 01:36:36 PM
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Hello. I am using Trezor and I am very satisfied. What do you guys use? Trezor or Ledger? Why Trezor? Why Ledger?

trezor it is single purpose device which allows you to make more secure bit coin transactions. seriously trezor transactions are more safe and secure. present it has more demand in the market. electreum and nano also secure so try which one you feel more secure.
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December 01, 2017, 12:11:42 PM
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Undoubtedly both these products are good and I'd recommend either of them to anyone that needs to take their crypto on the road and may need to make a transaction from any machine, including ones they are uncertain about its integrity.

Ledger Nano S is a recent purchase bought on the grounds it was first to support DigiByte, something important to me.
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December 03, 2017, 10:14:05 PM
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Undoubtedly both these products are good and I'd recommend either of them to anyone that needs to take their crypto on the road and may need to make a transaction from any machine, including ones they are uncertain about its integrity.

Ledger Nano S is a recent purchase bought on the grounds it was first to support DigiByte, something important to me.


I also believe that both are great, but I purchased the Nano S, and I'm very satisfied with it. It was cheaper and I believe it will also support Monero before the Trezor, I also love how I can use it as a U2F key, which is kinda fun for the websites that support it.

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