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Trezor One review (2020)- Still worth buying?

Trezor One was launched on 29 July 2014 and was the first ever cryptocurrency hardware wallet. This wallet brought an unprecedented level of security...

Ledger Nano X Guide: Complete Setup Tutorial (2020)

Ledger released a new hardware wallet – the Ledger Nano X. This new device protects your cryptocurrencies with military grade protection and prevents digital...

Top 3 cryptocurrency hardware wallets: Which one’s best?

We compare the top 3 cryptocurrency hardware wallets available on the market: Ledger Nano X, Trezor Model T and KeepKey. They are designed to...

Ultimate List of Supported Coins for Hardware and Mobile Cryptocurrency Wallets

In this continuously updated list, we will do a side by side comparison of all the coins supported by the following cryptocurrency wallets: Ledger...

Live Planet VR Review: Camera from the Future?

Live Planet VR is a camera from the future - it records using 16 individual lenses for a full Virtual Reality experience. It's an...

Boogle Review: Blockchain Blunder or Genius Search Engine?

Boogle is a blockchain powered search engine that plays a cheeky tongue-in-cheek to it's primary competitor, "Google". The name Boogle is a combination of...

FIX Ledger Nano Compatibility problems with latest Windows 10 1903

Update: Official Ledger response to this issue. The new Windows 10 May 2019 update adds new security features that break certain browser (Chrome, Brave...

Trezor One vs. Trezor Model T Comparison: Which is better?

Trezor One and the Trezor Model T (Model T) are cryptocurrency hardware wallets produced by Satoshi Labs in 2014 and 2018 respectively. Comparing the...

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