Hardware Wallet News
A hardware wallet is a device where a user’s cryptocurrency wallet and private keys are stored. Cryptocurrency hardware wallets are considered to be more secure than software wallets, as they are immune to most viruses and have no need to interact with potentially-vulnerable software. There are no well-known and proven cases of funds being stolen from Bitcoin hardware wallets. However, hardware wallets for Bitcoin do not make its user invulnerable to frauds or thefts. Hardware wallets can be compromised with insecure random number generators that are often implemented into hardware wallets for security, with compromised shipping and production processes and imperfect usage of the device. Bitcoin hardware wallets are currently made by various companies such as Ledger, TREZOR and BitLox.
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Former digital head at luxury brand group LVMH takes role at Ledger
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The Mate40 series will reportedly enable dual offline transactions and allow users to control anonymity.
New Huawei smartphone will feature a hardware wallet for digital yuan
The desktop app reportedly provides “more robust protection” than Trezor’s browser-based wallet.
Trezor claims new “phishing proof” desktop wallet
CipherTrace has published comprehensive guidance intended to help law enforcement identify signs of crypto usage when conducting investigations.
CipherTrace gives officials tips on how to uncover criminals’ crypto caches
Square's SubZero cold wallet is great, but Ledger Vault is better says the company's VP of Product.
Ledger wants to help MicroStrategy secure its $400m Bitcoin treasury