KeepKey – A Hardware Bitcoin Wallet With OLED Screen and Trezor Compatibility

KeepKey – A Hardware Bitcoin Wallet With OLED Screen and Trezor Compatibility

Hardware Bitcoin wallets are the next evolutionary step on the way of keeping BTC in safe and secure location. Considering most hardware wallets are pocket-sized, they have become increasingly convenient to carry around, and require no internet connection to use properly. One of the world’s leading hardware Bitcoin wallet manufacturers, Trezor, has gained the lion’s share of the market. But there is a new Trezor spinoff that will attempt to take that crown. It has to be said, Satoshilabs, the company behind popular hardware Bitcoin wallet Trezor, has created a fine piece of software. As a....


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In a rare move in the Bitcoin space, KeepKey has simultaneously begun to take orders for and to ship their flagship bitcoin hardware wallet. As of Wednesday, customers are able to purchase the USB device for USD$239 on Amazon, or directly from the KeepKey website using bitcoin. Worldwide shipping is included in the cost. The KeepKey hardware wallet is designed to store and secure bitcoin while protecting them from virtual attacks such as malware and viruses. The device generates and stores bitcoin private keys, never sharing them with the connected computer. Another key feature is a large....

Trezor shield turns Raspberry Pi's into bitcoin wallets

The team behind Trezor has announced an accessory for the Raspberry Pi that will turn it into a, somewhat chunky, Trezor wallet. Trezor is a dongle-sized computer that can be used to hold private keys and sign transactions. The project is still in its early days and its developers have made it open source so that anyone can build their own implementation of a Trezor wallet. The Raspberry Pi Shield is a circuit board that is added to the Raspberry Pi that presents the same interface as a Trezor wallet device. That is, two hardware keys and a small OLED screen. From the photos on the Trezor....

KeepKey: A Deeper Look into Luxury

Simple design, sleek look and security measures any hardware wallet user could want to store Bitcoin or any digital asset. Disclaimer: This article was provided by The Vanbex Group. Bitcoinist is not affiliated with the firms represented by the Vanbex group and is not responsible for their products and/or services. Meet the KeepKey, a device that offers a clean 3.12” OLED screen with a polycarbonate front encased in anodized aluminum. The device comes packaged with a durable woven nylon USB cable, a backup card to jot down your recovery sentence mnemonic and a leather sleeve.

KeepKey Launches New Bitcoin Hardware Wallet

KeepKey's new USB bitcoin wallet has gone on sale, enabling consumers to store their bitcoins offline. The wallet, which is on sale for $239, allows users to overcome the security problems that come with storing bitcoin on a computer or using third-party custodians. Speaking about the new product, Ken Heutmaker, a software engineer at KeepKey, said: "The KeepKey security model was designed to ensure that the user always has complete control over their private keys. We feel that relying on trusted third parties degrades the security and privacy that the bitcoin ecosystem offers." How does....

TREZOR Wallets to Ship by the End of January

An early version of the TREZOR hardware wallet. After months of delays and a price controversy, it seems that TREZOR is finally ready to ship their much-anticipated hardware wallets. The company behind the product released a statement on their website today claiming that shipments of the TREZOR Metallic will be made by the end of January, while the TREZOR Classic will ship a few weeks later. The early supporters of the TREZOR hardware wallet will be happy to hear the good news, and they will be rewarded for that early support with a limited-edition version of the new wallet. This is the....

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