KeepKey: A Deeper Look into Luxury

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.


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