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Best Hardware Wallet

1. Ledger Nano X

Easy to use, 2 buttons, 1 screen device. 8-hour batter capacity. Network-isolated authentication. Bluetooth-enabled with mobile app (iOS/Android). Install up to 100 apps. Manage over 5,500 coins and tokens. Recommend buying only from the Ledger website.


2. Ledger Nano S Plus

The main difference aside from price is no battery – so USB-C connection. Easy to use, 2 buttons, 1 screen device. Network-isolated authentication. Bluetooth-enabled with mobile app (iOS/Android). Install up to 100 apps. Manage over 5,500 coins and tokens. Recommend buying only from the Ledger website.


3. Trezor Model T

Network-isolated authentication. Easy backup/recovery. First wallet to implement Shamir Backup (SLIP39) for even greater security. Reinforced accounts with U2F (Universal 2nd-Factor). Manage over 1,200 coins and tokens.


4. Trezor Model One

Lower price. Easy backup/recovery. Reinforced accounts with U2F (Universal 2nd-Factor). Manage over 1,000 coins and tokens.

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