With the update, The Crypto Merchant is providing crypto traders with more options for storing their crypto coins. Their collection of cold storage hardware wallets provides traders with an extra layer of protection against cyber-attacks, phishing sites, and malware.
More details can be found at https://www.thecryptomerchant.com/collections/hardware-wallets
Though crypto trading is a relatively secure form of investment, it’s not immune to sabotage. Online wallets protect private keys but are usually controlled by third parties. Software wallets cut out the need for third parties, but are still susceptible to loss, theft, hacking, and tampering. For a level of digital asset security that online and software wallets don’t provide, The Crypto Merchant suggests crypto traders use a hardware wallet, and its latest update offers customers many options.
Hardware wallets are offline, physical devices that store a crypto trader’s private keys. The Crypto Merchant carries a variety of hardware wallets from respected crypto brands like Trezor, Ledger, Shift Crypto, SecuX, and D’Cent.
One hardware wallet in particular–the KeepKey Hardware Wallet–provides crypto traders with an elegantly designed, vertically integrated form of security. It features a large 3.12-inch OLED display set into a solid aluminum body for easy transactions. It also utilizes a confirmation button as an added verification method for transactions.
The KeepKey Hardware Wallet supports a variety of coins, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and Namecoin. It also allows users to trade assets directly through the device using the Shapeshift.io exchange. Additionally, its ARM Cortex M3 CPU, flawless firmware integrity and TRNG Hardware based random number generator provide added safeguards against security lapses.
The KeepKey Hardware Wallet is compatible with PC, Mac, Linux, and Android. Included with the device are a woven nylon USB cable and a recovery sentence backup card. The KeepKey Hardware Wallet is currently available for $46.99 through The Crypto Merchant website.
About The Crypto Merchant
The Crypto Merchant was founded in 2017 by a group of New York-based crypto adopters, coders, miners, and investors. In addition to hardware wallets, they also sell recovery seed backup tools, cases and accessories, and crypto apparel.
Interested parties can find more information at https://www.thecryptomerchant.com
The Crypto Merchant
609 South Ridgewood Avenue
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