Ledger Nano S Review – Is this Bitcoin Wallet Better than TREZOR?

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Recently I attended the North American Bitcoin Conference in Miami. Ledger, one of the leading hardware wallets manufacturers were selling their merchandise at the event and I decided to finally do my Ledger Nano S review which I have postponed for too long.

So I bought myself a specially engraved Ledger Nano S created just for the conference and today I’m testing it out for the first time. If you’ve been an avid reader of 99Bitcoins you probably know I’m a long time fan of TREZOR, Ledger’s main competitor. But I’ve been hearing so many good things about the Ledger Nano that I decided to do a TREZOR vs Ledger type of comparison.

my Ledger Nano S

Before I begin my review a quick word about Bitcoin hardware wallets. Hardware wallets are probably the most robust form of security you can have for your Bitcoins or any other cryptocurrency. They allow you to send and receive Bitcoins on any computer, even one that is compromised with malware, with the knowledge that your transaction will still go through as intended. For more information about Bitcoin wallets in general watch out latest Bitcoin Whiteboard Tuesday episode.

The way the hardware wallets achieve maximum security is by storing your private key and signing your Bitcoin transactions offline so someone trying to “hack” your wallet remotely won’t be able to do so. Most hardware wallets also use a second screen/device to verify actions on your wallet such as signing transaction. This way, if a hacker gains control over your computer, he still can’t do any harm since he requires access to the physical device connected to your computer as well.

I’ve reviewed the former Ledger model, the Ledger Nano in the past. Back then I concluded that the added protection that a TREZOR wallet gives you with its second screen protection is superior to the Ledger Nano. However, the Ledger Nano S now features a second screen feature as well. So this comparison is going to be interesting.

Design and user interface

Design-wise the products are pretty much the same. Both are small and compact, however, the Ledger Nano S does have a slight advantage in the sense that its metal casing makes it more durable in my opinion (and also a bit sexier). Both wallets will both fit pretty easily into your pocket or hand as can be seen below.

Ledger Nano S vs TREZOR

The way the Ledger Nano S works is pretty similar to any hardware wallet. When you first set it up you will choose a PIN to protect the device from unwanted access. Later, you will receive a 24-word seed that will be used to create your private keys (this is what’s known as an HD wallet, more on that here). This seed should be written down in a safe place and NOT on your computer, as whoever knows this seed has control over your Bitcoins. A good suggestion would be to write this seed down using a Cryptosteel device.

The Ledger Nano S has two buttons that allow you to control it. The initial set up of the device is pretty simple and takes about 3 minutes. Most of the time is spent on writing down your seed.

This seed creation is one of the places where the second screen comes into play. If your computer is compromised a hacker will be able to see the seed if it’s displayed on your screen. This is exactly why the seed words are shown on the small device screen that is tamperproof, so you know that only you see your seed.

Once the device is set up, all that’s left is to install an app that allows you to interface with the device (i.e. send and receive Bitcoins).

Ledger Nano S buttons

The app I used is a Chrome extension that gives you the following functionalities:

  • General account details
  • Sending Bitcoins from your hardware wallet
  • Generating your Bitcoin address to receive Bitcoins
  • Settings for your app (e.g. exchange rate, language, etc.)

The app is pretty similar to the one TREZOR uses although it has a sleeker design.

Ledger chrome app

The interface (as shown above) is pretty intuitive and doesn’t require any manual to get the hang of it. Also, you can rename accounts and don’t have to call them in general names like “account #1”. TREZOR allows this as well but requires you to connect a Dropbox account.

The Ledger Nano S can also use existing Bitcoin wallets instead of the current chrome extension interface. Such wallets include MyCellium, Electrum, Bitgo, GreenBits, Copay and MyEtherWallet.

Here’s a complete review of how the device works done by BTC Sessions on YouTube:

Support of altcoins

The Ledger Nano S includes Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and Ethereum Classic companion apps, and other blockchain-based cryptocurrencies. Here are the current altcoins supported:

  • Bitcoin
  • Ethereum / Ethereum Classic
  • Litecoin
  • Dogecoin
  • Zcash (z-addresses are not supported)
  • Dash
  • Stratis

You can send and receive payments, check your accounts and manage multiple addresses for each currency from the same device.

TREZOR on the other hand recently announced that they have partnered with MyEtherWallet to support Ethereum on their device as well. Other currencies supported through TREZOR are Dash, Zcash and Litecoin (via Electrum LTC).

Company reputation

Ledger was founded in 2015 in France. The company has since gained substantial traction in the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency sphere and has grown to be a worthy competitor to SatoshiLabs (the creators of TREZOR). TREZOR, on the other hand, has been on the market since 2014.

Both Ledger and TREZOR use open source code for their apps, and both have demonstrated excellent customer support and stability in the past few years. Even though TREZOR is the more mature and respected company, it’s hard to say the Ledger falls behind.

Ledger’s Price tag

The Ledger Nano S sells for €58 (about $65) while the TREZOR sells for $99. This makes the Nano S a more attractive bargain since their features are almost identical. One can argue that the TREZOR can also act as a password manager but I’m not sure how useful this feature is at the moment.

So who’s the winner?

In all honesty, I think the Ledger Nano S wins due to the lower price. But both companies created a great product. The Ledger Nano S seems to have the upper hand in design and usability, while TREZOR’s reputation has more impact in the community (although not by much). Since most of us are price sensitive in this case the price tag tips the scale towards Ledger.

Personally, I use a TREZOR, mainly because when I first started using hardware wallets Ledger wasn’t around yet. Today I think I may start using both, storing some of my funds on a TREZOR and some on a Ledger. I have to say that the progress Ledger has made in the past year is truly impressive, and their product shows it.

Ofir Beigel

Owner at 99 Coins ltd.
Blogger and owner of 99Bitcoins. I've been dealing with Bitcoin since the beginning of 2013 and it taught me a lesson in finance that I couldn't get anywhere else on the planet. I'm not a techie, I don't understand "Hashes" and "Protocols", I designed this website with people like myself in mind. My expertise is online marketing and I've dedicated a large portion of 99Bitcoins to Bitcoin marketing.

Ledger Nano S

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Ledger Nano S
9.125

Design

9/10

    Ease of use

    9/10

      Support

      9/10

        Price tag

        10/10

          Pros

          • Affordable
          • Multi-currency support
          • Second screen capability
          • Easy to use

          Cons

          • None at the moment :)

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          marc
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          Honestly!!!! I am very disappointed of the ledger nano s! and the one and only point is the app limit! if i would have known this, i would have never ever bought it. be aware people!!!!!! of all the supported coins you are only able to use max.5 (mostly 4) at a time. if you wanna store more than 5 different coins or maybe wanna use the fidoUFA functionality you ether have to buy a second nano s or you have to live with constantly deleting and reinstalling apps onto your nano s. for 100 bucks i call this a… Read more »
          Kevin
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          Kevin

          What do you think of the Ledger Blue? Is it worth the extra cost compared to the Ledger Nano S?

          John W
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          John W

          Just received my Nano S.

          Can’t use because I don’t have Chrome. So just a waste of money. Even if I had Chrome the instructions are useless. It won’t link to the Apps on Chromium. I don’t know how to do anything on it except how to set pin.

          Steven Hay
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          Hi John,

          I can understand not wanting to run Chrome; I try to avoid Google as far as possible myself. This was one of the major reasons I got a Trezor, which doesn’t require Chrome or Chromium, instead of a Ledger.

          While I have seen workarounds which allow you to use the Nano S without Chrome / Chromium by using MyEtherWallet, this won’t help you if you wish to use it for holding bitcoins.

          I suggest contacting Ledger and either requesting help to get the device working properly with Chromium or otherwise asking for a refund.

          philip martinez
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          Hi All,

          Noob here.

          If I bought my coins on Bittrex and they say BTC-XRP, BTC-SC, etc., Can I store them on on the Nano S? Basically, if they start with BTC-, can they be stored on it? Thanks

          Samantha Ray
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          What is the currency “BTC-XRP”?? becaus ethat sounds more like a trading pair to me…. i would just suggest referencing ledger’s website, to check…..

          http://support.ledgerwallet.com/knowledge_base/topics/which-altcoins-are-supported-by-the-nano-s-and-the-blue

          btw, ripple is supported

          Simon
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          I recently bought a Nano S Ledger and so far am not overly enthused with it. Granted some may be due to me still getting used to it. First thing I wanted to do was add Ripple. ‘No space, you have to remove something?’ I haven’t put anything on it and its already full?? I removed all the currencies I don’t have and then successfully added Ripple. My next gripe is that it seems each currency needs its own app that has to be installed. If you use the Bitcoin app and then want to transfer ETH you have to… Read more »
          Steven Hay
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          Hey Simon, Sorry to hear of your frustrations with the Nano S! It reminds me of the maxim which states you can either have security or convenience, but seldom both at once. While great design can provide both, this unfortunately takes time to achieve… It’s a pity that neither the Jaxx or Exodus multi-cryptocurrency wallets yet support hardware wallets. Those multi-wallets (both of which are reviewed on this site (https://99bitcoins.com/jaxx-wallet-review-bitcoin/ and https://99bitcoins.com/best-bitcoin-altcoin-wallet-exodus-review/) make dealing with a portfolio of cryptocurrencies a whole lot easier. You might consider keeping the bulk of your funds on the Nano as a savings account /… Read more »
          alpha
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          Does anyone have a Promo code to buy Nano S? :D . Pls email…
          with shipping it’s costing more than 85euros

          Steve
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          Can the Nano S be used with an EXISTING electrum wallet? Would I need to re-install electrum, selecting ‘use with hardware device’ (or whatever it says), and then re-import my keys?

          Basically once V3 of electrum (supporting segwit) comes out, I want to use the Nano S to sign electrum transactions.

          I can find plenty of articles on how to create a NEW wallet with Nano S + electrum, … but nothing on how to use an existing electrum wallet with it.

          Hope that makes sense.

          Steven Hay
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          Hi Steve (feels like I’m talking to myself here!), I have good news and bad. First the bad – I’m afraid this can’t be done. That’s really a positive thing however, as doing so would greately reduce your security. You see, when you first installed Electrum and generated a private key, it was done on your PC or other device… which may *possibly* have been infected with malware, or compromised at some point. Therefore transferring an existing private key which you can’t trust 100% onto your Nano S would not be optimal. The good news is that there’s no need… Read more »
          Steve
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          Hi Steve, Thanks for taking the time for such a detailed reply! But, … I still need to ask another dumb questions :) Doing it as you described, does that wallet actually belong on the Nano S, or does it belong inside Electrum? i.e. If after going through this, I then installed the chrome Bitcoin App, … would I see this wallet inside that App (meaning it’s on the Nano S). Also, if the Nano S wasn’t connected, then would that wallet still show up in electrum? I’m guessing it belong on the Nano S, which sounds great, as it… Read more »
          Steven Hay
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          Hey Steve, Doing it this way, the privkey belongs to the Nano S only. You’ll still see associated addresses which contain value within Electrum, the Nano Chrome App, or any other wallet type which supports the Nano S. The wallet will still appear within Electrum, however you won’t be able to spend from it without plugging in your Nano S. The Nano contains the privkey necessary to sign any spending transactions or text. Your Electrum wallet alone will still be useful as a watch-only wallet, and you can store your Nano S in a safe place until you need to… Read more »
          Chris
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          Hi
          Is it possible to transfer Bitcoin Cash to the Nano S?
          Thank you

          Zsofia Elek
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          Hi Chris, yes, you use Bitcoin Cash with Ledger, here you can read more about this on their site: http://support.ledgerwallet.com/knowledge_base/categories/bitcoin-cash

          Alessio
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          Hi! What do you think about the news that Trezor can be easily hacked? Do you think is it true? Is Ledger Nano S safier?

          Trezor — security glitches reveal your private keys! from Bitcoin

          Steven Hay
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          Hey Alessio, Yes, this was a confirmed security issue but it’s now been fully resolved. Trezor released a firmware update soon after this vulnerability was detected. The update fixes this issue. Just upgrade the Trezor’s firmware to version 1.5.2 (or higher) to protect against this attack. The hack was only possible if someone had physical access to your Trezor. It would also require an attacker to break the Trezor’s case apart, so it was detectable. Check out Trezor’s blog post on this issue for more details as well as upgrade instructions: https://blog.trezor.io/trezor-firmware-security-update-1-5-2-5ef1b6f13fed?source=collection_home—2——0—————- With the issue patched, I’d say the Trezor… Read more »
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          Anyone know how to get a variety of coins like Veritaseum, etc off myetherwallet and onto a ledger nano S? I can’t figure it out. Or can I get them onto my keepkey instead? I got the ledger because I was under the impression you could put any altcoins on it but not sure that is the case. But I’d really like to get my stuff off myetherwallet. Thanks

          Zsofia Elek
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          Hi Richard, Ledger supports ERC20 tokens through MyEthereWallet, here is an article how to use the wallet with Ledger: https://ledger.groovehq.com/knowledge_base/topics/how-to-use-myetherwallet-with-ledger?from_search=true

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          I have BTC & ETH at Coinbase. Do I need to get a wallet to send my Coinbase stuff to, before using the Ledger nano? Since Coinbase are the private key Keepers of acouncts.

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          On my Trezor, and I assume the Ledger Nano S, I don’t see the purpose of the PIN as long as I create a passphrase and keep it secure in separate places (maybe even in my head) from the 24 word seed. The PIN code is rather a nuisance and can be reset and either be disables or changed to another PIN if anybody steals one’s Trezor’s and wipes the device clean, so what’s the point? It’s the 24 word seed and passphrase the thief would need to get access to one’s cryptocurrencies.

          Zsofia Elek
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          Hi Oscar, you can still send coins from Coinbase even if they do not share the private key. You can send Bitcoin and Ethereum directly to your Ledger, just add the Ledger address as the destination address.

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          I just received a new Ledger Nano S. It crashed/froze on the first set-up at the second word verification stage.
          Assuming I can set it up fully, I’ve no idea if it can now be trusted to safely store my coins

          Zsofia Elek
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          Hi James, probably it is best to contact the Ledger support team, if you have any issues with the setup, they should be able to help you.

          Thalia
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          Have a Trezor but can not use it to store Litecoin as the site we use to purchase Litecoin does not yet support the M address so we are unable to transfer to Trezor wallet! So deciding whether to buy a Ledger nano, but obviously don’t want the same problem when transferring Lite coin. So my question is: Can I transfer Litecoin to the Nano S from AltcoinTrader.com who does not support the M address as yet? Does the Nano S support the old Litecoin address?
          thankyou.

          Crypto Mynt
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          Hi Thalia,

          You can convert the M address on your Trezor to an old p2sh address (the ones that start with the number 3) by using the URL provided on your Trezor when you select the Litecoin wallet – https://litecoin-project.github.io/p2sh-convert/

          Once you’ve entered your new M address and converted it, then simply enter the resulting deprecated address as your receiver. The Litecoins will arrive in your Trezor. If you’re unsure, start with a smaller amount to test it, but it should work.

          Everything is explained on Trezor’s blog post here – https://blog.trezor.io/litecoins-new-p2sh-segwit-addresses-843633e3e707

          Xaos
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          Trezor supports BCC aka BCH

          Ralf
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          A paperwallet is as secure as an hardware wallet. But much cheaper.

          julia
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          do you buy wallet first before you buy curreny

          Zsofia Elek
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          Hi Julia, you can buy Bitcoin before owning a Ledger, although storing Bitcoins on a hardware wallet is definitely safer. You can read more about how to buy Bitcoin: https://99bitcoins.com/how-to-buy-bitcoin-with-a-credit-card/ and here is an article about the different types of wallets: https://99bitcoins.com/what-is-bitcoin-wallet-bwbt-3/

          John
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          I want to keep my Bitcoins separate from my Alt coins. I was told the memory on the NanoS wallet is limited to a specific number of coins. Can I put bitcoins on one Nano S and my Alt coins on a second Nano S.
          How will my desk top computer Chrome Extension browser handle two different Nano S wallets? Will there be different keys or will the second Nano S mirror the first NanoS and have the same keys?
          Thank you,
          John

          JazzyJay
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          I am a newbie when it comes to crypto-currency. When I send coins to my Nano Ledger does the Ledger keep it’s value at it’s price when it was sent? Or is it up to date with the current price on the market? Also, how would I use an app to send and receive currency while the Ledger is not connected to a device via PC or Laptop? Thank you for your product, I am enjoying the learning curve of investing in this new Currency.

          Zsofia Elek
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          Hi JazzyJay, wallets store Bitcoins, not the value of the coins. You can read more about the different wallet types here: https://99bitcoins.com/what-is-bitcoin-wallet-bwbt-3/. Please note you need a PC in order to use the hardware wallets, like Ledger to send Bitcoins.

          Khaled Salah Said
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          looks another shit if I lose it I will lose everything on the wallet.

          Jon
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          Only if you’re an idiot and don’t keep a copy of your seed… but that applies to literally any wallet where you control the keys: paper wallets, desktop wallets, mobile wallets are all the exact same.

          It takes about 2 minutes to write the seed down, then if you keep it in a safe place you will always have access to your wallet even if you lose the device

          dajosova
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          Hi Jon,

          should I do seed backup or is it necessary to backup private keys too?
          For example, for an Electrum wallet, is it just necessary to backup seed and all new generated addresses will be backed up ????
          And if we make transactions to many of those addresses in that same wallet… is it necessary to do another backup of the private keys ???

          Zsofia Elek
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          Hi Dajosova, we have an article about how to back up your wallet, here: https://99bitcoins.com/backup-bitcoin-wallet/

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          I am looking to keep the coins in a hardware wallet like nano ledger. I just need to know as I am thinking long term investment. Is it safe to keep the nano ledger without using for like three or five years. When u see the price you want to sell and u take out ur nano ledger and it’s not working. Happens with my hard drives. So in conclusion, does it last long to hold my coins for long term. I don’t want it malfunctioning in the long run.

          Zsofia Elek
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          Hi Tenzing, these hardware wallets have been designed with a long lifetime. But in case your devices is stolen, lost or damaged, you can still retrieve your Bitcoins with the passphrase generated during the initialization process.

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          Quick follow-up question. You mentioned recovering you bitcoins with your passphrase generated during the initialization process. If Ledger as a company is hacked/crashes/goes bankrupt, can you still use this passphrase to restore your bitcoin or is the passphrase tied to Ledger as a company?

          Zsofia Elek
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          Hi Luke, the seed phrase is linked to your Bitcoin address, not to Ledger, you can recover it even if they are no longer existing. You will be able to use other wallets to recover your funds in case Ledger goes out of business.

          dajosova
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          Hi Zsofia,

          so… all we need is to backup/write down offline the seed phrase (usually 12 or 18 words, for example), right????

          In another example, if I have a Coinomi, Electrum or another pc software wallet and I’m always making transactions to those wallets and many addresses inside them… should I back up also their private keys everytime a transaction occurs????

          Thnx in advance! ;)

          alban
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          That is not said : in both case you rely on the company’s server to access the blcokchain.
          Always amused the pros did not mentionned this.

          But writers will never tell you this fact

          Mitch Mahoney
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          Thanks for the comparison, I was planning on getting the Trezor because it’s the main one I’ve heard about. Now that I know the Ledger Nano S has similar benefits but it’s just a lower price. I’m going to go that that.

          Stefano Leone
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          Hi! There will be support for general Ethereum ERC 20 Tokens like BAT, Augur etc?

          If yes, do you think I will have to buy a new Ledger or just upgrade the firmware?

          Zsofia Elek
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          Probably it is best to ask the Ledger suppor team whether they will expand their services to further Ethereum tokens and if so how will they do that.

          Anastasios Selalmazidis
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          Anastasios Selalmazidis

          The ledger Nano S seems pretty good but their support is pretty weak and the price you mention is without VAT 20%

          Karl
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          Well, using NANO S is very stressful and complicated compare to TREZOR. Even their support is replying within a effin week!!!!

          If you are holding serious amount of bitcoins, do not store them on Ledger!

          Raj
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          Thanks Ofir for ur review. Just wondering what happens if the company associated with ledger or Trezor shuts down??

          G Man
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          Darn GOOD question…that NO ONE wants to address, or dare even think about…it’s just NOT sexy to actually THINK stuff through all the way to the end…is it?

          Rudy
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          Rudy

          Since you have the SEED you can restore it anywhere with no problem

          Zsofia Elek
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          Hi Raj, these wallets tried to be prepared for any situation – due to the open source code developpers around the world can maintain it and it is also compatible with other wallets. You can read more about possible threats and how they want to handle them for example on the Trezor website: https://doc.satoshilabs.com/trezor-faq/threats.html

          Frank
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          I want to buy 1 bitcoin. It’s my understanding that if I buy and the ledger nano s – I can buy a Bitcoin with this device? I plan on buying and holding for several years. Extreme Newbie to cryptocurrency

          Zsofia Elek
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          Hi Frank, the Ledger Nano is a hardware wallet with the purpose to store your Bitcoins. First you will need to purchase Bitcoin on an exchange then you can transfer it to your Nano wallet. You can read more about wallets here:https://99bitcoins.com/what-is-bitcoin-wallet-bwbt-3/ and exchanges here: https://99bitcoins.com/how-to-buy-bitcoin-with-a-credit-card/

          Carl
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          This has been very helpful for a neophyte. So as I understand it the hard wallet does not actually store the bitcoins…they are still at a third party like Coinbase? The wallet just holds the key to get or use the bitcoins?

          Zsofia Elek
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          Hi Carl, here is a good article about Bitcoin wallets: https://99bitcoins.com/what-is-bitcoin-wallet-bwbt-3/. The hardware wallet is to secure your private key, you need to have cold wallets that are not connected directly to the internet.

          Gerdx
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          What if such a hardware wallet gets broken (fire, …)? Is it possible to make a backup of needed information on a piece of paper or something like this?

          Best regards

          jack
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          Please, Is there any promo code needed for getting the mentioned price of €58?
          When I am try to follow your link I am getting the price 69.60 € for Ledger Nano S (English) in the cart.
          Thanks for the answer.

          BlackB
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          I would like to know this too, as the price is 69,60 for me too

          Nancy
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          Nancy

          I have had it for over a year, have never been able to use it, worthless trash

          laure
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          Hi;
          on trezor you can set a fake password and give it in case of physical agression

          is it exist on ledger too

          thanks

          MIR
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          You mention that Nano S supports Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and Ethereum Classic companion apps, and other blockchain-based cryptocurrencies. Does that mean any block-chain based cryptocurrency or only select currencies? Thanks.

          Zsofia Elek
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          Hi, the Nano S only supports the above mentioned cryptocurrencies, not any blockchain based one. I suggest check the Ledger website before using it as they may add further cryptocurrencies to it in the future.

          Mike Thompson
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          Can you write more about the wallet Chrome app?

          1. Is it a Chrome app (which are deprecated – see https://blog.chromium.org/2016/08/from-chrome-apps-to-web.html), or a Chrome extension?

          2. Does it use one app per altcoin, or is it one multi-currency wallet?

          Malte
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          I use my Ledger Nano S nearly each day and I am very happy with it!

          Tom
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          Tom

          Have the Wallet and love it …

          Zinas Simon Abba
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          I want to purchase 1Ledger Nano S and 1 Cryptosteel through your company (99Bitcoins.com). How do I pay for the devices and get them?

          Richard
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          Very Interesting Post. Thank you for the update Ofir. Sounds like a Great Wallet to have!!

          Zsofia Elek
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          Thanks for the feedback Richard!

          Tarek
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          learned something about Ledger Nano S! thank you ofir

          Zsofia Elek
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          Thank you Tarek for your feedback.

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