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Trezor Hardware Wallet for Bitcoin and Etherum - €100 (~AU$157) Delivered to Australia (Save €14/~AU$22)

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"TREZOR is an isolated environment for offline transaction signing and using a small display you can visually verify the transaction contents. That's why all operations using TREZOR are entirely safe." - quote from website.

The Trezor works via a Chrome extension in your browsers allowing access to your coins while keeping your private keys safely offline, secured on the Trezor. It also has a number of other layers of security and comes with a recovery process in case of loss or theft.

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    Free sample?

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    This doesn’t support Monero

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    get nano s supports everything

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      can only have 5 coins on it at a time… So may support it… doesn't hold it.

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        That’s not entirely correct. You can add and remove wallets as required to store more than 5 coins. When you need to access a certain coin just add the wallet app back and the coins will still be there.

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          yeaaaaahhh i have over 35+ coins/tokens… its not "stored" on the actual hardward wallet if you remove it…

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          @EightSix: all the tokens are ethereum tokens? So they're all stored. Then the rest are coins that are supported by ledger? I don't think that many coins are supported.

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        And a zillion ETH tokens, so the 5 is misleading.

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      get nano s supports everything

      No it doesn't, only someone who has never used one or even read about it would say something so utterly and totally incorrect. Plus it's ridiculous memory limitations and excessive pricing and lack of availability at the moment mean it's not even a contender if you need something today at a reasonable price.

      Still the Nano S is unfortunately the best choice at the moment until something better comes along. The Trezor is still good value and if it supports your coins worth getting.

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    Yeah nano s has more support for alt coins, looks better, stainless steel casing and cheaper.

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      Yeah nano s has more support for alt coins, looks better, stainless steel casing and cheaper.

      The Nano S has a plastic case and isn't even available at the moment unless you pay $2-300. Not to mention memory limitations and their server issues like the ongoing ones affecting the ability to send Bitcoin for example.

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    Ledger Nano S https://www.ledgerwallet.com/products/ledger-nano-s for 79 Euro shipped to Australia

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      Product wise, is the trezor better or the nano? Just read somewhere that the nano got hacked.

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      You must buy the Nano from the manufacturer in France or an authorised reseller. Don't buy one from ebay, some are indeed dodgy and you could potentially lose you coins.

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        You must buy the Nano from the manufacturer in France or an authorised reseller. Don't buy one from ebay, some are indeed dodgy and you could potentially lose you coins.

        Utter rubbish, some have sold these after already setting them up and replaced the card where you fill out the recovery seed with the actual recovery seed giving the seller the ability to empty your wallet at any time.

        All you need to do is reset the device if that has occurred. It's that simple and the problem can affect any Nano S even those sold by authorised resellers. You can't even get stock from ledger for at least another month maybe two.

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          While your advice is good, OP still has a point, don't buy from eBay is good advice for most people.

          In case anyone is still in this thread, when you buy a ledger nano from ANYWHERE, flash the unit with firmware downloaded from the official website. If it flashes fine, all good. If it doesn't, you've got a counterfeit, but either way you won't lose your crypto.

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      Ledger Nano S https://www.ledgerwallet.com/products/ledger-nano-s for 79 Euro shipped to Australia

      I guess you overlooked the fact that it's not available until March or April and if you want one it will cost you $2-300 on eBay.

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    You mean Ethereum

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    This is the previous gen Trezor

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    Will this stop my bitdollars free falling as soon as someone from asia sneezes?

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    Wouldn't using Tails Linux be a better idea if you care about the security of the buttcoins?

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    https://www.trezoraustralia.com.au/
    Local Authorized supplier $179 with in stock and
    FREE EXPRESS Australia Wide Shipping

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    Use an Enjin Wallet its free for android and works identical to a nano ledger

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      Use an Enjin Wallet its free for android and works identical to a nano ledger

      You really do have no idea do you? And clearly you have no cryptocurrency of any value or at least you won't soon.

      Have you bothered to compare your Enjin wallet to the hardware wallets?

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    10/10 would put my hardware wallet somewhere safe and forget where that was, rip whole house apart, still cant find it, lose access to my crypto, cry… I dont think these are for me

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      Great way to unintentionally HODL.

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      10/10 would put my hardware wallet somewhere safe and forget where that was, rip whole house apart, still cant find it, lose access to my crypto, cry… I dont think these are for me

      Your cryptocurrency is not stored on the hardware wallet but in the blockchain. You can access it using the recovery seed.