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Half Price: Ledger Nano S (Hardware Crpyto Wallet) $79.52 Delivered @ Ledger or Buy More than One at $54.49 Ea Delivered

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Sold direct from Ledger. Better price than the last deal which was 1 year 5 months 23 days ago.

Free shipping if you buy two or more
A$108.98 delivered for two = $54.49 ea
A$163.47 delivered for three = $54.49 ea

The original hardware wallet: securely hold your crypto assets. The Ledger Nano S is built around the most secure type of chip on the market, ensuring optimal security for your crypto.

Get 50% off with the code WEARETHEBULLRUN. This offer is limited to 3 LNS per customer.

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Comments

  • +22 votes

    ive lost so much than the mere price of this thing

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    I ahve 2 of these, is there a point in getting another one?

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      I'm looking at getting my first one with this promo. Why do you have two?

      • +4 votes

        As a backup in case one breaks, recovery phrase is already loaded into it.

        I keep it the second one at a different physical location. Really depends on how deep you are into crypto and your security requirements.

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      I'd go for the X then sell your other 2, holds way more coins at once

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      Resell for profit

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      I can think of one scenario.

      One of your hardware wallets goes missing.
      You instantly use the second one to sweep all the funds into the third pre setup wallet with a different seed, therefore making the missing one effectively empty.

      It would take a bit more effort but certainly doable if you have more than one currency in there too.

  • -2 votes

    I thought the era of stashing cash under your mattress is over?

    Keeping your money where there's no redundancy /backup is just crazy

    • +6 votes

      The backup is recovery key which you can keep on notepad or saved somewhere.

      • +1 vote

        Or split into two and store in two separate secure locations. Better safe than sorry

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        Then why do I need this? People can just hack my notepad instead

      • +2 votes

        If the device breaks, how does the recovery key help get your coins back ? Can you just the key on a new Ledger device to get back to your previous state ?

        • +1 vote

          yes, your seed phrase is everything. If you lose the ledger, order a new one and recover from the key.
          You lose the key, consider it gone forever..

  • -3 votes

    This hardware wallet cost me a lot of money. Hear me out. Went to move some crypto off it back onto an exchange to sell. Then because I hadn't used it in ages, it wanted firmware updates. Then there were known issues getting it to work. Basically, it took over an hour and a half to get sorted. By the time I'd fixed it, it was too late and market had pulled back.
    Basically what I'm saying is, if you want to move your crypto fast these things suck at it. It has become better with the more recent updates though.

    • +7 votes

      Some of us remember btc-e and mtgox - leave it on the exchange at your peril my friend.

    • +4 votes

      The reason crypto was invented was so you could be your own bank. Third party risk is enormous when it comes to crypto. at any point the boss of coinspot can send all the crypto to his own addresses and flee to a country without extradition. It has happened before and is super inadvisable unless it's small amounts.

  • +4 votes

    Been using this for few years plus. The app is good, easy to pickup. I'm no so worried with the hardware failure,more concerned loosing my seed phrase. It's basically bullet proof with the backup seed phrase (if you don't loose it)

    Will consider getting new wallets for each of my kids. If the market holds till they're 21, it will be more than just some plastic usb.

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      Are you writing about ledger live? or the apps you install on the ledger?

      Also, question regarding a statement on the website: "Install between 3 to 6 applications, depending on app size, on your device."
      Does this mean the Ledger Nano S can only store up to 6 different currencies?

      • +2 votes

        It can store more than that, just depending which is active. Tried and tested with zcash in particular, whereby there was funds in the wallet but I uninstalled zcash from the hardware wallet. This doesn't mean your funds are gone, when you want to transact… you can install it back on the drive and all will be there. I've since consolidated into Bitcoin and dont see the need to have too many wallets.

      • +2 votes

        Approx 6

        Don’t forget erc20 tokens are stored on the eth network.

    • +1 vote

      say in 20 years, what if the Ledger company goes bankrupt and stops producing more Ledger Nanos.

      how to recover your wallet, if there are no more Ledgers and your own Ledger is broken ?

      • +4 votes

        You can recover to a software wallet. It’s a generic 24 word backup phrase. Not ledger specific.

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    What is this thing for?

  • +2 votes

    Paid $145 a few years ago, should’ve waited.

  • +1 vote

    Hey guys, been looking at buying some bitcoin.

    So does this hold keys or the actual bitcoin?
    Is it easy to move from online to the device?

    Side question: if btc markets site is insured, do we need one of these ?
    Like if btc markets went down, would any btc I store there be covered?
    Thanks very much.

    • +5 votes

      It holds the keys to transfer ownership of crypto between addresses. the blockchain holds the actual records of ownership. Setup is generally easy. create a wallet, store the recovery seed somewhere super secure (this can be used to steal your money if you don't look after it and it's your only way to recover your money if you lose your device.) Then you can create a receive address in the wallet and send your coins to that address.

      Protip: always make sure you confirm the address on your screen before sending the money. there are clipboard stealing viruses that will paste a different address.

      Edit: visit reddit.com/r/bitcoin and reddit.com/r/btc and do some research on there before you commit to buy. In my personal opinion, I think bitcoin has been hijacked from its original goal.

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        How about investing in cryptos tied to viable blockchain solutions? There is some emerging small-cap out there, should I punt?

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          It's hard to know what will make it, you kind of just have to spread the risk around and choose what your gut instinct tells you could work. It's easy to get hyped up into buying coins that are too niche. I haven't had a look recently at whats floating around, but the problem with small cap coins is theres already a fairly steep learning curve to get into crypto, so there would have to be something that really stands out or unique and has features you think can scale up well and are filling a need the world desires. For bitcoin, that need was a currency for buying drugs initially, but eventually once people figured out that worked well, people started using it and investing for more legitimate reasons.

          tl;dr it's really a crapshoot with the small-caps

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        May i know what do you mean by hijacked? Do you mean it's just a gambling medium now? Thanks

        • +1 vote

          By hijacked i mean the Main channel to discussing BTC was heavily censoring any legitimate discussion of increasing big blocks, to the point where it was quite obvious someone was making good money behind the scenes to prevent BTC from scaling on chain past 1mb blocks. the lead developer was at that time employed by Blockstream, a company who's primary motive is to move all payments off the original chain, and eventually through gatekeepers with their hands out for every transaction, thus completely bypassing the whole point of permissionless Peer to Peer Transactions in the first place.

          The failure to increase the blocksize at a critical point of capacity, followed by a sharp increase in transaction fees as direct result, and by censoring the conversation lead to the creation of Bitcoin Cash, a fork from the main chain (keeps all the transactions from btc) which now has to start from the ground up again, however with the lesson learned from this, the transaction capacity is now 20mb per block or thereabouts. It's really hard to find real information when people are censoring the truth about what is going on.

          I've been In the crypto space since 2013 and it's been heartbreaking to see all the good work over the years completely undone by a bunch of stooges. I suspect their is either Government/Corporate banker interference or a combination of both at play to make sure this stuff doesn't become mainstream (and as it is, the steep learning curve of crypto is already doing a good job of that..lol) Hope this helps.

          Edit: Gambling was another great use case for Bitcoin. Look up Satoshidice for a great example of provably fair gambling.

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            @ProlapsedHeinous: Thanks for your explanation even though i can't understand half of it lol. I'm very interested in investing btc since fed printing fiat money out of thin air to spoof share market. However looking at the pump and dump, i started to think the price is manipulated/managed by some parties. Happy to be educated. A few nights ago i saw a dump from 8900 to 8400 back to 9000 in a mere 10 - 15 mins… What kind of sorcery is that?!

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    Biggest pain with the ledger app is it doesn't support value in AUD as a fiat to crypto exchange rate.
    Ledger itself is pretty straightforward to use as cold storage.
    Interface with minimal buttons can be tedious but I haven't had any issues with the device yet. (and hopefully won't)

    • -2 votes

      It used to a few months ago until their major update. I contacted support and they got back to me 4 weeks later saying there was an API error between the exchange they get their data from. They said they had no plans to follow up on it.

      Absolutely useless.

  • +4 votes

    As someone that lost a substantial amount of money/crypto from hackers across 7 different crypto exchanges make sure your email also has 2FA and secure. Also on top of the email if you have a domain/site and your email uses the domain name make sure that too is secure and has 2FA. I thought I was very careful and secure but randomly they managed to find a weakpoint/loophole which was exploited to create several holes into supposedly secure crypto exchange account.

    • +2 votes

      Sorry to hear man, there are so many ways thieves can get a hold of your money it really is the wild west. If it's not hackers, its the exchanges having issues with internal thefts and such.

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      Damn, horrible. But how did they come to know in the first place that you hold crypto??

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        OP's details probably got compromised through a database leak.

      • +3 votes

        Initially they didn't. They managed to get into my email, datamine it and then take over it for a week without a single notification of their actions. They used it to reset passwords and probably some social engineering included but from getting in there there the speed and efficiency in finding every exploit had basically no chance. They even managed to get into my completely separate google account and lock me out, change the associated number and do further damage as well as getting into webhost/domain host accounts to try a second round a month later.
        Australian cybercrimes was next to useless and six months later I get their response of hackers acting out from overseas they have no power to do anything. Someone I knew with some knowledge was able to explore and trace the movements along with what looked like set payouts to individuals but looks like they have in the thousands of victims. Eventually everything converged to one wallet and impossible to follow from there.

    • +1 vote

      Part of the game.

      When cryptopia went 'bust' I lost thousands of $.

      Then got scammed by the ICO craze in 2017 - 2018 (although I did x20 a few here and there).

      Now I just cold storage hodl

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        jesus cryptopia lol, i remember seeing the spreads on that exchange and thought it was some kind of a bad joke, noped right the f away from there, it was something horrendous like 10% on almost no liquidity

        remember guys choose your exchange carefully and always use 2fa to prevent hackers, they're everywhere in the crypto scene, they even hack my mining pool accounts lol…

        oh and make sure to write down you 2fa seed somewhere safe, one time my phone died and had i not backed up the seed i would need the exchange to reset the 2fa, which is a real pain as they will KYC you like no tomorrow

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    I purchased some alt coins about 3 years ago, lost interest after 6 months. Never looked at it again. Besides the fact that they're probably worth less than half of what I originally invested - will this ledger/wallet help me keep my coins more secure? I currently have 2FA enabled on my coinspot account.

  • +1 vote

    I have one of these. Their storage is godly horrendous. I have the BTC, XRP and ETH app on there and it's full. It won't let me install any other currency apps. Would stay away from this.

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      The storage sux, but you can just uninstall the app and install another one and keep as many dif currencies on it as you like at the same time

    • +1 vote

      Btc and eth is all I worry about. Covers all the erc-20 tokens too.

  • +3 votes

    This being a front page deal, I guess it's time to sell soon :(

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    An Australian women got caught with these and they found out she was part of a big money laundering ring…

    https://www.coindesk.com/50-year-old-australian-woman-charge...

    Just commented for general interest/related

    • +1 vote

      Fun fact - If you get popped and you have someone you trust and have set this up beforehand, you could have the other person drain the wallet to a new device right under the cops noses! try doing that with regular cash!

      While its true the cops/judge will make your life difficult for not handing over the keys, in the end you still have to give them permission to do so.

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        It looks like they were able to access them without her permission and didn't need any passcodes…however it works. Maybe there's some more detail behind the scenes, no idea.

  • +1 vote

    Thank you OP.
    Have a couple of Trezor as well, so this will go nicely with it ;-)

    Thinking of doing trading as a business.
    Does any exchange support a business account?
    I know there is an SMSF at BTCMarkets. But not a business account.
    Have to create a Business Plan to see how we can trade, yet minimise risk.
    Cheers.

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    Can I use this at Zagame to pay for my Lambo? or bought a return ticket to the moon with SpaceX?

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    Wouldn't it be cheaper to order in a Raspberry Pi Zero and just build your own crypto wallet with PiTrezor

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