If you dabble in bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, then you may be able to get away with storing your private keys in a software wallet. But if you are serious about crypto, are mining your own bitcoins, or have serious cash invested in crypto, then a hardware wallet is something that you need to seriously consider.
Here we have a compact hardware wallet that not only holds your cryptocurrency private keys but can also a device that can be used to store passwords and even be used as a U2F hardware token.
The Trezor Model T is easy to use thanks to its touchscreen display. Another nice feature of the Model T is that it is quick and easy to set up; you can be up and running after going through three simple setup steps.
This is a hardware bitcoin wallet that looks like a USB flash drive. The Ledger Nano S supports more than 30 different cryptocurrencies (including Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Stellar, Dogecoin, and many more), and all ERC20 tokens, and everything is protected by an 8-digit PIN code.
This is the hardware wallet for those who are ultra-paranoid or who want high security. The ColdCard Mk3 device is a high-security device that is built around high-security hardware and open-source software. It also features a brilliant OLED display and a full-sized numeric keypad.
You can augment the ColdCard with a range of accessories, including an adapter that allows you to power the ColdCard from a 9V PP3 battery, protecting you from attacks that might make use of a compromised USB charger.