Bitcoin-Wallet with Ledger Nano s

The virtual currency Bitcoin is spreading further and further. Bitcoin as a payment method is not yet commonplace, but there are always possibilities to use the crypto currency in everyday life. In some online shops you can pay with Bitcoin, there are first startups, which bring Bitcoin as payment possibility into the local trade, in short: Who would like to try Bitcoin, quickly finds. But how do I create my own Bitcoin Wallet, which is also secure against attacks from third parties?

Ledger Nano s

Currently the safest method to store bitcoins is a hardware wallet from Ledger. The private keys are located on an isolated cold storage and are therefore well secured, as they never leave the removable carrier even when logging into the wallet. Ledgers also offer the option of saving Altcoins.  Here is a list of all coins supported by Ledger’s Nano s model:

  • Bitcoin (BTC)
  • Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
  • Bitcoin Gold (BTG)
  • Ethereum (ETH)
  • Ethereum Classic (ETC)
  • Litecoin (LTC)
  • Dogecoin (DOGE)
  • Zcash (ZEC)
  • XRP (Ripple)
  • Dash
  • Startis (Strat)
  • Komodo (KMD)
  • Ark
  • Expanse (EXP)
  • Ubiq (UBQ)
  • Vertcoin (VTC)
  • Viacoin (VIA)
  • Neo
  • Stealthcoin (XST)
  • Stellar (XLM)
  • Hcash (HSR)
  • Digibyte (DGB)
  • Qtum
  • PivX

The hardware wallet can be purchased in Switzerland from the official ledger reseller Bitconsult for 110 CHF. Click here for the product…

Simple operation and multiple tutorials on how to set up ledger nano s guarantee fast usage.

PIN request

The Nano s model also has a built-in display. For each new use a PIN is requested, which is entered with the 2 keys above the device. Even in the event of loss, this ensures that no one but the owner of the wallet has access to the coins.

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