Top 10 Cold Wallets

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  1. Safely storing your crypto in an era of scam culture and fraud has become something of a necessity if you want to play the HODLERs crypto game. These cold wallets will help you vault away that ever-important heap of crypto gold you’re sitting on!

    1. Ledger Nano X
      THE WHAT?

    • The Ledger Nano X is the second generation of hardware wallets from Ledger (the first being Ledger Nano S)

    • It offers more capacity (up to 100 blockchain apps can be installed), a larger screen, and Bluetooth connectivity, making it better for mobile devices

    • The Ledger Nano X is compatible with Windows, Linux, and Mac, as well as Android and iOS smartphones

    • The USB cable can be used to connect it to a computer, while the Bluetooth or OTG cable can be used to connect it to a mobile device

    • It accepts approximately 1,600 different coins and tokens

    2. Trezor Model T


    • Trezor Model T is the Trezor wallet’s second version (the first being Trezor One)

    • Trezor is a wonderful hardware wallet that matches all of the security features and popularity of the Ledger Nano X

    • It comes with a built-in colour touchscreen and a large display for a better user experience

    • The Trezor Model T can store over 1800 coins and tokens, but the user can switch to a Bitcoin-only software that is designed to handle Bitcoin transactions exclusively

    3. Ellipal Titan

    • Ellipal Titan is notable for using a hardware wallet security method that is air-gapped

    • Your Ellipal hardware wallet is physically, electromagnetically, and electronically isolated from all other networks when it is in an air-gapped state

    • While other hardware wallets use USB or Bluetooth to sign transactions, Ellipal Titan’s Ellipal app solely employs QR codes

    • Indeed, the Ellipal Titan circuit board was designed to be incompatible with Wifi, Bluetooth, and cellular connections, effectively preventing any physical connections

    4. SafePal S1


    • Binance labs have funded the SafePal S1 hardware wallet project

    • It employs an air-gapped connection mechanism and EAL 5+ security certification, as well as a self-destruct feature in the event of forceful offline attacks

    • With a 1.3-inch screen and a 400mAh battery, it’s the size of a credit card

    • It supports over 10,000 tokens and 20 blockchains

    5. Ledger Nano S Plus

    • The Ledger Nano S Plus is an improved version of the Ledger Nano S hardware wallet

    • It has larger memory storage for programs (wallets), 1.28 MB, than the Nano S, which only has 128 KB and a larger display that makes transactions easy to see

    • Must be linked to a device to turn on as there is no Bluetooth option

    6. CoolWallet Pro

    • CoolWallet Pro is an iOS and Android-compatible hardware wallet

    • It uses a Bluetooth connection to connect to the CoolBitX Crypto Wallet App

    • CoolWallet Pro is the second generation of CoolWallets (the first being CoolWallet S), and it allows you to stake Tron (TRX), Polkadot (DOT), and Cosmos directly (ATOM)

    7. Keystone Pro

    • Keystone Pro is a hardware wallet that communicates using air-gapped QR codes

    • A 4-inch touch screen and a detachable battery provide an excellent user experience

    • Third-party wallets are PSBT compliant

    • It comes in three different versions: Essential, Pro, and Ultimate, with prices ranging from $119 to $479


    • BitBox02 is a desktop hardware wallet produced in Switzerland (Windows, Linux, Mac)

    • It now also works with Android devices that have a USB-C port

    • It only accepts ERC20 tokens and does not support Bitcoin, Litecoin, or Ethereum

    • It functions and may be plugged exactly like a USB drive; no additional hardware is required

    • You can backup using a recovery phrase, but the option to rapid backup with a microSD card is a key benefit of this hardware wallet

    9. D’CENT

    • The D’CENT hardware wallet is designed for iOS and Android devices

    • You can connect to the D’CENT app wallet via an encrypted Bluetooth connection

    • The device contains a built-in fingerprint scanner (which is why it’s sometimes dubbed a Biometric wallet)

    • The four buttons that surround this fingerprint authentication square are used to navigate

    • You can view your purchased NFT on the D’CENT app’s Collectibles page (non-fungible tokens)

    10. SecuX V20

    • SecuX offers three different hardware wallets. W10 (which can only be used on a PC laptop), W20, and V20 (which can be used on both a desktop and a mobile device)

    • Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple, Groestlcoin, BNB, DigiByte, Dash, Doge, Stellar, and all other ERC20 tokens are all supported

    • It has a 2.8-inch colour touchscreen, a diamond-shaped metal frame, and a long-lasting 600mAh battery


    None of these articles constitutes financial advice. Articles are highly summarised to make it easy for the reader and save your time, so please DYOR further before putting your hard-earned money into any product mentioned.
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