Cold Card wallet. Why fuck around with anything else?
Cold Card wallet needs no website or computer to operate, unlike Trezor or Ledger, and integrates secure elements throughout it's design.
Encrypted Backup of the wallet is accomplished through onboard removable high reliability, military grade SD cards. (available on the site.)They are shipping NOW. Next level security for the truly paranoid.
@mydogisahusky is it shipping with a red PCB? Can't wait for mine to come in.
I don't know. I have been grabbing images that I find, and winging it. We should ask. The Red Board rules imo.
But then again, if you are carrying around a card that could someday buy a small island nation, do you really want it to be red?
Something to think about, a lot to be said for going low-key.
But definitely red for the ads.
@mydogisahusky why? because it doesn't have Lightning support.
I'm not sure that was a design goal. Lightning support implies transactions up to a few hundred dollars. Cold Card is for storage of LOTS of BItcoins. I think it's a different application. Maybe run a zap wallet on your phone for Lightning. You can always keep a few hundred bucks on your phone. Not $100,000. That would be silly. That's where Cold Card's strength is. Hi value, ultra secure. jmo
Here's the black.
If you want a cold wallet yes. If you want something that you can use on a daily basis with good security, a ledger or a trezor is way better. Also, I'm curious about what is the model of Secure Element embedded in your device. Lots of chip claim to be "Secure".
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