Cold Card. Why risk it with an ETF when you can have it all in your hand?
Cold Card wallet needs no website or computer to operate, unlike Trezor or Ledger. The security chips use secure elements, and pins can be programmed to brick the wallet in a duress situation. Back up of the wallet is accomplished through removable hi reliability, military grade SD cards available on the site.They are shipping NOW. Next level security for the truly paranoid.

@mydogisahusky "and pins can be programmed to brick the wallet in a duress situation" YESSSSSSS! I would love to have added a "dummy" account so a bit of bitcoin can be stored in it. Also a "nuke" switch but not sure how that would work.


@BitcoinBelle @mydogisahusky coldcard is amazing but you can have a second ( anti 5usd wrench attack) wallet in every hardwarewallet supporting passphrases like

@c @BitcoinBelle
I'm not sure if that is a feature of ColdCard or not, if it's not a feature, I'm ok with skipping that $5 wrench account. I need the stand alone security Trezor and Ledger can't touch.
Besides, if the thief isn't happy with your balance, he's going to mess with you any way. And by tonight, the whole world will know about those account features you just spoke of. No, when they come for you, you remind them . You say "Remember, you wanted this." And then you deal with it.

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