Your bitcoin, optimally secured.

The safest option is to use a hardware wallet, which is a special device that stores private keys and signs transactions, but never exposes the private keys to the computer or the internet. This is one of the safest ways to store bitcoin, as it is immune to many of the dangers that threaten online wallets. It is important to remember that the loss of the physical medium on which the private keys are stored means that the bitcoins associated with those keys are lost forever. That's why it's important to take extra precautions and possibly keep multiple copies in different locations.

Secure your bitcoin with physical hardware

Make sure you and your wealth are exposed to the lowest risk
Optimally secured

Physical storage of Bitcoin, such as using a hardware wallet or a paper wallet, provides a higher level of security against online hacks, malware and phishing attempts. Because the private keys are never exposed to the internet, the risk of theft is significantly reduced. 

Completely independent

By physically storing your bitcoins, you don't have to rely on online wallet services or exchanges that can be hacked, go bankrupt, or be subject to regulatory restrictions. You have full control over your own bitcoin and are not dependent on the reliability and security of external services. 

Protect yourself against unauthorised access

Physical storage devices, such as hardware wallets, can be protected with a PIN or password, making it difficult for unauthorized people to access your bitcoin, even if they get their hands on the physical device. Furthermore, because the device is offline, there is no risk of unauthorized access via the Internet.

The beste hardware wallets of this moment

Blockstream Jade, now available in multiple colours

Blockstream Jade is an easy-to-use, purely open-source hardware wallet that provides advanced security for your Bitcoin.

Manage your bitcoin from your desktop or mobile phone
Camera for fully isolated transaction sharing
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