Arguably the OG of cryptocurrency hardware wallets and cold storage the TREZOR Bitcoin wallet. The TREZOR is now capable of storing Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Gold, Litecoin, Ethereum, ERC-20 Tokens, Ethereum Classic, DASH, and Zcash!
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I came across your channel about 2 weeks ago as I'm new to the Crypto world. You make the most sense out of all the other channels talking about Bitcoin. In fact your clearer in your words than the people Ive talked face to face to down here in Aus, which added to my confusion about which way to go, i.e. Investing, Mining, Wallets, trust etc etc.
My decision is... I'm sticking with it, keeping it as a hobby. Your making it fun for me rather than a stress or having to outlay large sums of money for nothing. I walk away from your vids with good options to consider for myself.
The Cents (Satoshi's) make up the Dollar (Bitcoin). And I think thats the clearest message I've got from you so far.
Came across your website today. Looking to buy either a Trezor or NanoS. You and I have something in common. My parents are Czech. I thought about this earlier today when I read Trezor. Trezor is vault in Czech or Slovakian. Looking forward to listening to your comparison. Do you by chance also show how to use either the Trezor or NanoS, and how to secure Coins from whichever Exchange? Man, that would be so helpful. I'm starting out. Moc ti dekuju. Nazdar!
Hey VoskCoin! I love your videos, they're really true and honest. One tip though: get a microphone. It would be awesome to listen to your tips with good audio as well. I normally do other stuff while I listen and watch. :)
Vosss!!!! as always YOU ARE AWESOME and Tails is the best ... such a sweetheart and hope all is well with her .. your videos are always great even though for me you are a crypto guru no offense to CryptoChick lol.. Vos, I am trying to do what you did with triple mining set-up and am wondering if it is better to use Linux (Lite actually) or Windows? or is this just a choice to make? any benefits with Linux and can you mine with Linux Lite? thanks Vos and we pray for Tails to be there by you for a long time to come. all the best Dude.. you are awesome!!!!
Speaking of security, do you use a Mac for some of its inherit security properties? Or were you already a Mac user prior to delving into crypto? I'm looking to purchase a new laptop for dealing purely with my crypto. I'm a Windows user through and through, but I'm debating getting a Mac for this purpose.
Love your videos. I actually built a rig from one of your videos. Now that I have the rig ready Im just confused on how to set up wallets and how to set up the software to mine. Could you maybe make a video about how to set up your computer to start mining for dummies xD. I think alot of the information that for most people seems to be very clear to me at least is not and I am not really sure how to get it all up and running. Sorry to be so needy. If you or someone could at least point me to where I could find these information that would be great. Thank you very much. And keep up with the great videos.
I don't know how people don't have hard wallets, I would never trust my coin to software. I have exodus and its cool, but no fucking way am I putting serious money there. I do mine straight to Trezor and its bad ass. I got it when it was 82 bucks too, those days are over.
Is there any way a crook could fiddle with a trezor or ledger nano s while it is in the post, to make it seem new, but actually already have viewed the passphrase? In other words, the device has the usual welcome notice and "configure new device' process, and "write down all the words" etc, but the wallet has already been configured and the words have already been viewed?
"Side Note". Get your own damn longer Dongle VOS.... Trezor is the gold standard. They just need to have more coin support. I hate that site also. Dosent make me feel secure. I want to just generate a 1ST Blood address and send coins like with btc.
So its a 2 party authenticator device? Because if the coin is really stored on the device it would not be recoverable if the device is destroyed (as in house fire example). But if I understand what you said you can recover that coin in such a case with a seed? That says to me that its an expensive 2 party authenticator. Am I misunderstanding?
The coins of cryptocurrencies are never stored in any wallets, hardware or software. The coins are just transactions on the public blockchain. What the wallet stores are the keys needed to spend those transactions. The keys are generated from the seed that you get when you set up the wallet. So with this seed you can set up another wallet, and it'll have the same keys as the original wallet, thus allowing you to spend the same transactions from the blockchain.
You can use the word seed you wrote down when setting up the wallet to restore the keys to another wallet. The coins are not actually stored in the wallet, they're just transactions on the global blockchain. The wallet only stores the keys needed to spend those transactions.
Just wondering... Why can’t someone just download the Blockchain cores for the coin, create the wallets locally (offline, if that paranoid) and store the private keys in an encrypted and anti virus setup usb?
Btw, u have some great vids! :-)
I love the idea of having a hardware wallet, completely OFF the grid. But somehow it feels that controlling it from a browser plugin doesn't make it really safe. But many that's just me being paranoid.
"Everything is fine.. Everything is fine! Everything is Fine ?! @[email protected] " ;) ty for the vid ! love your style. small remark: think the overlay showing that myetherwallet was bit long and at some point unrelated thus tad distracting.
Great topic.. look forward to the comparison and ranking!
I'd love to hear a podcast about your current standing... how many rigs you run?, what are they?,What is your most profitable? Ect.
Keep up the great work! Much appreciated.
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I sent my ripple from exchange to my ledger, completely forgetting about the 20 coin minimum, so I essentially lost 20 coins worth, aka my 95 coins were really 75 coins =/. If you plan on selling ripple, keep it on an exchange because you can sell all of it, if you send it to a wallet you essentially lose 20 because 20 has to stay on the wallet.
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