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  1. BitShields

    Trezor T

    TREZOR Model T is the next generation hardware wallet by SatoshiLabs to secure all your cryptocurrencies. Small enough to fit in the palm of your hands, the Model T has a minimalist look and supports over 200 coins. It uses its internal CPU to make sure all sensitive operations such as key generation, key derivation, transaction signing, etc, are secure and no data are leaked. 4-digit PIN code/passphrase entry SSH & U2F Authentication Token Touch screen Encrypted password on cloud Perfect size to fit snuggly in your hand Built with extremely durable material which makes it tamper-proof and water-resistant Multi-coin support
  2. I have seen a few posts about us on here! I would like to announce that we are now officially supporting XRP in our wallet! The update will be reflected on our App, website and firmware (which will be available for download) very soon! For those who never heard about the ELLIPAL Wallet: ELLIPAL is hardware wallet is the first connection-free, mobile supported hardware wallet, suitable for both storage and trade. The aim is to provide a more convenient, yet safe alternative to other hardware wallets that still relies on connections and PC, making them not truly portable and efficient during trading. The wallet and its App communicates via encrypted QR codes which are to be scanned by both the wallet and the App. The process is incredibly secure yet very simple for users. You can find out more about us through here: WEBSITE: https://www.ellipal.com ELLIPAL cold wallet security (Be sure to check out our other articles too!) : https://medium.com/@ellipal/ellipal-cold-wallet-security-50e4450bdd06 Reviews, unboxing and more: https://order.ellipal.com/blogs/news Will be back very soon for XRP tutorial for the ELLIPAL !!! Questions? Join us on telegram!
  3. Pluto

    BLACK FRIDAY: Ledger Nano S

    Hi, I have been an anonymous member for a while now on XRP, and felt its time to contribute to the community here. XRP chat has given me more unbiased information and facts on the overall Blockchain and Crypto industry, making it easy to invest in value and look at Alt-coins from a long term perspective. I have been waiting for the Black Friday sale for the Ledger Nano S for a year, and just ordered mine and just wanted to inform fellow members who have been contemplating the decision to own a hardware wallet to look at the Ledgerwallet website as they have a 21% off sale until Cyber Monday. Cheers.
  4. Blog URL - Location: https://xrpcommunity.blog/we-are-early-to-the-party/ XRP fans may have shown up early to the party, but they know what to do: brew coffee and catch up on some light reading! ?????? ????: MUFG Bank and Banco Bradesco implement Ripple tech for Japan-Brazil cross-border payments; Emi Yoshikawa, Ripple's Head of Global Operations & Partnerships, plans on attending TechCrunch Shenzhen on November 20; and SEB has some interesting updates on its integration with Ripple technology. ??? ????: NEXO is offering lines of credit secured by individual crypto holdings; WietseWind has an XRParrot progress update; CKJ Crypto interviews the man behind the successful fundraising campaign for St Jude using the XRP Tip Bot; and RareData has created a hardware wallet comparison matrix. I hope you enjoy the read & please leave any comments below. Feel free to share my blog with anybody you'd like, and on any platform - and thank you for doing so! Links to my blog announcements on other sites & media: Twitter Reddit r/Ripple Reddit r/CryptoCurrency Reddit r/CryptoMarkets Reddit r/xrp Reddit r/RippleTalk Reddit r/alternativecoin Bitcointalk - alt coin sub forum Bitcointalk - XRP speculation thread
  5. Loso

    CoolWallet S

    CoolWallet S is the World's first wireless cold storage device! With it's slim and sleek design it possesses the look and feel of a credit card, fitting perfectly in any wallet. The CoolWallet S is completely wireless and works seamlessly with any iPhone or Android device. Each CoolWallet S is equipped with military grade security, protecting up to five accounts that can each hold an unlimited amount of supported coins. Features Supports BIP-32 and BIP-44 2FA Enabled Secure Element Chip Engraved Waterproof, Durable, and Flexible Bluetooth Enabled Credit Card Size e-Paper Display iOS and Android Devices Compatible 2 Hour Charge Time with 2-3 Week Battery Life Multi-Coin Support
  6. https://www.ledger.fr/2018/02/23/announcing-new-ledger-wallet-desktop-mobile-applications/
  7. hi guys; I was wondering about the following imaginary (yet totally possible scenario): A person putting all his coins in the ledger nano S HW wallet and puts it away in a safe for 5 years. after that time period this person tries to connect to the ledger nano S again but there is a HW failure. in such cases I assume the 24 passphrase should help a person to 'transfer' my coins to a new ledger. however, 5 years from now in my imaginary scenario ledger went bankrupt and non existent anymore. what then? you thoughts and comments are welcomed. considering the fact that there are many HW failures reports in the nano s forum and the volatility of the market as a whole. this scenario could be reality tomorrow...
  8. Hi All First post, lurking a long time... Thanks for all the encouragement since hopping into XRP awhile back - really liking the community and info on this board. Figured I'd add something useful to anyone with a Nano Ledger S. I've never liked the fragile nature of the micro USB port on it - worried I'll break it one day, so I decided to try a magnetic USB connector retrofit... and it works great so far. (**I have no connection to this co, BTW - just wanted to pay something forward for all the great posters here) if you have the Nano, you just need the usb kit - much cheaper than buying it already modded ;] Minty Nano Thanks again!
  9. Man in the Middle Redditor moodyrocket is coming to terms with having his “life savings” wiped out this week, after $34,000 of crypto was stolen from his newly acquired Nano Ledger hardware wallet. The device was compromised, not due to any flaws in its design, but thanks to a man in the middle attack that saw the reseller insert their own recovery seed. The buyer then unwittingly began using the wallet, unaware that the default seed they were using had not been randomly assigned by the manufacturer. He explained: I have not used my Ledger in a week, today I decide to check the value of my XRP, Litecoin and Dash only to discover that all of them showed up as zero and had been transferred somewhere else yesterday all around the same time at 7:30pm. I am not sure how this is possible as I have not access my Ledger in a week. The victim was initially confused as to how the attack could have been successfully pulled off, before eventually twigging that the Ebay seller must have tampered with the device. After sharing his story on Reddit, Ledger reached out to moodyrocket and encouraged him to report the crime to “bring the eBay seller to justice”. The fraudulent documentation that came with the wallet. An Elaborate Hoax The odds of the British-based victim getting his cryptocurrency back are remote, but his loss can at least be the community’s gain. The widespread attention the tale has received serves to highlight the dangers to anyone considering purchasing a hardware wallet from a third party. Auction sites, unaffiliated vendors, and merchants who have no formal partnership with wallet manufacturers should all be avoided. This sheet should not come with your Ledger wallet. The vast majority of resellers stocking wallets such as Ledgers and Trezors have no intention of meddling with the devices. But it only takes one unscrupulous entity to interfere with a wallet and pass it on to the unsuspecting buyer. The Ebay seller who duped moodyrocket had gone to great lengths to orchestrate the scam. The seed is meant to be generated by the device, but this purchase came with “scratch off” paper that revealed the seed. Despite the security of hardware devices themselves, the weakest link is always the people using them. Even a raft of anti-theft tech can’t atone for human error. Had the victim reset the device and created a new seed he would have been fine. When presented with convincingly forged documentation, though, he naturally felt safe in sticking with the default seed. Purchasing hardware wallets directly from the manufacturer may take longer and cost more, but the alternatives just aren’t worth it. Full story here : Man’s Life Savings Stolen from Hardware Wallet Supplied by a Reseller
  10. With the recent announcement that Ripple will be supported before May 22nd, has anyone gone ahead and purchased one in anticipation? Or are we mostly waiting for the confirmation that it is live before doing so? Meanwhile, interested in hearing everyone's views on a couple other questions: 1. Is there any sense in buying 2 (1 for backup?) Or would this be unnecessary, given that you can restore your configurations with the 24-word recovery seed with any new Ledger Wallet anyways? 2. Would you try to find the hardware wallet's private key and store it somewhere, in case you lose the 24-word recovery seed? (Or does this defeat the purpose of the hardware wallet security of hiding your secret key, even from yourself?) 3. Would you transfer all your holdings onto the Ledger Wallet, or diversify and split your holdings among several places 'just in case'? (e.g. some in cold storage, some in exchanges, and some in hardware wallet)