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Hey guys. I'm working on a new hardware wallet (along with an extremely sexy cryptographer who you may or may not know) and I'm soliciting input. I searched online to see what people like/dislike about the Trezor, Ledger Nano S , and KeepKey. These are some of the comments I found: Trezor pros: Reputation, can also act as a password manager, has an advanced recovery feature, open source firmware, open to community development, supports passphrases Trezor cons: Needs better protected hardware, poorly implemented STMicrochips, multiple wallets required for different currencies and the selection is limited Nano pros: Better casing (more durable), downloadable wallet and not just a website to go to, app is similar to Trezor, but has a "sleeker" and more intuitive design, cheaper price, large selection of wallets for other currencies Nano cons: Lack of support for passphrases, firmware not open source, use of secure element chip that is only available under NDA is controversial, the cable that comes with the Nano often doesn't work KeepKey pros: (KeepKey is actually a port of the TREZOR’s code and firmware.) Large digital screen, metal body. ShapeShift recently acquired KeepKey and plans to allow users to trade assets over the ShapeShift API, which can be reached from KeepKey’s interface. KeepKey cons: Hasn’t earned enough “reputation points” yet. Communicates exclusively with Google Chrome. Complaints about poor customer service. I'd love to know if you have anything to add or any other suggestions in general. Thanks!