Ben TossellCo-Founder, Token Daily

What is the best hardware wallet for storing Bitcoin, Ether, etc?

We should all know by now that exchanges are not safe to keep your Crytpocurrencies... What are the best wallets that we should store them on?
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    Bitcoin Trezor

    The Hardware Bitcoin Wallet

    Ayrton De Craene17Code @ Product Hunt · Written
    I know a couple people who got the Trezor which has been working fine for them. Looks a bit fancier than the Ledger Nano S but it's also slightly more expensive.
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    Ledger Nano S

    A secure Bitcoin and Ethereum hardware wallet

    Ayrton De Craene17Code @ Product Hunt · Written
    I ordered the Ledger Nano S last week, it hasn't shipped yet so I currently don't have any personal experience with it. The Nano S was recommended to me by @cagriaksay and said it was working really well for him. They ship out of France so shipping cost might be significant unless you live in Europe (to ship to Belgium it was +- 7 euros)
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    Ben TabasAlways learning. www.bentabas.com · Written
    Nano S is easy to use, secure and versatile. It supports several different types of coins (Ripple, bitcoin, ETH, ETC, Stratis, etc) and the list keeps growing. Plus the device is beautifully designed. Highly recommended!
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    TenX

    Making cryptocurrencies spendable anytime anywhere

    TenX provides you with a card
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  4. Andrea BoiDesigner at Elpis Investments · Written
    Andrea Boi made this product
    If anyone is interested, we have created an AI-based investment system that help investors to find the best performance possible.
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  5. Anastasia SurkovaWaves Platform, Community manager · Written
    Can recommend Waves Platform Wallet, which supports bitcoin, ethereum, ethereum classic etc. (the list is constantly expanding) , has a high network speed with hundreds of transactions per second and only a small commission fee.
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