The latest move sees the company expanding its comprehensive collection of offline and cold storage solutions for DeFi enthusiasts. The store curates a wide selection of devices from some of the world’s leading brands such as Ledger, SecuX, and Trezor.
More details can be found at https://www.thecryptomerchant.com
The announcement details why having the right kind of hardware wallet is essential when trading crypto assets. With millions of dollars worth of digital currency lost every year due to inadequate security and storage, The Crypto Merchant is committed to providing customers with user-friendly but hackproof technology to protect their investments over the long term.
The store’s expanded collection of hardware wallets includes Trezor’s European-made Model T. This features an LCD color touchscreen and has a range of security features that have been tested and verified by a panel of experts. This extends to randomized keypad entries for PIN codes to stop prying eyes from acquiring passwords. The Model T places no limits on the number of different coins that can be stored on the device, offering compatibility with over 100 digital currencies.
Other recent additions to The Crypto Merchant store include the Ledger Nano X – a hardware wallet that keeps seeds and private keys completely offline. With a state-of-the-art Secure Element chip, users can be assured of hackproof performance. The Nano X now comes with Bluetooth connectivity and is one of the few hardware wallets that is compatible with both iOS and Android mobile devices.
Visitors to The Crypto Merchant can also access a complete setup guide for Ledger’s flagship wallet as well as a detailed review of the Nano X’s dual-chip architecture and new backup and recovery features.
The Crypto Merchant offers up-to-the-minute knowledge for beginners and more experienced traders alike. Its website’s expertly curated blog section is regularly updated with reviews and informational articles, commentaries, and security tips for DeFi investors.
A spokesperson says, “Getting a hardware wallet is the only way to outsmart hackers and avoid losing your crypto assets. But it’s critical that wallets are purchased from an authorized retailer, otherwise, they could arrive tampered with or compromised. We want to help people avoid the horror stories and have peace of mind when storing their hard-earned assets.”
For more information, go to https://www.thecryptomerchant.com
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