Super secure BitCoin storage

I wrote about multisig with different hardware wallets something more than a year ago. Back then It was awfully complicated and I didn’t really get it working. A lot of progress has been made since then. The functionality was added to electrum last summer for trezor. I couldn’t test it however because my two trezor […]

keepkey premium bitcoin hardware wallet

I’m always interested when a new hardware wallet is announced. Naturally also for the keepkey. In contrast to most competitors, they didn’t take pre-orders. Instead they began to accept orders only when the product was finished and they were ready to ship. When they announced that the devices were finished and could be ordered, I […]

MultiSig with HardwareWallets

2014 is touted as the year of multi-signature for BitCoin. It is being integrated into some wallets and services. But not quite the way I expected. Electrum has an implementation that assumes multiple hierarchical deterministic wallets distributed over different machines, that know the other’s master private keys. -> This should work well for corporate environments […]

HW1 tiny BitCoin hardware wallet

While the trezor is certainly a great device for securing BitCoins, I’m also interested in alternative hardware wallets. Even in my very first discussions about increasing the scurity of BitCoin we talked about SmartCard solutions. After all, that’s also how I secure my GPG keys. But a regular SmartCard alone only protects the keys. If […]

Trezor BitCoin HardwareWallet

Today I received my Trezor BitCoin HardwareWallet. When I ordered it in June 2013, the expected delivery Date was October. But as it happens all that often with BitCoin related hardware, the dates get pushed back. They offered a device with plastic case for XBT 1 and one with an alloy case for XBT 3. […]