Bitcoin Hardware wallet : Ledger Nano review
Name: Ledger Wallet Nano What it is: A USB bitcoin wallet with smartcard security in a very compact package. Who’s behind it: Three French startups: BTChip, Chronocoin and La Maison du Bitcoin. Cost: €29.90. Date launched: December 2014. Summary: The Ledger Wallet Nano is a relatively affordable bitcoin hardware wallet with a few clever tricks… (0 comment)

Review of wallet
Although is a relative newcomer to the Bitcoin wallet space, the reality is that they’re offering some of the most innovative features on the market. At the center of their feature list is the use of multi-signature transactions. As an added security measure, is a required co-signer on each transaction that you attempt… (0 comment)

Coinbase wallet review
Coinbase is a step up from Instawallet in terms of both complexity and security. But it is still basic with only standard sending and receiving functionality. Nevertheless, Coinbase has two features which make it a very convenient wallet for the beginning user. First, the wallet allows you to avoid dealing with Bitcoin addresses entirely and… (0 comment)

Review of multibit bitcoin wallet
If you are an ordinary user of Bitcoin and want a wallet that just works, then MultiBit HD is the right choice for you. MultiBit HD is: Quick and easy to install support all major desktop operating systems (Windows, OS X, Linux) Secure by design All your data is kept encrypted on your local machine… (0 comment)