Bitlox wallet review

Bitlox Hardware Wallet Review

At last, we have a hardware bitcoin wallet that massages the ego. Unlike the makers of Coolwallet, the guys over at BitLox may be right when they claim Bitlox is the best hardware wallet ever, even though it’s a matter for debate. Cutting edge technology has gone into Bitlox . The device is portable, secure, and aesthetically pleasant. Users

Ledger wallet review

Ledger HW.1 Review: Hardware Bitcoin Wallet

The Ledger HW.1 was the first product ever by the Ledger company. It is basically a multi-sig physical wallet for storing bitcoins. The Ledger HW.1 appeals to bitcoiners who are on a budget because of its low pricing ($15) and high portability as well as rigid security structure. In case the wallet gets lost, you can

Ledger Nano S Review: Trezor and KeepKey Competitor

Before the Ledger Nano S, there was Ledger Nano and Ledger HW, both made by Ledger (the company). The previous products made low sales because of their lackluster appeal. Enter Ledger Nano S, and suddenly KeepKey and Trezor, had found a new competitor because Ledger Nanon S featured a screen! Made in France, Ledger Nano

Digital Bitbox Review: Multi-sig Bitcoin Hardware Wallet

The market for hardware bitcoin wallets is getting flooded already as every company thrusts forth their product. Another wallet looking for some love is Digital Bitbox. Digital Bitbox is a Swiss-made hardware multi-sig wallet that promises to keep your bitcoins safe from the reach of hackers. Although its lack of a screen caused it to

KeepKey Review: Hardware Bitcoin Wallet

KeepKey is a hardware wallet that secures bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin, dogecoin, dash and namecoin. When you use KeepKey, you secure your digital wealth against the reach of both hackers and thieves. KeepKey is a widely received product and the parent company, SatoshiLabs, is in the process of making a “follow-up” product. In this review, we

5 Advantages Of Mining Altcoins With CPU Rather Than Buying Them

Mining altcoins is fun. You get to play around with fantastic hardware like GPUs, FPGAs, and ASICs. And more importantly, you stand a chance to win a block reward! If you have looked at enough “bitcoin literature” you’ll understand that bitcoin mining is discouraged among solo-miners. Of course, there’s sense in that, considering that the

The 5 Best Bitcoin Mining Software, 2017

Mining software Although actual mining of bitcoin is the domain of hardware, a miner will also need to install complementary mining software, which will connect together the blockchain, the bitcoin miner, and the mining pool. This connection optimizes signal transmission, and so, the software may relay information from the miner to the blockchain and the