When they dropped the ball with the bcash airdrop I immediately got a ledger and trezor. Keepkey looks nice and the Shapeshift feature was cool but I don’t trust it ever since voorhes took over. I’m glad I got the other wallets.
ya, grab a “ledger nano s” it is a awsome tool and why not they are pretty cheap. get a “trezor” too and play with it, don’t be cheap! keep the “keepkey” and lets see if they can upgrade their software in the future (ah its NEEDED thats a no-brainer), but until they do, use the others. hopefully “keepkey” can improve and innovate. “keepkey” was my first HD wallet and holds some sentimental value for me.
I did it because I wanted segwit now and because it is not good to put all eggs in the same basket, so I went on trezor and I’ll use it in tandem with Keepkey, I went on Trezor because I’ve read and a friend told me that Nano S does have an app number limit.
This is depressing. I just got my keepkey delivered, was very excited while setting it up, its an excellent little system I love it. But I checked the website to see if bitcoin cash was supported and based on that I thought it was. Thats why I bought keepkey because I want to get my bch off of the exchanges. To find that it doesnt actually support BCH only alow people who had BCH before hand to hold it or send it is very frustrating, I could have just as easily burned my money.
Lol. I’m considering it. I like KeepKey and am keeping it since the recovery phrase is neatly tucked away. But it looks like the new Trezor and Ledger are going to support many different types of currencies. Or are going to continue. So I’m going to see what the new Trezor is about when it comes out.