The two wallets offer top-notch security for your cryptos even though the Keepkey supports fewer coins.
KeepKey’s aluminum casing makes it a bit more durable and withstands a certain degree of fall when compared to Trezor’s plastic casing.
There is no much difference in the prices of both wallets, though the Trezor ranks higher because of the company reputation.
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KeepKey and the Ledger Nano S are very reliable wallets to secure your digital assets with.
You will still consider the number of coins supported on both before making a choice, the keep key falls short once again in this category.
But you can trade between cryptos directly from your Keepkey device which is a feature you might want to consider before buying.
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No one will spend a dime on hardware wallets, if their security framework is no different from online (hot) wallets.
Hardware wallets provide that extra bit of security in the sense that, they securely store private keys in offline mode, keeping them out of reach of criminals.
Furthermore, the Keepkey device can be seen as a portable computer, built to provide maximum security for your Cryptocurrencies from physical and virtual theft at all times.
User reviews have stated that it is safe to use a Keepkey device on any computer (even virus-infected computers) since it is immune to virus infections and hacks.
Since Shapeshifts acquisition of Keepkey, it added a new feature to the hardware wallet that allows its users to trade tokens directly from the device without having to create an account on an exchange.
The process of converting your coins is explained in the video below.