@jack today tweeted a thread about hardware wallets for Bitcoin - I provided a short response to his thread [https://twitter.com/SataToken/status/1400951944420626433], but I wanted to go through each point
It doesn't need to be difficult to hold and manage your cryptocurrency yourself. All it takes is a little bit of time, research, and some useful tools to take control back from the exchanges.
If you've dabbled in the cryptocurrency world, you'll probably hear about "hot" and "cold" wallets - "hot" basically meaning a wallet that is connected to the world and currently in use, and "cold"
The recent [https://www.coindesk.com/hackers-drain-kucoin-crypto-exchanges-funds] hack [https://www.zdnet.com/article/kucoin-cryptocurrency-exchange-hacked-for-150-million/] on [https://decrypt.co/43015/cryptocurrency-exchange-kucoin-likely-hacked-reports] Kucoin [https://www.kucoin.com/news/en-the-latest-updates-about-the-kucoin-security-incident] isn't anything new to the cryptocurrency
In the Cryptocurrency world, there are two ways to store your keys - Hardware wallets, and Software wallets. Hardware wallets are physical devices or tokens that store your keys, and Software wallets are