KeepKey is one of the top Bitcoin Hardware Wallets in the industry right now. I recently had the opportunity to have a hands-on experience with one, as well as speak to Doug Miller of KeepKey. KeepKey is a very solidly-built wallet with a large, very easy to read screen. A lot of attention to detail has been done both with the Bitcoin Wallet and the app.
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The KeepKey ships in a shrink wrapped box with tamper-evident stickers on it. This extra bit helps alleviate the worry that your device could have been tampered with en-route. The KeepKey comes with a USB cable, a card to write your seed on, a sleeve for your seed card, and a basic “getting started” guide.
Setup is very simple with a walk through demo on KeepKey.com. Both their app and firmware are open source, so you can compile and install yourself or customize. They also use the Trezor source code, and as they state it is “market proven.” This array of features and security should definitely give the user peace of mind.
When the KeepKey first debuted, it was $249