Launching out of private beta today, ShapeShift’s new platform allows users to buy, sell, trade, and manage over 50 different digital assets through a connected hardware wallet. It’s a major launch for the five-year-old company, which was founded in 2014 as a way to swap one cryptocurrency for another.
Inspecting Forklog’s office stockroom the other day, we’ve discovered a mysterious black box containing (almost) new hardware cryptowallet manufactured by U.S.-based company KeepKey. Is it capable of competing with the famous triumvirate of Trezor, Ledger, and Case? Well, there’s only one way to find out.
KeepKey, creator of the world’s premier hardware wallet, has today announced an integration with Ethereum due to soaring community demand. The second most valuable digital asset, currently holding a total market capitalization of over $850 million USD, will go live on the KeepKey device from Friday morning.
ForkLog editorial team got hands on with Ledger Nano S, the only known so far HD-wallet compatible with both Bitcoin and Ethereum.