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Part 2: Protect your Bitcoin with an Electrum Multisig wallet, with Coldcard, Ledger, and Trezor!

Part 2: Protect your Bitcoin with an Electrum Multisig wallet, with Coldcard, Ledger, and Trezor! submitted by rnvk to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Stephan: A small (20 min...) demo of Specter-Desktop - 2 of 4 multisig wallet with, Trezor, COLDCARD, CoboVault and Specter-DIY. Connected to your Bitcoin Core.

Stephan: A small (20 min...) demo of Specter-Desktop - 2 of 4 multisig wallet with, Trezor, COLDCARD, CoboVault and Specter-DIY. Connected to your Bitcoin Core. submitted by rnvk to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Magazine: CK walks you through how to set up, receive, send and recover a 2 of 3 multisig wallet with ColdCard, Ledger, and Trezor.

Bitcoin Magazine: CK walks you through how to set up, receive, send and recover a 2 of 3 multisig wallet with ColdCard, Ledger, and Trezor. submitted by rnvk to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Stephan: A small (20 min...) demo of Specter-Desktop - 2 of 4 multisig wallet with, Trezor, COLDCARD, CoboVault and Specter-DIY. Connected to your Bitcoin Core. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Stephan: A small (20 min...) demo of Specter-Desktop - 2 of 4 multisig wallet with, Trezor, COLDCARD, CoboVault and Specter-DIY. Connected to your Bitcoin Core. (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Magazine: CK walks you through how to set up, receive, send and recover a 2 of 3 multisig wallet with ColdCard, Ledger, and Trezor. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Bitcoin Magazine: CK walks you through how to set up, receive, send and recover a 2 of 3 multisig wallet with ColdCard, Ledger, and Trezor. (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Part 2: Protect your Bitcoin with an Electrum Multisig wallet, with Coldcard, Ledger, and Trezor! (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Part 2: Protect your Bitcoin with an Electrum Multisig wallet, with Coldcard, Ledger, and Trezor! (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Best method of storing a large amount of bitcoin - Using several hardware wallets and splitting up your amount or using your different hardware wallets (trezor, ledger, etc.) in a multisig wallet with electrum?

What do you think the safer option is for storing a larger amount of coins?
Splitting up your coins in different hd walletswould obviously still leave you open to a small chance of manufacturer vunerability but in that case you would still have coins left with the other manufactuer that wasn't exposed.
Would using a multisig setup with different hardware wallets in electrum be better? In this instance both hd wallets would have tobe compromised. Is there possibliy a weakness in having to trust electrum?
Would what you pick in a hardware wallet storage setup?
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Best method of storing a large amount of bitcoin - Using several hardware wallets and splitting up your amount or using your different hardware wallets (trezor, ledger, etc.) in a multisig wallet with electrum?

What do you think the safer option is for storing a larger amount of coins?
Splitting up your coins in different hd walletswould obviously still leave you open to a small chance of manufacturer vunerability but in that case you would still have coins left with the other manufactuer that wasn't exposed.
Would using a multisig setup with different hardware wallets in electrum be better? In this instance both hd wallets would have tobe compromised. Is there possibliy a weakness in having to trust electrum?
Would what you pick in a hardware wallet storage setup??
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Any thoughts on future-proofness of an Electrum 2of2 multisig wallet with Trezor and Ledger Nano S? /r/Bitcoin

Any thoughts on future-proofness of an Electrum 2of2 multisig wallet with Trezor and Ledger Nano S? /Bitcoin submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Best method of storing a large amount of bitcoins - Using several hardware wallets and splitting up your amount or using your different hardware wallets (trezor, ledger, etc.) in a multisig wallet with electrum?

What do you think the safer option is for storing a larger amount of coins?
Splitting up your coins in different hd walletswould obviously still leave you open to a small chance of manufacturer vunerability but in that case you would still have coins left with the other manufactuer that wasn't exposed.
Would using a multisig setup with different hardware wallets in electrum be better? In this instance both hd wallets would have tobe compromised. Is there possibliy a weakness in having to trust electrum?
Would what you pick as the most safe setup in a hardware wallet storage situation?
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Any thoughts on future-proofness of an Electrum 2of2 multisig wallet with Trezor and Ledger Nano S? /r/Bitcoin

Any thoughts on future-proofness of an Electrum 2of2 multisig wallet with Trezor and Ledger Nano S? /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Claiming Bitcoin airdrops from a multisig wallet using two Trezors?

Let's say I have a 2-of-3 multisig Bitcoin wallet in Electrum that uses three Trezors. How would I go about claiming the airdropped coins from one of these Bitcoin forks while signing my transaction with Trezors?
Would it be possible to generate a Bitcoin transaction in Electrum, edit it by hand to be a Bitcoin Gold transaction, sign it in electrum via Trezor, and broadcast on the Bitcoin Gold network?
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Best method of storing a large amount of bitcoin - Using several hardware wallets and splitting up your amount or using your different hardware wallets (trezor, ledger, etc.) in a multisig wallet with /r/ledgerwallet

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Best method of storing a large amount of bitcoin - Using several hardware wallets and splitting up your amount or using your different hardware wallets (trezor, ledger, etc.) in a multisig wallet with /ledgerwallet submitted by SimilarAdvantage to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Best method of storing a large amount of bitcoins - Using several hardware wallets and splitting up your amount or using your different hardware wallets (trezor, ledger, etc.) in a multisig wallet with electrum? /r/Bitcoin

Best method of storing a large amount of bitcoins - Using several hardware wallets and splitting up your amount or using your different hardware wallets (trezor, ledger, etc.) in a multisig wallet with electrum? /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Multisig support for all coins on Trezor (bitcoin + altcoins)

Hi,
I'm trying to figure out the best way to ensure that all of my coins are easily accessible by my loved ones in case something were to happen to me.
I understand that when it comes to bitcoin, I can set up an n of m multisig wallet and give copies of the keys to people. This is great as it means that the people that I gave the keys to can collaborate in order to recover my funds, but no one individual can do it by themselves. Additionally, multiple keys are required for signing transactions, so this is pretty much a perfect setup in terms of security and redundency.
However, when it comes to other coins that can be held on the trezor it's a little less obvious how to achieve the same thing. Is this even possible?
As I understand it, a trezor can only hold a single key. Bitcoin can be stored in a multisig wallet which required n of m keys in order to access. But if I also have dash on my trezor, for example, the dash would only be associated with a single key, and not all of the keys in an n of m setup.
So lets say I have 3 keys in a 2of3 setup. To get to the bitcoin, any 2 of the 3 keys can be used. One key by itself is useless. But to get to the dash... only one of the keys will grant access, and that one key can be used by itself. So whoever has a copy of that key has full access to the Dash, and all the other key holders have no hope in recovering the Dash funds, right?
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Claiming Bitcoin airdrops from a multisig wallet using two Trezors?

Claiming Bitcoin airdrops from a multisig wallet using two Trezors? submitted by charlespax to BitcoinAirdrops [link] [comments]

Multisig with hardware wallt and offline Electrum VS. Ledger Nano S. or Trezor /r/Bitcoin

Multisig with hardware wallt and offline Electrum VS. Ledger Nano S. or Trezor /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Warning to anyone who uses a Trezor or Ledger hardware wallet in a Copay multisig /r/Bitcoin

Warning to anyone who uses a Trezor or Ledger hardware wallet in a Copay multisig /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Multisig with TREZOR? /r/Bitcoin

Multisig with TREZOR? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

What is the safest way to use BTC with Electrum? : With 2-of-2 multisig wallets; with 2fa (TrustedCoin and Google Authenticator); or with hardware wallet (Ledger or Trezor)? /r/Bitcoin

What is the safest way to use BTC with Electrum? : With 2-of-2 multisig wallets; with 2fa (TrustedCoin and Google Authenticator); or with hardware wallet (Ledger or Trezor)? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Ledger or Trezor ?????? Thoughts from the community

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The most secure wallet? Hardware wallets can be cracked?

I know the first question in the title is asked a ton, but I have some other questions aswell.
So I do freelancing online and have chosen to recieve my payment in btc for a while, while I fix some problems I have with my bank, and currently I have $2k in Bitcoin, these are on my blockchain account as I thought it was OK but recently did some more research and found out that it was not as secure as I thought (although not extremely sure why its not safe, but I thought I should try to find something more secure).
So far I found out that cold wallets or offline wallets are the most secure. Ive seen at Trezor and Ledger, although leaning more towards Trezor since ive seen a lot of articles and reddit posts stating its the most secure.
I saw some people saying that if you loose your Trezor wallet you don't need to worry, as long as you have those security words. But then I saw somewhere else that some guys cracked Trezor and Ledger wallets and could see the passphrase from it. So is it really that secure? Like if I loose the physical thing, is it possible that it can get hacked?
Something else I also don't quite get, is that it is called an offline wallet, but you can still access it from anywhere if you have the security keys. Doesn't that mean it is an online wallet aswell? Like if my whole house burns down including the hw wallet, but I still remember my keys, I will still be able to access my wallet right?
Another thing I am wondering is that if my computer has a virus or malware or something similar, and I plug in my HW wallet, could they get access to it?
I also have like $300 in monero which I honestly cant remember where I got, but can I store these too on a hardware wallet? Does it require a second security phrase, or does all the cryptos go under one?
Currently I am leaning towards buying the Trezor Model T, and writing down the passphrase on two pieces of paper, hiding them somewhere really safe in the house (somewhere I will remember ofcourse), but still repeat the codes until I know them all in my head. I am thinking of bringing the Trezor Model T everywhere I go, like I do with my phone. I have never lost anything, keys, phones, wallets. never. Although I need to be on the safe side, thus my question about if I loose the physical wallet.
Or is there some other insanenly secure wallet that I have not heard of?
I will be grateful for anyone trying to answehelp :)
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Trezor Multisig w/ Electrum by Pavol Rusnak - DEMO at Understanding Bitcoin - Day 1

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