Top 5 Cold Storage Crypto Wallets


Online security is important. You need to secure everything you do by connecting to the Internet: whether you want to protect your online casino account or your crypto funds, you must take all possible security measures. One of the best ways to do this for cryptocurrencies is to use cold wallets. These “offline” wallets offer virtually hack-proof security and can be just as practical as hot wallets if you make the right choices. To assist you, we have compiled a list of the best, most popular and most reliable cold.

Ledger Nano X

Ledger has multiple cold wallet types, but its second-generation products have the phrase “Nano X” at the end. We highly recommend choosing second-generation wallets for more security and features. Nano X supports over 1,800 currencies and tokens. This is because it is designed to work with the “Ledger Live” platform. This platform supports new currencies as well as popular cryptos and can therefore offer a very wide variety. You can use the Nano X wallet on desktop and mobile devices with USB or Bluetooth technology. This is the key feature that sets it apart from the rest: most wallets do not have Bluetooth support.

With Ledger Live software integrated into the wallet, you can manage all cryptocurrencies through a simple interface. In this context, transferring the cryptos you have and adding new ones are things you can do in a few seconds. If you want, you can also connect to mobile devices using the “USB-C to USB-A” connection: this option appeals to people who do not want to use a wireless connection at all.

Trezor Model T

The Trezor Model T has a touchscreen display, and this is the most important difference compared to previous models. Until now, wallets in the Trezor series were controlled with one or two physical buttons. The wallet can directly connect to third-party exchanges such as Changelly and CoinSwitch via a dedicated web interface. In this way, you can add all cryptocurrencies supported on these exchanges to the Trezor Model T. There is a MicroSD card slot on the device, and you can use it for more security.

Speaking of security, you can use special software developed for cryptocurrencies called “Shamir Backup” and transfer money directly using the wallet. A special address is created each time for all transactions and QR codes can be used in the process. The wallet also manages to be a pretty good option for traders, as it supports crypto swapping as well.

CoolWallet Pro

This is a next-generation wallet with a focus on DeFi, and in appearance, it resembles a credit card. You can use the wallet on any device with an encrypted Bluetooth connection. The e-ink screen on it can be used to see a summary of the funds stored, and each transaction must be confirmed with a physical button. CoolWallet Pro also supports decentralized exchanges. The wallet features biometric authentication and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) with AES256 encryption. You can also use BIP-32, BIP-44, and BIP-39 features: the last one is for seed generation. 

This cold wallet offers multi-layered security. The technology, called EAL6+ secure component (SE), features AES256 encrypted Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) with various biometric in-app authentications. There are also five processors that control several systems and features. If you are a PoS user, the wallet can also directly support this. So, you can also use this device to earn passive income by staking crypto, for example. Thanks to its thin structure, you can carry it easily, but it needs to be charged once a week. This is the only cold wallet that focuses on decentralized exchanges, and it has lots of “cool” features, hence the name. 


This wallet looks like a traditional USB stick but is considerably larger than other products. The main reason is that it also includes a backup system: KeepKey uses the same offline cold storage technique for public and private keys and can recover data using seeds in case the wallet is lost or damaged.

The wallet is designed to work with the “ShapeShift” exchange platform and supports all cryptocurrencies on that exchange. All software used by the wallet is open source and you can check the code on GitHub if you wish. KeepKey is protected by a PIN code and designed for convenience. It cannot be carried as easily as other wallets, but it draws attention with its unique backup feature.

Ellipal Titan

Ellipal Titan has a special security system called “airwall”. This system isolates the wallet from any surrounding electromagnetic networks. We can say that it works like a kind of Faraday cage, so it is not possible to use the wallet wirelessly. There is a 4-inch touch screen on the wallet, and you can follow all crypto transactions in real time from this screen.

Ellipal Titan is designed for QR codes, not USB or Bluetooth. The airwall security feature we mentioned above blocks all wireless access methods including Wifi, Bluetooth, and cellular. In the event of a possible attack, the wallet can self-destruct. In such a case, it is possible to use a seed code for fund recovery.

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