Monday, October 23, 2017

GMGH x PennyWise (Crypto Hardware Wallets)

I understand that it is pretty hard to find information locally, especially since the crypto community is so small, and Singapore is so small too. Since I started my crypto journey, I've joined a local telegram group that talks about crypto and I got to know Jun Yi, the guy behind PennyWise, a local seller of hardware wallets.

I met up with him on one occasion to do a face-to-face deal because I had friends desperate to get their hands on a hardware wallet immediately and he happened to have some in stock. Quick deal, wasn't even 30 seconds!

I'm certain that most of the hardware wallets that the crypto community here is using today has passed through Jun Yi to get into their hands. I'm quite thankful that although crypto is so niche, we have our own local supplier here in SG!

Jun Yi has also written two very good articles on Gemini funding and Gemini withdrawing, which I strongly urge you guys to take a look, rather than emailing me for help. I do what I can, but I'm not Gemini / DBS support! 

Anyway, I have good news to share. I have partnered up with PennyWise to offer readers a very huge steep discount of ONE WHOLE DOLLAR if you key in the "gotmoneygothoney" discount code when checking out your cart.

Sure, it isn't much. But free money, how to complain right? 

As a quick and easy rule of thumb on whether you need to get a hardware wallet:

$0 - $100: exchange wallet without private keys
$100 - $1000: desktop / mobile wallet with private keys
$1000 ++: hardware wallet where you don't even know your private keys

Personally, I've been using the Ledger Nano S to store my crypto. I have no complaints so far. Compared to the Trezor, it seems that the team behind Ledger is more pro-active, especially in adding support for smaller currencies.

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