It connects to any computer through USB and embeds a built-in OLED display to double-check and confirm each transaction with a single tap on its buttons. Features: × Bech Bech32 is a special address format made possible by SegWit see the feature description for SegWit for more info.
This address format is also known as 'bc1 addresses'. Some bitcoin wallets and services do not yet support sending or receiving to Bech32 addresses. Hardware Wallet × Hardware Wallet: Some wallets can pair and connect to a hardware wallet in addition to being able to send to them.
While sending to a hardware wallet is something most all wallets can do, being able to pair with one is a unique feature. This feature enables you to be able to send and receive directly to and from a hardware wallet.
Legacy Addresses × Legacy Addresses: Most wallets have the ability to send and receive with legacy bitcoin addresses. Legacy addresses start with 1 or 3 as opposed to starting with bc1.
Without legacy address support, you may not be able to receive bitcoin from older wallets or exchanges. Multisig × Multisig: Some wallets have the ability to require more than one key to authorize a transaction.
This can be used to divide responsibility and control over multiple parties. This helps reduce fees paid by helping the Bitcoin network scale and sets the foundation for second layer solutions such as the Lightning Network.