Earn passive income from exchanges, and store your assets on high-security hardware wallets.

My series of articles, about crypto-related stuffs, what i find while discover the cryptoverse! If you are interested about crypto, you can enjoy my digest!

Have you read @Kingscrown ‘s ebook about the passive crypto income guide? If you didn’t, i suggest to you, do it πŸ™‚

This article is more teaser, less review, if you are interested, you have to follow one of the most important rules in cryptoverse: do your own study!

The exchanges here, they are relatively new and small companies, and this mean, the risk is extrem high, higher than usual. We can be sure (almost), Binance doesn’t want to do an exit-scam, but in case of these exchanges, this is an “open question”. So, i write, what you can read there, what i can read there, what they say there, and you have to do your own investigation, and make your own decision.

1:

Coss

There is some exchanges, what have chosen the cool method to pick up (and hold) new users: they share their income from fees, with the holders of own exchangetoken. Most of the case, the rate is 50%, what mean, when the daily trading fee is 5 btc, they give to the users 2.5 btc, depend of the holdings stake, of course.

This is the method of Coss’s too. As they write, if you hold the COSS token, you get share the daily income, and dont have to do for it nothing, just hold the tokens.

2:
Graviex

Same method. When you have GIO tokens, you get the share in GIO and BTC. So next to the daily income, if you have GIO, your amount is increased day by day. Hm, in extrem-long term, this doesn’t seem sustainable πŸ˜€

3:
FlypMe

FYP token = income. Other feature: this exchange is an account-less platform, dont need to registration for using, and same time, the trades are instants.

4:
SatoWallet

Wallet-program with inbuilt exchange and staking support in case of some coins.

And as you can read: “you can buy satowallet shares which give you 40% of trading fees made by Satowallet”, but i think, the 40% go to the ALL shareholders, sum-total πŸ™‚

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The Ledger company in 2017, sold 1 million hardware wallet. The experts calculated, approximately a 40 million people have any crypto right now.

Now you see the 39 million (and growing) niche? πŸ™‚

Some company saw this, and the competitors has arrived.

1:
Blockchain Lockbox

Another pimped pendrive as hardware wallet, with contribution of the Ledger company. Windows, Linux, IOs and Chromium support, and need the Chrome browser next to a USB-port. Simple, effective.

2:
BitFreezer

Average offline hardware wallet, but at least, doesn’t seem a pendrive πŸ™‚

3:
AsicVault

More layers of encryption.

More buttons.

More blue.

More creativity from designers. I like it.

4:
Archos Safe

Number two round player. It’s the same offer as the others, superduper offline encrypted safe technology wallet (i don’t know more buzzwords in this topic) for coin-storage.

Then it’s just your personal taste can decide the issue, to which one would like to buy it.

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Notice: originally published by me, on Busy.

The pictures are screenshots, and are from the official pages. Source of the featured image.

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