The demand for services to support Bitcoin Cash continues to grow. There is a lot of room for improvement, especially with exchanges and wallet providers. KeepKey, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of hardware wallets, now supports BCH. Users need to upgrade to the latest production client. For almost all users, this process should happen automatically once they connect their devices.
Hardware wallet support is a huge boon for every cryptocurrency in the world. While these devices are not that practical, they offer top-notch security. In this day and age, enthusiasts must learn to control their own resources. Using a desktop wallet client or a mobile solution is a good place to start. However, both methods are still not safe. Hardware wallets like KeepKey are an absolute must in the golden era of cryptocurrency. It requires a small investment, but knowing that funds are 100% safe and offline at all times guarantees the cost.
A much needed update for KeepKey users
Especially now that KeepKey supports Bitcoin Cashthings get very interesting. It’s the big “announcement” of the update, but it’s not the only change. Many users who own a KeepKey have wondered if BCH will ever be integrated. The company has taken this feedback to heart. It has been some time since we saw the last KeepKey software update. It seems that the developers have been working on some big changes. The integration of Bitcoin Cash support is a big step forward. Cryptocurrency these days isn’t just about Bitcoin.
Additional changes include overrides for Etherscan API calls. Besides, there are better Shapeshifting Support free of charge. In addition, the user interface has been completely redesigned, which is much more user-friendly for inexperienced KeepKey users. It’s good to see some of these much-needed changes have been made to this popular device. A major software update is exactly what the hardware wallet needs at this point. It will be interesting to see how many Bitcoin Cash users will use KeepKey again in the future.
In addition, the KeepKey wallet software can help users claim their missing BCH as well. Within the software, users can open their BTC account and view the Bitcoin Cash value next to the account balance. Thanks to a small button, other crypto assets can be supported by this wallet. A very nice touch as many users have wondered why they didn’t get this “air dripped” currency. With all of these things behind us, interesting things are going to happen. Last but not least, according to the team, Bitcoin Cash is the only Bitcoin. The regular BTC refers to the SegWit1x chain. An interesting opinion.