It’s that time of the year again.

My favourite hardware wallet – Ledger Nano is having a massive sale offer ALL WEEK.

I’ve been using the Ledger devices ever since I got my first Bitcoin and throughout the years they improved their devices so much.
Ledger has been a solid little vault since the early days but the latest model and the upgrades to their firmware made it even better. Gone are the days where we had to choose between only 3 or 4 coins to store, the early Nano S model was having a very limited capacity but with the latest upgrade to its firmware, we can now store up to 10 different coin apps on the device and there are over 1000 to choose from.

What’s even better, the latest model – NANO X can store over 100 and it even has a Bluetooth option to navigate it from your mobile phone on the go – which is what I’m doing most of the time and this has really changed everything for me. I used to store smaller amounts of my coins in cloud wallets just to have the convenience to use them when I’m not at home or on short travels where I don’t carry my laptop with me but since I got the Nano X I don’t have to worry about this anymore, I just sync it with my phone app and I’m able to access all my crypto assets from anywhere – how good is that.

I’ve posted many tutorials on the Ledger devices over the past few years, the latest one was my Start-to-Finish tutorial on how to set up your Nano X device and how to restore it as a previous device – if you have already used a previous one, so make sure you check these out too.

So, if you’ve been eager to get your hands on one of these devices, now is your chance to get them at a great discount all week…

Yes, it’s really a week-long black Friday event and the sales are now ON. Click the banner below or to the right ——>>>
or use this link  to get the discount offer straight from their official website.


Thank me later.

Ledger Nano X - The secure hardware wallet

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How to pay LESS FEES for Bitcoin transactions

How to pay LESS FEES for Bitcoin transactions

Bitcoin fees have been a hot topic for quite some time now. Ever since the first major congestion on the Bitcoin network occurred back in 2016 we have seen many complaints and a hard fork that came out of the ongoing debate regarding scaling and reducing the fees we pay for Bitcoin today. There was a time when Bitcoin’s fees were so minute that many turned to the digital currency for that very reason and naturally, as the digital cash became more and more popular and gained usability, the transactions grew to an all-time high (back in December of 2017) which also created a massive backlog in pending transactions, which subsequently created a competition in approving transactions and caused an insane spike in the fees for these transactions reaching at one point a whopping $60+ (on average) for a transaction.
This was for about a period of a month and a half during the notorious bubble burst post-December. Bitcoin had reached an all-time high not only in value but also in fees and it became very unattractive and costly to use it. Many businesses switched off (temporarily) their BTC payment option (Microsoft was one of the first) and for a moment we were unsure where the future of Bitcoin will lie if it’s no longer used as a payment method but then came the retraction and with it the fees went down very quickly so now we are paying on average $0.70 – $4.00 which is a far cry from the all-time highs. In fact, I pay about $0.07 for most of my transactions and I know how to “edit” or “customise” my fee with the help of Ledger Nano S, Jaxx, Blockchain and Coinomi wallets ( I use all of these).

To help explain how to do this, I recorded a few video tutorials, the process is super-simple, just have a look and stop paying high fees for your Bitcoin transactions, there is no need to. Did you know that someone managed to send more than 100 BTC recently for the fee of $0.06? Crazy right? It’s possible. See how here:

Lastly, check out the Ledger Nano S, it can store a large selection of coins and it’s a definite MUST HAVE. You can see my Tutorial HERE.Ledger Nano S - The secure hardware wallet

How to update your Firmware on Ledger Nano S


Recently the Ledger Nano S, my favourite device for safe, offline Bitcoin storage released an upgrade to their firmware which deals with a security issue that was noticed some time in late 2017. There are other fixes and improvements, so it is a must-do.

I received a lot of requests to make a tutorial about updating your firmware on Ledger Nano S and here it is:

If you don’t have the Ledger Nano S, check it out, it is my top choice for hardware storage for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Stratis, Neo, PIVX and a bunch of other alts.

 To order Ledger Nano S (from the original source) use the link below.

Ledger Nano S - The secure hardware wallet