Ledger Nano S Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet now £89.99 @ Sold by Ledger Wallet and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Ledger Nano S Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet now £89.99 @ Sold by Ledger Wallet and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 17th Feb
Been out of stock for ages... Now a few on Amazon from ledger themselves been retailing from authorised distros for 199 as stock has been rare.
Now back at 89.99 from leger via Amazon.
Get it quick while you can
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Silhouette17 m ago

I swear by mine. I couldn't justify the extra pounds for the Blue, but for …I swear by mine. I couldn't justify the extra pounds for the Blue, but for anyone serious and the ease of having all of them in one place - it's just that added slice of cold storage security.Plus, you can store ERC20 tokens using MEW.


I'm getting old. I understood none of that.
M0nkeymick4 m ago

You dont need a device like this...its like wireless chargers...an … You dont need a device like this...its like wireless chargers...an utterly pointless invention...they have to be plugged in..so u may as well just plug direct to the phone...crazy world, people will buy anything.



What are you actually on about?!
What do you think debit and credit card transactions are?

I suspect this this is a bit too niche for here, but seems like the best price, so heat from me
I guess cordless kettles are "utterly pointless" then... I mean, you still have to plug the base so why not just plug the whole kettle!?
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Utterly pointless...about the same as having a dream catcher in your bedroom...until Aldi start taking 'virtual' currency I will leave it.
What do you think debit and credit card transactions are?

I suspect this this is a bit too niche for here, but seems like the best price, so heat from me
Markedkiller785 m ago

What do you think debit and credit card transactions are? I suspect this …What do you think debit and credit card transactions are? I suspect this this is a bit too niche for here, but seems like the best price, so heat from me


You dont need a device like this...its like wireless chargers...an utterly pointless invention...they have to be plugged in..so u may as well just plug direct to the phone...crazy world, people will buy anything.
M0nkeymick4 m ago

You dont need a device like this...its like wireless chargers...an … You dont need a device like this...its like wireless chargers...an utterly pointless invention...they have to be plugged in..so u may as well just plug direct to the phone...crazy world, people will buy anything.



What are you actually on about?!
I guess cordless kettles are "utterly pointless" then... I mean, you still have to plug the base so why not just plug the whole kettle!?
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For those looking to go 'all in,' as they say. It's arguable that we haven't even seen the peak yet, could still well be on the left of the curve.

Advice to anyone who is in the market for a HW; buy direct from the manufacturer for gods sake.
M0nkeymick6 m ago

You dont need a device like this...its like wireless chargers...an … You dont need a device like this...its like wireless chargers...an utterly pointless invention...they have to be plugged in..so u may as well just plug direct to the phone...crazy world, people will buy anything.


Encryption is implemented in this wallet, so it isn’t like charger.
Do you use wallet-you can use plastic bag-“crazy world”.
Do you use smartphone-you can use landline-“crazy world”.
Errr...think u totally missed the point..
M0nkeymick25 m ago

You dont need a device like this...its like wireless chargers...an … You dont need a device like this...its like wireless chargers...an utterly pointless invention...they have to be plugged in..so u may as well just plug direct to the phone...crazy world, people will buy anything.


Wireless chargers are actually a great idea, one of the weakest points of a tablet or phone is the charging port so minimising the amount of its use will prolong the life of your device.
Ready made mash potatoe or pre grated cheese on the other hand is madness
I swear by mine. I couldn't justify the extra pounds for the Blue, but for anyone serious and the ease of having all of them in one place - it's just that added slice of cold storage security.

Plus, you can store ERC20 tokens using MEW.
Silhouette17 m ago

I swear by mine. I couldn't justify the extra pounds for the Blue, but for …I swear by mine. I couldn't justify the extra pounds for the Blue, but for anyone serious and the ease of having all of them in one place - it's just that added slice of cold storage security.Plus, you can store ERC20 tokens using MEW.


I'm getting old. I understood none of that.
Silhouette30 m ago

I swear by mine. I couldn't justify the extra pounds for the Blue, but for …I swear by mine. I couldn't justify the extra pounds for the Blue, but for anyone serious and the ease of having all of them in one place - it's just that added slice of cold storage security.Plus, you can store ERC20 tokens using MEW.


The ERC20 compatability is great through MEW - been a Godsend for being able to easily invest in some recent ICOs. It's hard to stress to people enough how important a good hardware wallet can be if you take your security (and funds) seriously.
Edited by: "Kev`" 17th Feb
My neighbour, Mr Ngabuki who is good doctor and helped me with my financial, work and love problems recently says that this is "good deal for mind and wellbeing".

Two ordered and code used for the free bottle of Cobra Oil.
M0nkeymick1 h, 42 m ago

Utterly pointless...about the same as having a dream catcher in your …Utterly pointless...about the same as having a dream catcher in your bedroom...until Aldi start taking 'virtual' currency I will leave it.


Do you even know what this is? And FYI, it won't be long before everywhere can accept virtual currencies as the payment processors are starting to incorporate it.

But hey, fairy dust right... Bit like stocks and shares, only Aldi never will accept them as payment for sure.

Anyway, this is the standard price, it has been much cheaper, but there was no stock for ages. Is it a "deal"? Probably not.

Could save you a fortune though.
Edited by: "TheBlueRaja" 17th Feb
M0nkeymick1 h, 19 m ago

You dont need a device like this...its like wireless chargers...an utterly …You dont need a device like this...its like wireless chargers...an utterly pointless invention...they have to be plugged in..so u may as well just plug direct to the phone...crazy world, people will buy anything.


It's nothing to do with being portable for me (even though it pretty much is, as I always have a USB cable in my laptop bag anyway) - it's for the ease of storage for multiple coins/tokens in one hardware wallet and to ensure the security of funds. I don't understand the comparison between this and a wireless phone charger.
Markedkiller781 h, 28 m ago

What do you think debit and credit card transactions are? I suspect this …What do you think debit and credit card transactions are? I suspect this this is a bit too niche for here, but seems like the best price, so heat from me



i have a few hundred unique serial numbers created using a complicated equation, wanna buy?

'fiat' is backed by the state; its assets, its economy, its resources.
crypto is backed by greed and nothing else. its a ponzi for gamblers.
TheBlueRaja10 m ago

Do you even know what this is? And FYI, it won't be long before everywhere …Do you even know what this is? And FYI, it won't be long before everywhere can accept virtual currencies as the payment processors are starting to incorporate it.But hey, fairy dust right... Bit like stocks and shares, only Aldi never will accept them as payment for sure.Anyway, this is the standard price, it has been much cheaper, but there was no stock for ages. Is it a "deal"? Probably not.Could save you a fortune though.


theyre not currencies. they are at best tokens or vouchers. they are limited by govts who if they want can make them worthless overnight - and will do via banks etc. so question is why havent they as yet - possibly because they want a cashless society and they are allowing innovation until they implement their state backed currencies.
Kev`12 m ago

It's nothing to do with being portable for me (even though it pretty much …It's nothing to do with being portable for me (even though it pretty much is, as I always have a USB cable in my laptop bag anyway) - it's for the ease of storage for multiple coins/tokens in one hardware wallet and to ensure the security of funds. I don't understand the comparison between this and a wireless phone charger.


Kev...i'm just saying...they are both pointless inventions, totally not needed.
Some of the comments on here lol.
I recommend one of these, its better then leaving your crypto on the exhanges.
By the way...i'm selling shares of land on Mars..£100 an acre...if you want some let me know...plan for the future!
You don' understand the concept of the tech do you? It' s pretty essential to the changing streamlining of society. It will save trillions. Fiat is dying ever since its stopped being backed by gold.for retailers I think it will be pretty great there will be a 1% charge instead of a 3% charge like visa. This charge auto converts to lock in the price at the fiat price. So win win for retailer.
As for the ledger buy from main dealer.
mrman0073 m ago

You don' understand the concept of the tech do you? It' s pretty essential …You don' understand the concept of the tech do you? It' s pretty essential to the changing streamlining of society. It will save trillions. Fiat is dying ever since its stopped being backed by gold.for retailers I think it will be pretty great there will be a 1% charge instead of a 3% charge like visa. This charge auto converts to lock in the price at the fiat price. So win win for retailer. As for the ledger buy from main dealer.


LOL...save trillions...if one person is saving trillions, who is losing it?
M0nkeymick5 m ago

By the way...i'm selling shares of land on Mars..£100 an acre...if you …By the way...i'm selling shares of land on Mars..£100 an acre...if you want some let me know...plan for the future!


Do you accept Bitcoin? Ill have 10 acres.
I purchased some Bitcoin at $102 a coin and sold some for just under $20000 a coin. And still have some lol
Edited by: "Smadmad" 17th Feb
Im loving this chat with some acronym loving futureheads...so far , i've not been fooled(converted)
M0nkeymick9 m ago

LOL...save trillions...if one person is saving trillions, who is losing it?


People are. We live a debt system. The tech can be applied to say a shipping company. Executing smart contracts speeds the whole process up and we don't have 1000's of tons of food that comes into the country being thrown away due to have being held up in transportation . Just one point example.
Edited by: "mrman007" 17th Feb
cmncomp55 m ago

I'm getting old. I understood none of that.



it erc20 is a way of authorising the selling-buying-trading of a variety of 'assets' using ethereum (crypto) blockchain
mrman00715 m ago

You don' understand the concept of the tech do you? It' s pretty essential …You don' understand the concept of the tech do you? It' s pretty essential to the changing streamlining of society. It will save trillions. Fiat is dying ever since its stopped being backed by gold.for retailers I think it will be pretty great there will be a 1% charge instead of a 3% charge like visa. This charge auto converts to lock in the price at the fiat price. So win win for retailer. As for the ledger buy from main dealer.



fiat is backed by the nation state - all of its assets/economy etc .
crypto is backed by faith.
mrman0077 m ago

People are. We live a debt system. The tech can be applied to say a …People are. We live a debt system. The tech can be applied to say a shipping company. Executing smart contracts speeds the whole process up and we don't have 1000's of tons of food that comes into the country being thrown away due to have being held up in transportation . Just one point example.



you are confusing blockchain with pretend currencies. they are very different.
wendy074 m ago

fiat is backed by the nation state - all of its assets/economy etc …fiat is backed by the nation state - all of its assets/economy etc .crypto is backed by faith.


What do you think blockchain is doing?
Smadmad24 m ago

Do you accept Bitcoin? Ill have 10 acres.I purchased some Bitcoin at $102 …Do you accept Bitcoin? Ill have 10 acres.I purchased some Bitcoin at $102 a coin and sold some for just under $20000 a coin. And still have some lol



someone 'bought' your bitcoin at $20k and are now holding at around ~$8k.
Edited by: "wendy07" 17th Feb
wendy078 m ago

fiat is backed by the nation state - all of its assets/economy etc …fiat is backed by the nation state - all of its assets/economy etc .crypto is backed by faith.


You do realise many major banks such as Barclays and Santander all run their payment systems using blockchain technology now, and are developing it further as we speak, right?
mrman00717th Feb

What do you think blockchain is doing?



its not the nation state.
blockchain is solely a means to track faithfully (maintaining integrity of process) any transaction. nothing more.
Kev`2 m ago

You do realise many major banks such as Barclays and Santander all run …You do realise many major banks such as Barclays and Santander all run their payment systems using blockchain technology now, and are developing it further as we speak, right?


blockchain is the protocol it is not the crypto. understand the difference. blockchain can be used in any thing that requires a means of keeping the integrity of any type of (multiple) transactions.
No that was a terrible thing to happen. It was pumped be media and alot people lost alot of money. I have been a long time watcher of this tech. I think people were worried about how quickly the growth was. Very unhealthy. I'm glad Facebook have stopped putting ads up.
wendy072 m ago

blockchain is the protocol it is not the crypto. understand the …blockchain is the protocol it is not the crypto. understand the difference. blockchain can be used in any thing that requires a means of keeping the integrity of any type of (multiple) transactions.


I understand the difference, I work for one of the largest cryptocurrency companies in the world. Blockchain technology being used in these scenarios benefits the tokens as a whole. There is no blockchain without store of value or mining/gas to power it.
M0nkeymick37 m ago

Kev...i'm just saying...they are both pointless inventions, totally not …Kev...i'm just saying...they are both pointless inventions, totally not needed.


Just because it's not something you require doesn't make it pointless. I use mine on a weekly basis and find it very useful to keep my various ERC20 tokens and cryptocurrencies together on a portable hardware wallet.
wendy079 m ago

someone 'bought' your bitcoin at $20k and are now holding at around ~$8k.


Yes I sold 8 coins.
Bitcoin is making a slow recovery its up to $10700. I have seen it dip by a higher percentage then its last drop but always recovers. It will surpass its peak of $20k that's why I didn't sell all my Bitcoin.
Kev`6 m ago

I understand the difference, I work for one of the largest cryptocurrency …I understand the difference, I work for one of the largest cryptocurrency companies in the world. Blockchain technology being used in these scenarios benefits the tokens as a whole. There is no blockchain without store of value or mining/gas to power it.



there is no need for a 'store of value' other than it being a record of transactions and a means to facilitating those transactions. that is its 'store of value'.

'tokens' using blockchain is just a way of making transactions transparent and maintaining integrity.

mining crypto isnt a store of value.
Kev`6 m ago

I understand the difference, I work for one of the largest cryptocurrency …I understand the difference, I work for one of the largest cryptocurrency companies in the world. Blockchain technology being used in these scenarios benefits the tokens as a whole. There is no blockchain without store of value or mining/gas to power it.


Who do you work for?
Smadmad9 m ago

Yes I sold 8 coins.Bitcoin is making a slow recovery its up to $10700. I …Yes I sold 8 coins.Bitcoin is making a slow recovery its up to $10700. I have seen it dip by a higher percentage then its last drop but always recovers. It will surpass its peak of $20k that's why I didn't sell all my Bitcoin.



i think you missed my point. it wasnt about you. early adopters in any ponzi always do well. its those who jump in on the hype - later - who lose - and its those who jump in later who make a few early adopters very rich.

btw i hope you pay your taxes on these gains in accordance with uk laws.
Edited by: "wendy07" 17th Feb
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