Hardware wallets use a form of 2-factor authentication (also known as 2FA). This means that in order to access your funds you’ll need to prove your identity through something you have (the physical wallet) and something you know (the PIN code for the wallet).
0:45 Bitcoin Wallets in a Nutshell
1:40 The process of sending a Bitcoin transaction
3:27 Hardware wallets overview
4:11 How do hardware wallets work?
5:26 The best hardware wallets
5:54 Setting up a Hardware Wallet
6:18 Potential Risks of Hardware Wallets
If you’re serious about Bitcoin and cryptocurrency security in general, you need to get a hardware wallet. The market leaders today are: