Digital hardware wallets tend to be multi-coin in general meaning that if you so choose you can also store other coins on them depending on memory and software support. Digital wallets tend to offer more flexibility as far as the number and type of coins you can use. They also can be reset if need be and used as a way to more securely interact with a PC wallet. The better choice if you plan to use your coins somewhat often.
There are also Analog hardware wallets which are usually a piece of metal that you permanently and physically change the material with your seed phrase. Analog wallets offer the advantage of being able to survive water and fire damage etc. Analog wallets are usually only good for one coin type at a time, can not be reused if they need to be stamped or etched but are 100% safe from hackers and middleware. If you plan to have a “cold storage” option, like long term savings of coins you do not plan to touch for years, an analog wallet is the safer bet despite the inconvenience.
Satochip is a simple hardware wallet utilizing already standard credit card technology and it is also open source! Satochip also accepts BCH.
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