Moshe Hogeg

Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallets: 7 Options for Crypto Owners to Consider

Moshe Hogeg

The market for cryptocurrency hardware wallets is set to become a multimillion industry by 2029. Over the next seven years, it will experience a huge spike in revenue as increasing numbers of crypto owners purchase hardware wallets. But with market hikes come seemingly endless options. 

So, it will no doubt become harder to choose the perfect option. Therefore, Moshe Hogeg reports that cryptocurrency users should consider these seven options below to make the right choice for them. 

Supported Coins

No two wallets were created equally. Therefore, they don’t all support the same types of cryptocurrencies. 

For those who know which currencies to store, it’s an easy decision. But those who are still on the fence should pick the one that works with the broadest coin range.

It’s worth noting that some hardware wallets allow space for specific coin types, but don’t allow the ability to buy, sell, stake, or exchange them. 

Connection Type

Wallets on the lower end of the price scale connect to computers or smartphones using a USB (or USB-C) port.

As they grow more expensive, Bluetooth comes into the mix, and some don’t require connections at all — they scan QR codes with their built-in cameras to provide offline transactions.

One connection type isn’t necessarily better than the other. However, Bluetooth and QR-code scanning are certainly superior for ease and flexibility. 


The majority of crypto hardware wallets currently available come with a small OLED display with buttons to navigate the features. However, some options, like SafePal, come with a larger, colored screen. 

Depending on the user’s wants, they could also choose a Ledger Blue or Trezor T for larger, smartphone-esque touchscreens. 

Design and Aesthetics

The design is the first thing many notice about hardware wallets.

Most of them are discreet, allowing them to blend seamlessly with other everyday items like car keys. That said, others are made to draw attention as they’re constructed from precious metals.

Personal taste plays a major role in choosing an aesthetically pleasing hardware wallet. However, users should also consider the build quality for phenomenal durability and sturdiness.

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Experts recommend purchasing crypto hardware wallets from official sites only. After all, the fewer third parties involved, the better. 

The cheapest options are the Ledger Nano S, SafePal S1, and Trezor One. Those with bigger budgets can consider the Ledger Blue, Trezor T, and Ledger Nano X, which are over $100.

Ease of Use

Most wallets are easy to configure and use. Although, some require paying an additional setup fee.

Ease of use won’t be an issue for crypto owners who have uncomplicated devices or don’t plan to use many features. But those who frequently deal with transactions between different wallet addresses will need extra security measures, making ease of use more pressing. 

Backup Options

Some wallets let owners use private keys, while others necessitate using their services. Since funds can be lost if the device is compromised, owners should think carefully about their hardware’s backup options. 

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Beitar Jerusalem FC News and Highlights

Moshe Hogeg

Despite several months of difficulties, Beitar Jerusalem FC seems to be overcoming recent setbacks, with the team taking on seven new players in recent months. The team has then gone on to win a handful of matches against Hapoel Jerusalem and Sektzia Nes Tziona. Whether Beitar can extend its recent victories is still up for question, but it seems that the team is at a turning point.

With some fresh blood in the mix, owner Moshe Hogeg and fans are hopeful that Beitar Jerusalem FC will be able to compete and restore its reputation as a six-time national champion team. Take a moment to read up on all of the latest news and highlights and discover how Beitar is working to overcome past challenges and become the prize-winning team of Israel.

Beitar Jerusalem FC Picks Up 7 New Transfers

With many fans and sports analysts worrying that the team would be unable to pick up fresh players to compete in the 2022/23 season, these fears have been quashed, though, as the team has successfully managed to recruit six new transfers from Israel and an additional international transfer, Danilo Asprilla, from Colombia.

Asprilla has so far shown that he can help carry the team toward victory, scoring two goals for Beitar against Sektzia Ness Ziona in their September 4th matchup. With Asprilla’s addition to the squad, Beitar Jerusalem fans are more hopeful than ever that their team will make strides to overcome its currently diminished position and claw its way back to the top in the upcoming season.

Asprilla’s contract is set to expire at the end of Jun 30, 2023, however it does come with a renewal offer should he wish to stay with the Israeli national team. Although the team is still working to iron out existing kinks in its gameplay, it’s clear that Beitar has a renewed sense of hope.

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Along With its 3-0 Victory Against Sektzia Ness Ziona, Beitar Also Wins 1-0 Against Hapoel Jerusalem

In what was a close and much-anticipated game, Beitar Jerusalem FC finally came out on top against one of its biggest rivals, Hapoel Jerusalem. The game was a significant win not only because it was against Hapoel, but also because it came after a couple of previous losses to the long-time rival.

With Amit Cohen scoring the only goal of the game in the 59th minute, Beitar’s fans went wild, cheering and celebrating what was a hard-fought victory. This game has given the team the boost of confidence it needs to continue winning and to prove to Israel that Beitar Jerusalem FC is a team to be reckoned with.

Final Thoughts

Although the game against Hapoel Jerusalem was a significant win, Beitar still has a lot to prove in order to make it back to the top. The team’s next game is against Hapoel Hadera, another one of its biggest rivals, on October 8th. Beitar will have to put up a strong fight if it wants to maintain its position in the national ranking and to keep its winning streak alive.

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A New Start for Beitar Jerusalem Football Club

Jerusalem is known for many things, Dome of the Rock, Temple Mount, The Western Wall, and Beitar Jerusalem, Israel’s most popular football club. With a tumultuous history, and accusations of racism from fans, the new ownership has pledged to revitalize the entire culture surrounding the club.

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Since 2018, owner Moshe Hogeg has worked to take the club to new heights. And, with his stance as an antiracism activist, Hogeg has been determined to remove these stains from the team and sidelines. The club’s racist image lead Hogeg to purchase the club four years ago, with hopes of fixing the problem, and not just within the stadium – but globally.

Hogeg has even initiated legal action against fans chanting racist remarks in the stands, citing “damage to the team’s reputation”. With his leadership expertise, deep pockets and a carrot and stick approach, the image of the club has shifted – and anyone who objects to the message of coexistence is not welcome in the stands.

In 2020, Beitar signed a player of Muslim descent, Ali Mohammed. With the signing of an Arab minority in Israel, Hogeg believes that sports clubs can lead by example for the vision of the world. By utilizing the platform, Muslims, Jews, and those of various religious backgrounds working together demonstrates a solid example of teamwork and success.

The First Step

The first step in Beitar Jerusalem’s rescue is a far cry from the steps that the club needs to take to put to bed its questionable past as well as become a real contender in the league.

In 2021, Beitar FC finished the season in 10th place. Over his 4 years in ownership, Hogeg had invested over 120 million NIS into the club. With a focus on branding, and bringing in new players to the club, increasing salaries, and working to secure trust in the team, league, and fans.

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What’s Next

Ultimately, like any other football club owner, rebranding, and increasing visibility and revenue takes precedence. Like the conception of new life from a few specialized cells, many needs must be satisfied in order for a viable organism to present itself.

Beitar is currently looking to fill the coaching spot, with the recent departure of Eli Taviv. During his leadership, Taviv brought the team to their best season in history. Replacing him will surely be a difficult task.

Final Thoughts

Even though Beitar Jerusalem has, at best, a checkered past they are a top-tier football club that can contend with the best of them. They have already started to shake off the performance history that has haunted them for years while bringing new blood into the organization so that, like a ship, they can be steered in the right direction toward a bright future.

Ownership and investments are the first steps in this feat and leadership will need to follow.  Only through this leadership will visibility and ticket sales begin to skyrocket, and when these begin to reach their summit, then and only then will Beitar Jerusalem become the premier FC that the fans know it can be.

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The Latest Crypto News

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Cryptocurrencies and their counterparts are no strangers to scrutiny by international regulators and police agencies like the FBI and Interpol, and this week saw a few of these stories make it into the news cycle.  So, what is Interpol up to and what are they doing after a North Korean national?

Moshe Hogeg reports that the co-founder of South Korean crypto company Terraform Lab, Do Kwon, has made his way to the top of Interpol’s to-do list, with a red notice being issued this earlier this week.  Kwon gained the spotlight after the $40 billion fallout of Terra, and Interpol hasn’t let up in its search.

What Interpol Wants with Do Kwon

North Korean citizen Do Kwon has been under investigation for some time now after the bottom of his failed algorithmic stablecoins “Terra” and “LUNA” fell out.  At the coin’s peak in May, it reached $119 and now rests at a measly $0.00035.

Kwon seemingly fell off the map after his final Tweet where he tried to dissuade the public from the “rumors” that he was on the run from local law enforcement.  He almost poked fun at the idea of the situation stating, “I haven’t gone running in a while, need to cut some calories.”  

It’s not usually a good idea to poke the bear, especially when the bear is the full force of the largest international law enforcement on the planet.

Singaporean officials have since announced that Kwon is nowhere to be found and is likely to be out of the country.  South Korea has petitioned to have his passport canceled in the hopes of limiting his travel, and even without this order, it won’t be easy for him to travel with a red notice hanging over his head.

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Algorithmic Stablecoin

Volatility is a synonymous term when it comes to illustrating the markets that surround trading cryptocurrencies.  This is where algorithmic stablecoins come into play, they are supposed to be tied to fiat currencies like the GBP or USD in order to reduce this volatility for investors.

In this case, Terra’s blockchain tied UST, the stablecoin, to LUNA, which was Terra’s cryptocurrency that backed the stablecoin against the combustible nature of crypto markets.  But when one fell out it meant that investors lost tens of billions of dollars.

Red Notice

If you are a criminal, then a red notice is the last thing that you want to be issued for yourself.  In essence, it is when Interpol asks law enforcement organizations to band together to apprehend an individual at large. These notices last for five years, so if Kwon is guilty of any wrongdoing he has a long road ahead of him before he loses any heat.

Final Thoughts

At this time, it is unclear whether or not Kwon is a guilty man, but his disappearance from the internet and the real world isn’t a good look. 

Only time will tell if he is directly responsible for losing over $40 billion in investor’s money, but what is clear is that money is gone and it isn’t coming back, and someone is going to have to answer for these losses.