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Update: 2017-06-11 Available hardware wallets for Ethereum (in alphabetical order): Digital Bitbox KeepKey (now out of beta) Ledger Blue Ledger Nano S Trezor (in beta, see this answer for details)


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Ledger started shipping the Nano S Ether hardware wallet the last week of July 2016. Works for ETH, ETC and bitcoin at a cost of $65.


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There is no dedicated and fully supported hardware wallet for Ethereum. There have been three announcements made so far: Troth by Digix A hardware wallet by Jaxx.io by end of 2016 Ledger Blue to be shipped later the year (an announcement about a demo Ethereum app BOLOS - the operating system it runs) It isn't trivial, but not that complicated to include ...


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Trezor is a popular hardware wallet that supports Bitcoin and other alt coins Troth is on the way Troth is an Ethereum hardware vault for safely storing your Ether and Ethereum based tokens. We are looking at the end of March / Early April for the first working prototype. Troth is a Raspberry PI within, complete with a Touchscreen and 5mb camera ...


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geth JavaScript Version The following geth JavaScript will list a block of accounts, both used and unused, from your Ledger Nano S: // ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- // List accounts from the Ledger Nano S // // (c) BokkyPooBah - Aug 13 2017. The MIT Licence. // -------------------------------------------------...


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The passphrase is not limited to the 2048 words list, it could be anything, any string.


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Your address/private key pair will work regardless of which network you are connected to. You can just use your account on ETH as if you were on ETC. This is of course assuming the Ethers and the transaction is on ETH.


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At the moment available ETH hardware wallets are Trezor KeepKey Ledger Blue & Nano S Find more details here.


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UPDATE: truffle-hd-wallet provider has been depreacted: https://www.npmjs.com/package/truffle-hdwallet-provider Instead use @truffle/hdwallet-provider: https://www.npmjs.com/package/@truffle/hdwallet-provider After this @truffle/hdwallet-provider will be successfully installed - then reference in required file as follows: var HDWalletProvider = require("...


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Try installing truffle-hdwallet-provider like this in the console (same location from where you're deploying): npm install truffle-hdwallet-provider Good Luck!


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Have you tried navigating to Settings in your Ledger and setting the Browser Support to "Yes"? This is usually set to "No" by default.


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