Want a Free Trezor Wallet?
At Jubiter, we’re giving away a limited number of Trezor hardware wallets to celebrate this year’s Black Friday. Here’s how to get yours!
The first 100 users to buy Bitcoin or Litecoin from Jubiter on Friday, November 27, 2020, will receive a free Trezor One wallet. No minimum purchase is required beyond our standard minimum purchase ($50).
The model that we are giving away is the Trezor One Black, valued at $55.
Simply place an order to win your Trezor wallet. We will contact you to confirm your shipping address, and voila! We will ship your wallet as soon as your order is completed.
What Is A Trezor Wallet?
Trezor is a leading brand of hardware wallets —a type of cryptocurrency wallet that allows you to store your funds offline in “cold storage.”
Trezor wallets are ideal if you want to store large amounts of Bitcoin offline for a long period of time. However, they also allow you to spend your cryptocurrency. You can connect your Trezor wallet to your computer and use it to make Bitcoin purchases, just like with any other crypto wallet.
The best practice is to keep the majority of your Bitcoin in your Trezor wallet, and then transfer small amounts of Bitcoin to your online wallet for spending. This will ensure that your larger Bitcoin holdings are isolated against theft.
Why Buy Bitcoin? What Can I Do with Bitcoin?
Bitcoin prices are on the rise, and the coin has now reached its previous all-time high of over $19,000. Various recent events have generated demand, including Bitcoin’s reward halving event and PayPal’s decision to adopt the coin. That means that Bitcoin is being bought up rapidly, and prices could go even higher if the trend continues.
With your Bitcoin investment, you can choose either to hold onto it to achieve greater gains down the road, resell at a profit, or spend it on various websites.
Disclaimer: information contained herein is provided without considering your personal circumstances, therefore should not be construed as financial advice, investment recommendation or an offer of, or solicitation for, any transactions in cryptocurrencies.