Using a OLED Bonnet Pack on a Raspberry Pi Zero mini PC LiquidEOS has published instructions on how to create an EOS hardware wallet using the small mini PC for a cost of $41. The LiquidEOS-Scatter DIY Hardware Wallet allows you to securely store your EOS. Full instructions are given over on the Medium website together with soldiering instructions and mounting the operating system.
“Advantages of hardware wallets include immunity to computer viruses that steal from software wallets. Also, the private key information will never be exposed to the working system and will be kept safe within the hardware wallet.”
“Secure cold storage of EOS is one of the biggest priorities for the EOS ecosystem right now. So we are thrilled to release this step-by-step guide on building your own EOS hardware wallet. This is the first of many releases by the LiquidEOS team as we build out an EOS R&D hub in Israel, partnering with local teams to accelerate dApp and open-source development on EOS.”
More details on the Raspberry Pi project jump over to the Medium website by following the link below.