If you lose your hardware wallet, it is not possible to recover the funds. There are three ways in which this could happen:
- The wallet is lost or stolen.
- The private key is lost or forgotten.
- The device that stores the private key has been destroyed, lost, or stolen.
Losing a hardware wallet is a terrible feeling. You can’t access your cryptocurrency and you don’t know where it is. The good news is that there are ways to recover your hardware wallet if you lose it or forget the passphrase.
It’s a good idea to back up your recovery phrase. It’s the only way to restore your wallet if you lose access to it. If you don’t have a backup, then there is no way to recover the funds stored on the wallet.
If you have the seed recovery phrase, the recovery process can be done with a few steps. You will need to find out which cryptocurrency your wallet supports and then download the software for that particular coin from their website. After downloading the software, you will need to open it and select “restore from seed”. This will restore all of your funds on that specific coin to your new hardware wallet.