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February 04, 2018, 11:16:31 AM
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Although there are other bitcoin wallets but you can also consider this ones below.

Mycelium

Copay

Armory


Breadwallet

KeepKey Wallet

MultiBit

 AirBitz

Blockchain.info


Trezor Wallet

Ledger Nano S Wallet


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February 04, 2018, 12:10:47 PM
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Can anyone recommend me safest wallet ? some wallet that is having e-mail confirmation protection ?
The safest wallet is a desktop wallet. I recommend that you use Electrum if you want SPV or Armory if you want a full node. Both can be used in the safest manner which is having a dual computer setup, an offline computer and an online one. The offline computer signs the transactions while the online computer is only able to lookup transactions and create the unsigned transaction. Because the online computer doesn't have the private keys, if it gets a virus, the virus can't steal your Bitcoin. The offline computer is unable to connect to the internet so if it somehow gets a virus, then the virus cannot communicate with the attacker to steal your private keys.
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February 04, 2018, 02:02:15 PM
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The safest wallet is a desktop wallet. I recommend that you use Electrum
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February 04, 2018, 02:33:14 PM
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Electronic wallets

Electronic wallets can be downloaded software, or hosted in the cloud. The former is simply a formatted file that lives on your computer or device, that facilitates transactions. Hosted (cloud-based) wallets tend to have a more user-friendly interface, but you will be trusting a third party with your private keys.

Software wallet

Installing a wallet directly on your computer gives you the security that you control your keys. Most have relatively easy configuration, and are free. The disadvantage is that they do require more maintenance in the form of backups. If your computer gets stolen or corrupted and your private keys are not also stored elsewhere, you lose your bitcoin.

They also require greater security precautions. If your computer is hacked and the thief gets a hold of your wallet or your private keys, he also gets hold of your bitcoin.
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February 05, 2018, 01:44:28 PM
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Hard drive wallet is safest way to store your bitcoin at moment. Third party is not able to involve and manipulate. If you have a good amount of bitcoins is better to store in a hard drive wallet. Desktop-wallets and web-wallets all have their pros and cons, they can be hacked.


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