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Author Topic: [vault] vs [savings] vs [checking]  (Read 288 times)
txoomy
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March 21, 2013, 01:59:30 AM
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Here's what I have in the fiat money world...

[vault] = full of gold, diamonds, cash, canned beans (I won't touch this until I retire or civilization collapses)

[savings] = where I keep a few rounds of silver and a small wad of cash (for vacations or emergencies)

[checking] = I only keep enough in there to pay the bills and have a little fun



This is what I'd like to set up, ideally..

[bitcoinVault] = where I'd only deposit btc, not sell

[bitcoinSavings] = where I'd deposit frequently, and sell once and awhile

[bitcoinChecking] = where I'd buy and sell for speculating



Can someone recommend the best way to setup up 3 wallet addresses that would meet my needs?

i.e.

[bitcoinVault] = paper wallet

[bitcoinSavings] = offline secondary laptop

[bitcoinChecking] = encryped Bitcoin Qt wallet connected to the net all day
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