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July 29, 2017, 04:00:00 PM
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I have a ledger, which is great and dandy, but I wish there was one program either on pc or a actual hardware device that can store coins such as PPC, NMC (I know keep does but that's all I would use it for), STR, NXT, etc.  After the recent btce nightmare, I withdrew over half my funds from polo.  I would like to still trade but keep my coins for the alts off the exchanges.  I have no idea what is best though anymore..
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July 29, 2017, 04:14:18 PM
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I have a ledger, which is great and dandy, but I wish there was one program either on pc or a actual hardware device that can store coins such as PPC, NMC (I know keep does but that's all I would use it for), STR, NXT, etc.  After the recent btce nightmare, I withdrew over half my funds from polo.  I would like to still trade but keep my coins for the alts off the exchanges.  I have no idea what is best though anymore..
Try waveswallet or MyEtherWallet for your alt-coin or tokens,
That is what I am using for my alt-coin hope you might like it too.

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July 29, 2017, 05:14:38 PM
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I have a ledger, which is great and dandy, but I wish there was one program either on pc or a actual hardware device that can store coins such as PPC, NMC (I know keep does but that's all I would use it for), STR, NXT, etc.  After the recent btce nightmare, I withdrew over half my funds from polo.  I would like to still trade but keep my coins for the alts off the exchanges.  I have no idea what is best though anymore..
Try waveswallet or MyEtherWallet for your alt-coin or tokens,
That is what I am using for my alt-coin hope you might like it too.

I search and a couple results come up.  Which one is the authentic website and what coins do they support?
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July 29, 2017, 05:25:42 PM
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I have a ledger, which is great and dandy, but I wish there was one program either on pc or a actual hardware device that can store coins such as PPC, NMC (I know keep does but that's all I would use it for), STR, NXT, etc.  After the recent btce nightmare, I withdrew over half my funds from polo.  I would like to still trade but keep my coins for the alts off the exchanges.  I have no idea what is best though anymore..
Try waveswallet or MyEtherWallet for your alt-coin or tokens,
That is what I am using for my alt-coin hope you might like it too.

I search and a couple results come up.  Which one is the authentic website and what coins do they support?
Is there any valid reason why you would want to use a Hardware wallet opposed to just downloading a free wallet from the Altcoins website? A desktop wallet is much safer than trying to use a Hardware wallet that can eventually turn offline and allow you to lose every coin that you have on it.

Ledger is nice for a little bit though if you just have a regular desktop wallet you could have more money to invest in certain Altcoins that you think will go up in price instead of putting money into a Hardware wallet and pay for shipping on it too.

 
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July 29, 2017, 05:29:47 PM
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You can go with quite easier solution, jaxx is out there where  you can store almost all of the top trading altcoins including ETH, ETC, LTC and many more. Try them and actually they are safer than any web wallets or exchanges out there because it don't store any of your wallet details online.
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July 29, 2017, 05:31:14 PM
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if you mean is ethereum, i am using imToken application and its perfect for ethereum.
you have your own private key and you can create multiple unlimited wallets with it.
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July 29, 2017, 05:47:15 PM
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You can go with quite easier solution, jaxx is out there where  you can store almost all of the top trading altcoins including ETH, ETC, LTC and many more. Try them and actually they are safer than any web wallets or exchanges out there because it don't store any of your wallet details online.

Jaxx does not support nmc, ppc, nxt, or any of the small ones.
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July 29, 2017, 06:02:56 PM
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Basically I want to know what is safest to store that I ACTUALLY have the coins in my possession.  I use ledger nano for my zcash and btc.  But I do not know what to do for ppc, nmc, nxt, and str which I trade a lot of but since these exchanges are up in arms thanks to the us government I don't trust keeping the coins on there anymore.  I want to be able to actually have the ppc, nmc, nxt, and str coins IN MY POSSESSION in case a exchange goes down and what not.  I lost 5k in ppc and nmc on btce, I am not willing to loose actual large sums of money on other exchanges.
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July 29, 2017, 10:28:06 PM
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my favorite wallet myetherwallet i use it for tokens ERC-20.

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July 29, 2017, 11:06:31 PM
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Since you know already ledger nano s i think jaxxx wallet is one but base on other people experience about the wallet i think its not a good idea to save your altcoin for me i can say that official wallet is the best choice to save your altcoin instead of finding a 3rd party software..
to save your altcoin that i think its not safe if you save it in not trusted wallet..



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July 29, 2017, 11:20:45 PM
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You can go with quite easier solution, jaxx is out there where  you can store almost all of the top trading altcoins including ETH, ETC, LTC and many more. Try them and actually they are safer than any web wallets or exchanges out there because it don't store any of your wallet details online.

Jaxx does not support nmc, ppc, nxt, or any of the small ones.

For all these small wallets you should use the wallets provided by the dev's to secure or if you don't have a plans to hold for long then can keep in exchange as well. But if you have a huge amount of coins then it is not good to keep in exchanges. I don't hold any of these three coins but most of my altcoins I use whatever wallets provided each altcoin dev's.
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July 30, 2017, 03:55:01 AM
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I have tried the str "stellar" desktop wallet.  All I ever get is errors and no one seems to use it for some reason.  Which doesn't make me feel good
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July 30, 2017, 05:24:07 AM
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I have a ledger, which is great and dandy, but I wish there was one program either on pc or a actual hardware device that can store coins such as PPC, NMC (I know keep does but that's all I would use it for), STR, NXT, etc.  After the recent btce nightmare, I withdrew over half my funds from polo.  I would like to still trade but keep my coins for the alts off the exchanges.  I have no idea what is best though anymore..
Most wallets can be updated threw a USB connection to add new Coin wallets, It might not support the coin your want but if they grow in popularity they will add them to the firmware.
If I had to recommend a hardware wallet the Nano ledger S is great for the price and has served me well.

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July 30, 2017, 05:53:06 AM
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Trezor makes a good hardware wallet. I'm not sure about what altcoins they support.
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July 30, 2017, 06:08:18 AM
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Trezor makes a good hardware wallet. I'm not sure about what altcoins they support.
Trezor is the best ever in my opinion. https://blog.trezor.io/multi-currency-support-bitcoin-dash-and-zcash-in-trezor-wallet-7377d812112a?gi=665dc46e6735
It has supported a lot of kind of crypto.

All of erc20 token, ethereum, dash, monero and many more.

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July 30, 2017, 06:14:20 AM
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As an hardware wallet ledger nano s is the best now. You can buy it before thinking, storing tokens on my ether wallet may be good but I think ledger will allow it? Im not sure about it though and there are some mobile wallets which you can store lots of altcoins like peercoin and many trash coins in it.
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July 30, 2017, 06:19:00 AM
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I have a ledger, which is great and dandy, but I wish there was one program either on pc or a actual hardware device that can store coins such as PPC, NMC (I know keep does but that's all I would use it for), STR, NXT, etc.  After the recent btce nightmare, I withdrew over half my funds from polo.  I would like to still trade but keep my coins for the alts off the exchanges.  I have no idea what is best though anymore..
Best choice is have a good Hard Drive as SSD or HDD (if can't always provide electricity for PC) for keep your coin, then use wallet from devs the coin you want keep. Because not have wallet better than offical wallet from homepage this coin.

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July 30, 2017, 06:43:23 AM
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Trezor and Ledger Nano S are the best options available on the market right now.

The KeepKey is nice but out of stock.
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July 30, 2017, 02:23:46 PM
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I have the ledger nano s.  I am looking for something that supports the alt coins.  I even emailed ledger and they said they do not intend to carry ppc, nxt, nmc, or str in the future.
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July 30, 2017, 02:48:19 PM
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I haven’t seen one device that can account for all crypto. However, Ledger seems to be the quickest to adopt popular coins. So, I think that you are in a good spot. You, may however have to download individual wallets of the ones which are not supported.
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