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August 18, 2017, 03:40:59 AM
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listen to those who answer you mate its better to keep it inside your secure wallet and wait much prefer to aim for a long term goal and you will see
the fruit of your success bitcoin is not done yet with its current value imagine how dust satoshi will be after 3-5 years from now.

Yeah,  Its not a lost, if i try to store it for a longer time, i cant imagine the price in the future.
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August 18, 2017, 03:45:45 AM
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bitcoins, your comment is very precise what i want to do with my btc. i rather withdraw it and save it to my private keys.
Since you wish to store it, there are paper wallets (as suggested by Kakmakr), you might want to print several copies and better yet, laminate them as paper is prone to wear and tear.

You may also opt to to store your coins to desktop wallets, it's safer than storing them on web wallets and exchanges.
I've been using Electrum, as it's secure and lightweight, easy to use as well.
Go here --> https://electrum.org/#download  and just GOOGLE on how to use it.

Do make sure your computer is clean and secure.

 Thank you for the suggestion, but i already have an acc in Electrum, and yes its safe and secured as you haved said.
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