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January 22, 2018, 12:29:00 AM
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Yes, The bitcoin digital currency is the most secure, If you want to make you bitcoin more secure you must put your password and private key and choosing the best wallet, Remember,Do not share your password and private key to anyone.
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January 22, 2018, 01:07:27 AM
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Currently, bitcoin has become a very safe comparison. But there is no guarantee that a super genius can find a gap in the bitcoin. Digital money is much better than the traditional currency. So I am also very optimistic about digital money, then I joined Bitcoin.
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January 22, 2018, 08:07:12 AM
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On the technical part, yes. Unhackable, no double spending and etc. But on the user/investor/holder part, it's not safe. You still need to use internet to use it and we all known that internet is one of the major tools for hackers.

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January 22, 2018, 08:12:35 AM
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Hello , too

it really really secure and good for us..
iall their system was very good..
if  couldn't make transaction without pin and have to use regular and legal bank with your real name
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January 22, 2018, 10:40:56 AM
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Yes, Bitcoin is secure if you are not careless on giving details to others. Bitcoin trading sites and wallets has a two factor authentication where user is allow to enable or not. When you enable that feature, when you log in it will send a code to your email address that you will need to copy and enter it to the code box for you to access it.
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January 22, 2018, 10:51:47 AM
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Bitcoin is the future. Believe on that
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January 22, 2018, 11:13:54 AM
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It is very safe, if you follow some basic security practices. Keep your keys secret, back them up (preferably in offline storage / paper wallet / hardware wallet), don’t keep all your money in a single wallet, keep all transactions within the blockchain, use multiple signatures in organizations in order to ensure a single person cannot compromise the funds, and have a plan to ensure that relatives can retrieve the money in the event of your death.  Blockchain technologies may well replace many centralized models that are currently used, while volatility in the BTC price provides challenges and opportunities. Bitcoin technology is not anonymous to organizations with enough resources to determine how funds initially entered or exited the Bitcoin network.
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January 22, 2018, 12:36:26 PM
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Hello pals,
Recently I introduced Bitcoin and cryptocurrency to my friends and family,they liked the concept but they asked me a question that I wasn't able to answer.Is Bitcoin really secure?What if a hacker was able to hack Bitcoin system/blockchain?Who manages Bitcoin security and what are the security measures taken to avoid hackers being able to steal Bitcoins?Why Bitcoin is not blocked for those who use it illegally by buying/selling in the deepweb market?What if governements ban Bitcoin because of these people?
I really appreciate if you  guys give me some answers
There are difference between security of bitcoin blockchain and security of our personal wallets. The blockchain is secure as solid  as long as no person finds a way to penetrates the SHA-256 hash function. In the other face of the story, when it comes to personal wallets, it can be stolen in a different ways, and exchanges can also be hacked and it is not that secure.
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January 22, 2018, 01:05:47 PM
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Yes bitcoin is safe,it is not easily hacked by intruders unless you are careless. You must be an authenticated user before it allows you to enter in trading account and wallets.  But of course,sometimes,it depends on us. If we choose the right and strong password,the hacker can't enter our account. But if we do,we're the one to blame because experts made bitcoin secure.
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January 22, 2018, 01:10:09 PM
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I think everything in the internet are not safe. Everything may lose if you do not take good care. So if our bitcoins are lose there is nothing to blame but us.

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January 22, 2018, 01:16:59 PM
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All depends on us, if we arbitrarily create a password would be easy to guess the hackers. Bitcoin is kept anywhere safe as long as we activate the security features and certainly use the original identity so that if there is an easy problem to claim.

If we want to be secure our bitcoin must better to be careful to our self and be secure already.
Because not all the time we always be safe our bitcoin so for me im going to alert all the time it is depend on us also on how to handle our bitcoin we have.

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January 22, 2018, 01:19:51 PM
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I think Bitcoin is really secure, after all, it uses Blockchain technology which makes it really tough to hack unless you're stupid enough, to begin with. I've read some article online that you need a Billion dollar just to hack 1 Bitcoin.
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January 22, 2018, 01:26:02 PM
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Yes, The bitcoin digital currency is the most secure, If you want to make you bitcoin more secure you must put your password and private key and choosing the best wallet, Remember,Do not share your password and private key to anyone.

You are right a decentralized digital currency is a secure payment platform that anybody can use. The safest way is to create password that not related to you. Absolutely never attempt to give or share your private key or password to anybody. 
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January 22, 2018, 01:27:52 PM
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Hello pals,
Recently I introduced Bitcoin and cryptocurrency to my friends and family,they liked the concept but they asked me a question that I wasn't able to answer.Is Bitcoin really secure?What if a hacker was able to hack Bitcoin system/blockchain?Who manages Bitcoin security and what are the security measures taken to avoid hackers being able to steal Bitcoins?Why Bitcoin is not blocked for those who use it illegally by buying/selling in the deepweb market?What if governements ban Bitcoin because of these people?
I really appreciate if you  guys give me some answers
BTC is extremely secure in light of the fact that there are no reports that phony BTC is being created. On the off chance that BTC isn't that secured at that point there would be a shock of supply of BTC. BTC is extremely secure on the grounds that you can set your own secret key even after they have effectively given you a private key. So you need to include both the private key and the secret word to enter your wallet which has twofold security
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January 22, 2018, 01:43:03 PM
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Yes bitcoin is really secure. no one can steal bitcoin, except for our own carelessness. Smiley
The government can not be that easy to ban bitcoin transactions, because bitcoin is the future.

Bitcoin is not safe because its exchanges are online services that lets people buy and sell Bitcoin (and similar cryptocurrencies) using a website or mobile app. Just like other online companies, they can be hacked.
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January 22, 2018, 01:50:31 PM
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January 22, 2018, 01:54:12 PM
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I do not say it's safe because the security depends on the user, if the user is careful then it will be very safe, because there are some of my friends who lost some of their coins because it was hacked and it can happen via unsecured email
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January 22, 2018, 01:56:36 PM
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In my opinion is bitcoin really does safe, because the fact is no one has ever reported were been hacked already, But sometimes we had to take good care our private password not to let somebody knowing that Password
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January 22, 2018, 02:01:36 PM
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Hello pals,
Recently I introduced Bitcoin and cryptocurrency to my friends and family,they liked the concept but they asked me a question that I wasn't able to answer.Is Bitcoin really secure?What if a hacker was able to hack Bitcoin system/blockchain?Who manages Bitcoin security and what are the security measures taken to avoid hackers being able to steal Bitcoins?Why Bitcoin is not blocked for those who use it illegally by buying/selling in the deepweb market?What if governements ban Bitcoin because of these people?
I really appreciate if you  guys give me some answers
I think bitcoin is a secure. If we pull backward, have been stepping for years but not falling and more and more people believe, this shows that bitcoin is secure. I take from the point of view of the customer not from the technical side. Smiley
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January 22, 2018, 02:05:29 PM
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If bitcoin security is what you are worried about I am happy to tell you that bitcoin is secure and safe as hell. It is one of the most secure services/products out in the internet and Stsying anonymous tops it all off. However, neglectfullness and carelessness might be a reason for you to lose bitcoins through theft. So still keep good security for your precious bitcoins.
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