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August 31, 2017, 01:03:52 PM
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So, here i am again. Thank everyone who replied me in the previous topics, but i guess i have one last question: what wallet should i use? There are some good and some bad reviews about all the wallets i looked for, such as BlockChain wallet or bittrex. Which should i use? I am from italy but i'm in Austria now, just in case there are any differences between countries. Thank you again!
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August 31, 2017, 01:08:50 PM
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if I am in Indonesia, I use my wallet etherwallet (MEW), it's just my suggestion, the rest is up to you want to use which wallet, if I yes it uses the wallet MEW

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August 31, 2017, 01:15:29 PM
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So, here i am again. Thank everyone who replied me in the previous topics, but i guess i have one last question: what wallet should i use? There are some good and some bad reviews about all the wallets i looked for, such as BlockChain wallet or bittrex. Which should i use? I am from italy but i'm in Austria now, just in case there are any differences between countries. Thank you again!

Bad reviews about BlockChain wallet? well there are some ups and down towards everything in the system and this type of things are just human made so there always have a glitch in it and per say there is no perfect web wallet out there but just try one if you are still starting to invest with bitcoin, because the more secure wallet are the ones that are offline and that is the hardware ones.

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August 31, 2017, 01:22:15 PM
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So, here i am again. Thank everyone who replied me in the previous topics, but i guess i have one last question: what wallet should i use? There are some good and some bad reviews about all the wallets i looked for, such as BlockChain wallet or bittrex. Which should i use? I am from italy but i'm in Austria now, just in case there are any differences between countries. Thank you again!
Wallet is an online application in where you can keep your bitcoins .The best bitcoin wallet that I know is the coins.ph.Coins.ph can able your bitcoin to grow with your transactions such paying transactions and buying load.

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August 31, 2017, 01:22:53 PM
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So, here i am again. Thank everyone who replied me in the previous topics, but i guess i have one last question: what wallet should i use? There are some good and some bad reviews about all the wallets i looked for, such as BlockChain wallet or bittrex. Which should i use? I am from italy but i'm in Austria now, just in case there are any differences between countries. Thank you again!

Try to use electrum wallet never I experienced something wrong with that wallet it has a freeze option where you can hold your coins for a very long time.
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August 31, 2017, 01:23:06 PM
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So, here i am again. Thank everyone who replied me in the previous topics, but i guess i have one last question: what wallet should i use? There are some good and some bad reviews about all the wallets i looked for, such as BlockChain wallet or bittrex. Which should i use? I am from italy but i'm in Austria now, just in case there are any differences between countries. Thank you again!

Bittrex is not a wallet, it's an exchange. You shouldn't keep much on the exchange unless you are trading regularly.

If you want to control your private keys then you should use either Bitcoin Core or Electrum. Bitcoin Core requires you to download the whole transaction history (synchronisation may take 3 days). Electrum is lightweight, you just connect to the node which synchronises by itself. The only disadvantage is that you have to secure your private keys.

Also you can use hardware wallet which is one of the safest methods to keep your coins safe but it's definitely the most expensive. Alternatively you can go with a paper wallet but it's less convenient to use.

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August 31, 2017, 01:23:23 PM
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Most bitcoin wallet works fine since they don't check nationality, unless you talk about centralized bitcoin wallet such as Coinbase/Xapo. I strongly recommend Electrum for desktop/notebook and Mycelium for android device.
Both of them works well, easy to use, have good security (as long as you use strong password and have clean device) and obviously works anywhere as long as you have internet connection.

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August 31, 2017, 01:25:43 PM
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So, here i am again. Thank everyone who replied me in the previous topics, but i guess i have one last question: what wallet should i use?
if you want to be successful you really need to learn to search. these things which are pretty basic are already answered a lot better than what i can tell you in one comment.
an example: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1631151.0
and if you searched and read some stuff and you still had doubts we are more than happy to help you with those doubts.

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There are some good and some bad reviews about all the wallets i looked for, such as BlockChain wallet or bittrex.
bittrex is not a wallet. it is an exchange where you can go to trade different cryptocurrencies.

blockchain is chain of blocks Wink
blockchain.info is a web wallet. and it is not good because it is online and still somehow relying on a third party even if they say they don't have access to your private keys.

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Which should i use?
read that link and do some search on google.

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I am from italy but i'm in Austria now, just in case there are any differences between countries. Thank you again!
that does't make any difference when choosing a bitcoin wallet.

there are some services that are not exactly wallets but offer the functionality of a wallet such as web wallets like coinbase. that is different and not recommended as a wallet.














 

 

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August 31, 2017, 01:28:15 PM
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Coinomi Wallet is a good wallet its a beta wallet but i use it.


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August 31, 2017, 01:31:11 PM
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So, here i am again. Thank everyone who replied me in the previous topics, but i guess i have one last question: what wallet should i use? There are some good and some bad reviews about all the wallets i looked for, such as BlockChain wallet or bittrex. Which should i use? I am from italy but i'm in Austria now, just in case there are any differences between countries. Thank you again!

You have to define what type of wallet is good for you. As you know there are different types and it depends on people preferences, convenience, etc. For example, someone may prefers to use an android wallet, while someone else doesn't even know how to use Android. In the same way, someone may prefers a web based wallet but someone else won't use any as he doesn't have access to private keys.
You need to know what are the different types of wallets existing (paper, web based, client, etc) and see what fit your needs. Don't be afraid to try multiple wallets to give you a better idea about the product.

if I am in Indonesia, I use my wallet etherwallet (MEW), it's just my suggestion, the rest is up to you want to use which wallet, if I yes it uses the wallet MEW

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August 31, 2017, 01:31:29 PM
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I think it depends on a few things.  How secure do you want it to be? Do you care if its online or paper wallet?  Do you just want the ability to purchase/collect BTC?  

I personally use coinbase and really enjoy it, very nice UI and lots of support people to help if you have problems, plus offers LTC and ETH
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August 31, 2017, 01:35:00 PM
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So, here i am again. Thank everyone who replied me in the previous topics, but i guess i have one last question: what wallet should i use? There are some good and some bad reviews about all the wallets i looked for, such as BlockChain wallet or bittrex. Which should i use? I am from italy but i'm in Austria now, just in case there are any differences between countries. Thank you again!

I am a satisfied user of Bittrex right but it is more of an exchange rather than a wallet. As to wallet service, I have an account in CoinPayments.net and it is serving me well...it has also many merchants using their platform so paying can be a breeze. However, locally we also have a famous wallet service where Bitcoin cane easily be converted to the local money and can easily be transferred by many means to our hands.

There are many good wallet service providers around and you also have to remember that negative reviews can still be possible even if the site is actually doing good as it is impossible to satisfy all people. Just look around and find one that can be good for your needs and situation.
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August 31, 2017, 01:35:56 PM
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Use Electrum and save your 12 seed words in a usb which you will always keep with you. Doing so it isn't really important where you are , you can install Electrum whenever you are and restore it with your 12 seed words. This way you can use a secure bitcoin wallet wherever you are, in your hometown or in a distant country.

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August 31, 2017, 01:41:08 PM
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im using many wallet when im join this "world" hahaha, i use blockchain, xapo, coinbase, and many other but i love blockchain because its easy to use and you can make or import any address free, i think web based wallet is the best way right now, you can access anytime if you connect in internet

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August 31, 2017, 01:41:47 PM
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Use Electrum and save your 12 seed words in a usb which you will always keep with you. Doing so it isn't really important where you are , you can install Electrum whenever you are and restore it with your 12 seed words. This way you can use a secure bitcoin wallet wherever you are, in your hometown or in a distant country.

That's not a good idea. Even if you will carry it with yourself everywhere, you can still lose it or damage it by accident. It would be safer to encrypt USB and put it in a secure place.

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August 31, 2017, 01:46:36 PM
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So, here i am again. Thank everyone who replied me in the previous topics, but i guess i have one last question: what wallet should i use? There are some good and some bad reviews about all the wallets i looked for, such as BlockChain wallet or bittrex. Which should i use? I am from italy but i'm in Austria now, just in case there are any differences between countries. Thank you again!

I would highly advise picking up a hardware wallet in a Trezor or Ledger S. As with most people who get into crypto you inevitably end up wanting the most security for your funds.

This would be the best route all round to hold your crypto

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August 31, 2017, 01:48:04 PM
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Use Electrum and save your 12 seed words in a usb which you will always keep with you. Doing so it isn't really important where you are , you can install Electrum whenever you are and restore it with your 12 seed words. This way you can use a secure bitcoin wallet wherever you are, in your hometown or in a distant country.

That's not a good idea. Even if you will carry it with yourself everywhere, you can still lose it or damage it by accident. It would be safer to encrypt USB and put it in a secure place.

You can use an encrypted wallet.dat file and send it to some of your email adresses. This way you can access your wallets from everywhere.

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August 31, 2017, 01:50:07 PM
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So, here i am again. Thank everyone who replied me in the previous topics, but i guess i have one last question: what wallet should i use? There are some good and some bad reviews about all the wallets i looked for, such as BlockChain wallet or bittrex. Which should i use? I am from italy but i'm in Austria now, just in case there are any differences between countries. Thank you again!

Every wallet allowing you to export your private keys, is generally good. Blockchain wallet don't support this option actually, but it still safe and secured. However it is better to use offline wallets like Electrum..

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August 31, 2017, 02:22:53 PM
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Technically, you don't need a wallet of any specific country to send and receive Bitcoin. If you are using domestic exchange then it helps you to cash in and cash out Bitcoins using domestic payment method which is usually faster.

Now coming back to your topic, I am using Blockchain.info since 2014 and never had any issues with them (yes, I have read negative reviews too but never experienced any). It is generally not recommended to use any web wallet or exchange if you are going to hold your Bitcoins for the long term. If you want to transact your Bitcoins more frequently then, in that case, web wallets are convenient to use.

You can use hardware wallet or securely generated paper wallet as cold storage to hold your Bitcoins for the long term.

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Well it is depend on what you are going to put on that wallet and also what cryptocurrency that it supports. That is how you will choose a wallet. Blockchain wallet has good reviews anyway.

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