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August 31, 2017, 02:33:39 PM
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Actually, yes, i may need an Android wallet that allows me an easy access from my phone
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August 31, 2017, 02:34:27 PM
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Bittrex is not a wallet but an exchange site but there are some who use it as a wallet, anyways it depends on what type or kind of wallet you are looking for but if you ask me I'd rather have a hardwallet because its the safest of them all, examples of which are Ledger and Trezor.

   
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September 01, 2017, 01:56:26 AM
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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!

There are several types of wallets that you can use:

Desktop Wallets
This Bitcoin wallet, using the software (software) wallet that must be installed on your own computer. With this software, users hold full control over their own Bitcoin purses. Bitcoin wallet software is already available in various platforms, such as Windows, Linux, and mac. Here are all kinds of software that can be used on your computer.
Bitcoin-QT
Multibit
Electrum

Mobile wallets
This Mobile Wallet, is a downloadable app on the phone, so it can be used anywhere on the phone or smartphone.
Bitcoin Wallet (Android)
Bitcoin Wallet (Blackberry)
Blockchain for the iPhone (hybrid mobile + web wallet)
Coinbase iPhone & Android (hybrid mobile + web wallet)

Online Wallets
wallet stored on a third-party server, a company that provides bitcoin storage services. Using web wallet means entrusting bitcoin to others.
Coinbase
Circle
Strongcoin
Blockchain

Hardware Wallets
This Bitcoin wallet, is a Bitcoin wallet with a hardware form that works just like a typical Bitcoin wallet. This hardware, made by a certain company, and until now there are many kinds of devices that are already available in the market. Here are some kinds of Bitcoin wallet hardware:
Trezor hardware wallet
Ledger USB wallet
KeepKey

Paper Wallets
The Bitcoin wallet in this form, is a Bitcoin wallet printed on paper or other physical media, including in the form of cards. Paper wallets are safer against digital theft like hacking, however, because of their physical form, making paper wallets more vulnerable to physical breakdowns.

So please choose your favorite wallet.
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September 01, 2017, 02:06:23 AM
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If you're just starting out a mobile wallet would be a good choice. I've been using Mycelium for years and it hasn't failed me, backups have worked, etc. For large amounts, I still recommend cold/offline storage (paper/metal wallet).

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September 01, 2017, 02:44:49 AM
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I prefer to use blockchain, because so far I use blockchain does not have any constraints at all, and certainly is how to withdraw its funds can be done and we do not really need a long time in the process of withdrawal of funds  Grin

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September 01, 2017, 02:53:52 AM
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I think blockchain wallet is best for bitcoin.
Even i am also using blockchain wallet. I have no idea about bittrex.
Beacause i don't use it. Country is not fact for using bitcoin wallet.

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September 01, 2017, 03:01:43 AM
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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.

Yes, it's a good wallet but I know not to be able to use another country. Because it is only available in phillipines and thailand. And if you really want your bitcoins to be safe it's best to find a Wallet that you can handle your private keys. Because coins.ph are a 3rd party and they do not provide your private keys. They may also ban our accounts if we violate their policies. And it will be harder for our BTC to withdraw

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September 01, 2017, 03:13:40 AM
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Bittrex is an Exchange site, It isn't a wallet.
use that wallet who provides a private key for you.

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September 01, 2017, 03:33:10 AM
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Bittrex is an Exchange site, It isn't a wallet.
use that wallet who provides a private key for you.
it's very true, do not use Bittrex to save your Bitcoin because Bittrex not safe, use Blockchain or wallet offline, both the wallet is very proven safe and very recommended.

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September 01, 2017, 03:57:20 AM
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So i've just started with bitcoin one week ago, and my friend told me to keep my bitocin in coinbase. It's kinda interesting because all of my friend in my country have bitcoin are always keep and hold their bitcoin in coinbase. So i guess coinbase is such a good wallet for beginner huh ?! That's my opinion.
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September 01, 2017, 04:02:49 AM
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Electrum wallet is good

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September 01, 2017, 04:04:44 AM
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How many of you are actually considering between CryptoSteel and Nano S ledger/KK/Trezor as hardware wallet?

The reason that one choose Nano S Ledger is to purely prevent the case of a computer hack (how often would you get hack anyway?) but you still have to store your seed on paper (storing digitally would defeat the purpose) but losing that paper in any scenario would means the end of your coins. While as long as you made sure that your PC is secure (by not visiting malicious website is one), CryptoSteel seems to be more viable than a paper in that very sense.

P.S. Electrum (lightweight) as your desktop wallet would be something that I can recommend.

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September 01, 2017, 04:10:48 AM
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You should use blockchain, if you want to be in possesion of your bitcoins. You should use coinbase if you want to cash or buy bitcoins. You should use a hardware wallet as Tresor if you want the biggest safety. In my opinion blockchain is the best for know. Many people have been using it with satisfaction. When you can afford buy a hardware wallet. This is very good business.
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September 01, 2017, 04:17:56 AM
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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 prefer with bittrex because if you are in highest level and you activate 2fa, you don't have to worried. i only use blockchain in the past but i am not too familiar with blockchain so i leave from blockchain because i am too confusing with the new interface so i move my balance into exchanges. but blockchain is a secure wallet as we know to save into the right place.

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September 01, 2017, 04:21:44 AM
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check out exodus and Jaxx
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September 01, 2017, 04:25:54 AM
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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 can use mycelium or blockchain wallet for your bitcoin wallet,they are trusted when receiving and deposit also but they have fee also,here in philippines we use coins.ph wallet but with no fee,in your country try to search wallet from that because if you use mycelium and blockchain they for saving only you cant withdraw there

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September 01, 2017, 04:37:36 AM
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Actually, yes, i may need an Android wallet that allows me an easy access from my phone

If you are looking for an Android wallet then Mycelium is good. Enhanced privacy, good security features, you have complete control over your wallet/funds, not a fixed default fee, you can select from low-priority to high-priority fees, you can also buy or sell bitcoins locally through Mycelium marketplace and the wallet can easily be synced with hardware wallets like Trezor or Ledger.

In terms of security and ease of use Breadwallet is also good.

Blockchain wallet is also available on Android.

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September 01, 2017, 04:54:56 AM
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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!
Blockchain.info is online wallet bitcoins the most safe of online wallet there are no hacking issues be found on there, i don't recomendation to put the digital coins on bittrex, it is exchangers will be dangerous to put the coins on there because
you don't have any control of the coins, if the bittrex goes down. Never put all of coins on one of kinds of wallet online or offline wallet.
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September 01, 2017, 05:00:28 AM
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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!
The best bitcoin wallet that I know is the coins.ph. Coins.ph is the wallet that was tested to be legit and through coins .ph your bitcoin can able to grow and can able to be productive.You can make transactions through this application.
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September 01, 2017, 05:02:07 AM
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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, its an exchange and if you use it a wallet, store at your own risk.
Better to have an online and offline wallet. Try to install electrum or coinomi as you hold some private keys so you're the only one who will have access to it. Ans almost of the coins are listed here so no need to have many wallets.
Dont choose wallets that have a third parties as this is not secured.

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