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November 06, 2017, 04:31:51 PM
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There's a lot of bitcoin wallet in the app. Store but how can we trace if the app.that we are using is not a scum. Is there a fastest way to know and select which wallet app. Is the best to use for us begginers.
I think it is also depend on which country you are in. Here in our country coins.ph is most usable wallet since this wallet provides us to easily encash it here in our country. Some other says that paper wallet is also good. I don't still try that but I just also want to know how to use it maybe this week I will search for it.



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November 09, 2017, 11:24:23 PM
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I use Bitcoin core wallet with prune mode enabled, so I don't have to keep the entire blockchain on my hard disk!

I personally recommend it as it's the best way to have a FULL wallet without having to waste a lot of space.

My entire Bitcoin directory is around 2.5 Gb.

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November 10, 2017, 07:34:47 AM
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For me here in the Philippines Coins.ph is the best bitcoin wallet in our countries because there are lot of features and advantages when you use coins.ph for example you want to load your smartphone you can use coins.ph as the reloading of your phones load and will get a 10% free for the total amount of your load. Also payments through coins.ph is fast and reliable.

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November 14, 2017, 12:10:44 AM
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There's a lot of bitcoin wallet in the app. Store but how can we trace if the app.that we are using is not a scum. Is there a fastest way to know and select which wallet app. Is the best to use for us begginers.
Blockchain is essentially a public ledger of cryptocurrency transactions (e.g. Bitcoin) shared globally and driven by a consensus mechanism that ensures transparency, trust and accuracy for all transactions conducted.
There’s no need for banks, government institutions or other centralized intermediaries because the blockchain is verified by all parties so that the value, use and transactions can only be executed via unanimous agreement. Blockchain acts like a complete banking transaction history that is organized chronologically. Each block is like an individual bank statement with the entire database of transactions being shared by all parties (or nodes) in a system.
Just as the Internet became the first native digital platform for the transmission and dissemination of information, blockchain is the first native digital platform for value. And that means significant implications for businesses and consumers alike.

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Today at 08:01:34 AM
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I'm ok with coinbase.
Here is also a discussion on reddit, you may find some info.
https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/5w8nlu/best_bitcoin_wallet_of_2017/
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Today at 08:12:10 AM
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for me , best bitcoin wallet would be  a  hardware wallet.  Hardware wallets are secure, offline devices. They store your private keys offline so they can't be hacked.

but if you are not fond if this, you can have a desktop wallet.  example would be , Electrum , it is a light weight Bitcoin wallet  you cacn use for Mac, Linux, and Windows. Electrum was created in November 2011. The main features of Electrum are: support for hardware wallets (such as TREZOR, Ledger Nano and KeepKey), and secure Bitcoin storage using an offline computer. this  is a good option for both beginners and advanced users.

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