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June 01, 2018, 04:21:44 PM
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Looking for a secure place to store my bitcoins. What do you recommend? I found a few here, but looking for more feedback: http://cryptomarketmag.com/2018/01/07/best-bitcoin-wallets-2018/

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There are many best wallet that you could use and its up to you what wallet you want to use. Furthermore, we all know there are kinds of wallet like online and offline wallet. But, I usually use online wallet like blockchain and coinbase.

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June 01, 2018, 04:40:29 PM
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If you do have enough money I prefer buying a hardware wallet, I assure you that getting a hardware wallet can store your bitcoins much more better because you can keep it off in the web which is dangerous, though I am not saying that non-hardware wallets can easily be robbed, its also keeping your keys and important info hidden somewhere that hackers cannot get into.

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June 01, 2018, 04:47:12 PM
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I strongly suggest you to use a hardware wallet if you have some important coins, for sure they are the safest way to store BTC, ETH etc etc.
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June 01, 2018, 04:55:35 PM
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Yes if you want to get maximum security for your Bitcoin, I think you should use Bitcoin hardware wallet. I use trezor. Please consider using it.To ensure that your ownership is safe for hackers and phishing sites. Because now people are not concerned with this phishing site until they become victims of this scumbag, the best thing to do is to install metamask extenstion in your browser.
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June 01, 2018, 08:44:38 PM
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Looking for a secure place to store my bitcoins. What do you recommend? I found a few here, but looking for more feedback: http://cryptomarketmag.com/2018/01/07/best-bitcoin-wallets-2018/

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I lately transfer some of my few funds in Electrum, and base on my observation of using it for a couple of months now, I don't seem to have any problem at all. So yes, it's true that it belongs to current reputable wallets ever existed. Then I recommend you to use electrum

My opinion about the best bitcoins wallet depending of cryptocurrency technologies, trends and values changing on a daily basis, it can often be hard to keep track of the latest best practices. One of the most important considerations to make as the best bitcoin wallet investor or owner is where to store them. So you need to know the best bitcoin wallets.
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June 01, 2018, 08:49:38 PM
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Exmo.com - a very convenient wallet, you can immediately change among themselves bitcoins to other crypto-currencies, and most importantly, there is an opportunity to immediately change bitcoins and dogecoins to dollars, rubles or euros and withdraw to dozens of different payment cards.
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June 01, 2018, 08:57:24 PM
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if I wear myEtherwallet wallet.
so far it's safe on the coins I have, the whole thing is that the wallet is secure with the privacy that's been applied and proven to be safe.
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June 15, 2018, 08:11:05 AM
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When you buy Bitcoin it is advisable to store it in a wallet where you hold the private keys but due to the technicalities involved most people prefer to hold it in exchanges which are prone to hacking. You can check out the best wallets for bitcoin, market cap, current price, price prediction and exchanges for conversions here: https://coinswitch.co/coins/bitcoin
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October 29, 2018, 02:03:35 PM
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Looking for a secure place to store my bitcoins. What do you recommend? I found a few here, but looking for more feedback: http://cryptomarketmag.com/2018/01/07/best-bitcoin-wallets-2018/

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Personally I just use used wallet that has safety features, as long as there is 2FA its an acceptable storage. In my country, there is a well recognized wallet that allows people to safely store funds. This wallet is like an exchanger, the wallet allows holders to convert local fiat to bitcoin and etherium. Another good feature is that, there were institutions partnered to the wallet company. Goods and services are also available for the users.

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October 29, 2018, 02:08:23 PM
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I would still prefer an open source software wallet like HODLER, we need a wallet that basically offers security to our funds. Knowing that yiu can see the source help us quickly fix the potential vulnerabilities that may arise. Hodler wallet is tge only open source multiwallet, havint this gives you security and simplicity since multiple asset can be organize on it. Having wallet such as HODLER assures us that our fubd arr well kept and free from any malicious file to get our keys since it is encrypted.
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October 30, 2018, 12:23:46 AM
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If you are investing, as in you actually plan to hodl, nothing beats a paper wallet made offline.
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Looking for a secure place to store my bitcoins. What do you recommend? I found a few here, but looking for more feedback

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For the highest level of security, hard wallets like Ledger Nano and Trezor work best. But they cost you money. If you would like to go for a free option, there are some really good soft wallets available. What has really bothered me about crypto wallets is their inability to tackle security issues like theft. I was recently exploring some options and I came across this wallet app. It has this anti-theft wipe feature that allows users to erase wallet data remotely from a stolen device. Also, it supports built-in multiple currency swap. It is called PINT. You can check it out on Google Play:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pint.app

    
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October 30, 2018, 05:35:48 AM
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Coinbase is my choice, in the process of experiencing it, I have not encountered any problems with it, so I am quite comfortable and satisfied.
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October 30, 2018, 02:14:49 PM
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I will tell what wallet i used when i start using bitcoin and until now. I used blockchain info first time i used bitcoin, after i used a BTC wallet app for android, and after more time i used mycelium on android phone. After more time i used electrum on PC and also on phone. Now i use hardware wallet, ledger nano s on PC, and on phone sometimes, mycelium and bitpay app. I recommend hardware wallet.
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October 30, 2018, 02:28:32 PM
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If you only use Bitcoin the best option is Bitcoin Qt (Bitcoin Core) and running a full node, if you hold large amounts of bitcoin running a full node is your best option to 100% verify all transactions by yourself. If you don't hold large amount or have bad internet connection that doesn't allow for downloading a full blockchain, choose smaller wallet like Electrum but always remember to only consider wallets that are fully open source. If you plan or using other cryptocurrencies and not only Bitcoin, HODLER Wallet is a good option since it is the only fully open source multiwallet.
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October 30, 2018, 11:20:52 PM
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there are some bitcoin wallets. These are drkstop wallets, web wallets, Mobile wallets, hardware wallets and paper wallets. web wallet is a online wallet. bitcoins stored in a online wallet. it is low secured. Dekstop wallets stored bitcoins in dekstop. if dekstop will crashed the bitcoins will lost. hardware wallets is the secured wallet. it is portable like as peb drive. bitcoins stored in portable hardware.

that is a good idea of you. Hardware wallet is the safe wallet, and I am trying with it without any problems
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October 30, 2018, 11:30:05 PM
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I will tell what wallet i used when i start using bitcoin and until now. I used blockchain info first time i used bitcoin, after i used a BTC wallet app for android, and after more time i used mycelium on android phone. After more time i used electrum on PC and also on phone. Now i use hardware wallet, ledger nano s on PC, and on phone sometimes, mycelium and bitpay app. I recommend hardware wallet.

If you consider to choose a software wallet that doesn't just hold Bitcoin, you may choose HODLER wallet. Firts thing first in choosing a wallet is knowing if the software is open source. Security is the most important consideration in choosing a wallet. Allowing you to see potential vulnerabilities is a need since you'll be able to resolve and fix the threats. Avoid using exchanges and closed source software in storing funds, it is always better if you yourself has the private key in your hand.
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October 31, 2018, 04:34:47 AM
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Looking for a secure place to store my bitcoins. What do you recommend? I found a few here, but looking for more feedback

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I have been using Local Bitcoin for a very long time now and I have not been having any issue with them.I will suggest you try Local Bitcoin for you. Thanks.
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October 31, 2018, 09:17:53 AM
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The blockchain is a technology that enables Bitcoin and other digital money to survive. Expect to hear more about Blockchain far beyond the digital money world. Blockchain.com (formerly blockchain.info) is similar to Coinbase in that it is an online wallet, but you can not buy or sell directly through Blockchain, meaning your Bitcoin store is separate from the Bitcoin market yours.
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October 31, 2018, 05:30:43 PM
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The blockchain is a technology that enables Bitcoin and other digital money to survive. Expect to hear more about Blockchain far beyond the digital money world. Blockchain.com (formerly blockchain.info) is similar to Coinbase in that it is an online wallet, but you can not buy or sell directly through Blockchain, meaning your Bitcoin store is separate from the Bitcoin market yours.

The guy is just saying "what are the best bitcoin wallets" and you start to debate about the blockchain tech. to then mention .blockchain.com and Coinbase (<.<) A web-based wallet and a company product is surely not the better way to decently store your bitcoins.
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I have been using Local Bitcoin for a very long time now and I have not been having any issue with them.I will suggest you try Local Bitcoin for you.

Same here, not the best way.

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