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April 08, 2018, 05:54:49 PM
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I am using imtoken. It can be installed on your phone. It is an app. It support eth and all eth tokens. Another wallet I am using is coinbase. It is also good. You can buy btc, eth and ltc with credit and debit card instantly. It is fast and low fee. Hope this helps.
Thanks a lot! I've installed imtoken on my phone - works fast and I want to believe that safety.
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April 08, 2018, 08:38:08 PM
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If you're planning on holding a large sum of crypto, you'll want security to be your biggest factor. For that, you can't go wrong with a hardware wallet like Ledger Nano, or Trezor. However, there are a lot of factors to consider when choosing a wallet, such as if you want a multi-currency wallet, or if you're seeking an exchange/wallet in one. We go over all these factors in our blog post, so check it out  Smiley

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April 08, 2018, 08:47:46 PM
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hardware= nano s

or just ETHOS!
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April 09, 2018, 02:13:29 AM
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i use hardware wallet Ledger Nano S

price $150/1
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April 09, 2018, 02:14:57 AM
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you try TREZOR or Ledger Nano S

Both are wallets using hardware. Very safe
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April 09, 2018, 07:59:23 AM
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I'm already using MEW & Coinpot wallet. I recommend it.
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April 09, 2018, 08:01:59 AM
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I highly recommend to you is Myetherwallet(MEW) for all Erc20 tokens and Ethreum base tokens MEW is safe as long as you have your private key.And some of my friends used it,mobile friendly,fast and reliable in any transactions.
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April 09, 2018, 08:09:47 AM
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i have searched some references on the internet regarding some wallet. But I sometimes do not believe in some reviews. So, I want to ask you which wallet is good and safe based on your experience.


For BTC I've tried Electrum.
For hard wallet I've tried Trezor and Ledger. Both of them work just fine. But I suggest you do some research before ordering one to make sure you purchase the original hard wallet.
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April 09, 2018, 08:25:43 AM
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You must try Trezor or Ledger Nano S. It's hardware wallet. Just like Flash Drive, easy to use and portable. If you want online wallet you can try Myetherwallet.
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April 09, 2018, 08:31:09 AM
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You can try it: https://www.myetherwallet.com!
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April 09, 2018, 09:15:16 AM
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Highly recommend imToken. Very intuitive interface and lots of extra security measures in place. Only shortcoming is that it doesn’t hold BTC.

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April 09, 2018, 02:41:50 PM
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Ledger Nano is the best for me
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April 09, 2018, 03:54:15 PM
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Hardware wallet - Trezor
Hot wallet- Mycelium
Best Overall- Paper (very risky-most should NOT do this)

There is absolutely no argument to be had when it comes to who has the best hardware wallet and that is Trezor.  I just got my Trezor Model T and it's amazing!  Ledger is garbage.  Trezor T has a one stop shop to do everything and it's simple.  Ledger's platform is in the form of apps, and it's difficult to use.  I'd personally never buy a hardware wallet outside these two.   (Some potential security issues with Ledger "man in the middle attack") ..either way you go only buy directly from the manufacturer.  I'm surprised we haven't seen fake Ledgers or Trezors from China yet, personally.

Paperwallets are the safest way to store bitcoin today, period.  HOWEVER...it is far too difficult for the vast majority of people to do safely.  By safely I don't just mean saving bitaddress.org to your desktop, unplugging your internet connection, as well as having a wired printer.  It's not that simple.  This option takes a tech savvy person who's done a lot of homework.

When you have to use a hot wallet..I really like Mycelium.  They make it very easy to upload paper-wallets, much more so than any hot wallet I can think of.  

I've spent a heck of a lot of time making sure this is all accurate info, talking to different "Mr Robot" types as well as testing this stuff myself. This is also for the most part echoed by Andreas Antonopoulos (guys if you don't know who this is you need to.  Check out his youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJWCJCWOxBYSi5DhCieLOLQ).  He really tries to avoid "promoting" companies so he'll say pick a hardware wallet and names a few different brands (normally both trezor and ledger w/no emphasis on either).  Also says the same thing I did about paper-wallets and mycelium.
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April 09, 2018, 09:05:06 PM
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It definitely depends on several factors including:

1. The amount of crypto in question
2. How the crypto will be used
3. User knowledge
4. Intended length of storage

There are many advantages and disadvantages of each type. We created a "Cryptopedia" which covers this exact topic:

https://midcrypto.com/pages/cryptopedia
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April 09, 2018, 11:24:02 PM
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i have searched some references on the internet regarding some wallet. But I sometimes do not believe in some reviews. So, I want to ask you which wallet is good and safe based on your experience.


It honestly depends on your preferences. If you're looking to store ERC20 tokens then MEW/Metamask is the way to go. If you're into more recognized tokens then I personally like Exodus Eden.
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April 09, 2018, 11:58:44 PM
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Browser/Plug-in

Pro: Though only available on Google Chrome, these easy-to-use wallets create and store your private keys on your computer and are always readily available.

Con: As with desktop clients, a web-based wallet is only as secure as the device on which your private key is stored. If the device becomes infected with malware, your key could be compromised.  Highly insecure.


* Examples and cost:

Myetherwallet: https://www.myetherwallet.com/ (Free)
MetaMask: https://metamask.io/ (Free)
Jaxx: https://jaxx.io/ (Free)
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April 10, 2018, 06:21:49 AM
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Browser/Plug-in

Pro: Though only available on Google Chrome, these easy-to-use wallets create and store your private keys on your computer and are always readily available.

Con: As with desktop clients, a web-based wallet is only as secure as the device on which your private key is stored. If the device becomes infected with malware, your key could be compromised.  Highly insecure.


* Examples and cost:

Myetherwallet: https://www.myetherwallet.com/ (Free)
MetaMask: https://metamask.io/ (Free)
Jaxx: https://jaxx.io/ (Free)


Or you could be smart and buy the most secure wallet by far which is Trezor.
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April 10, 2018, 07:47:17 AM
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Your wallet will depend on what coin you want to hold.  For me, Bitcoin I use Electrum, litecoin I use electrum-ltc, Ethereum I use MEW, online wallet I use Coinbase/gdax because ease of use and they are fdic insured. 
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April 10, 2018, 05:33:22 PM
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I'm currently using MyEtherWallet for ERC-20 tokens, NEON wallet for NEP5 tokens and Electrum for BTC and all of them work well.
That said, if you plan on holding your investments, consider getting a hardware wallet - much better in terms of security. Ledger Nano S and Trezor are two hardware wallets which are highly rated.

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April 10, 2018, 05:43:02 PM
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If you're committed to getting into crypto, just skip straight to a hardware wallet like a Ledger Nano S, or Tezor. These take a lot of the learning curve out of the equation, and in my opinion are a necessary step forward to consumer adoption. Simplicity is key, and these provide it.
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