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July 26, 2018, 11:00:11 AM
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What your device you want? Desktop or mobile. Electrum is the perfect choice

I think so. Electrum the best wallet for bitcoin
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July 26, 2018, 12:08:27 PM
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What your device you want? Desktop or mobile. Electrum is the perfect choice

I think so. Electrum the best wallet for bitcoin

Electrum is a decent wallet, but i would never go as far as calling it the "best wallet for bitcoin". Electrum, like many other wallets, have had their fair share of bugs that could have been used in various exploits.
ThomasV is a decent guy, he stands behind his software and is a valuable part of our community, but he's still the only "real" dev of electrum (AFAIK), a desktop wallet... Even after all his hard work, i'd still prefer a hardware wallet over electrum.
Offcourse, i do use electrum as a gui for my hardware wallets, since electrum's feature set far exceeds that of trezor's web wallet (for example).

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July 26, 2018, 04:56:10 PM
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you can use blockchain.info it's a good wallet, I have been using it since 2015
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July 26, 2018, 07:32:53 PM
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you can use blockchain.info it's a good wallet, I have been using it since 2015

I believe they changed their name to just BlockChain now (blockchain.com), but yeah they are good bet for online hot wallets.
I wouldn't use them for any large amounts though (I have been burned in the past w/ them, being less than 1% population who got affected by a hack).

Major rule, large amounts, please keep in something like cold storage.

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