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October 09, 2018, 11:07:57 PM
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Don't klick suspicious links

Many scammers will try to get your coins or personal informations, so keep this in mind if you click a suspicious link. There are many ways where they will try to scam you. Be very careful when you receive unasked PMs on Bitcointalk, in most cases there are suspicious links, don't click them if you are not 100% sure that they are legit. Better report these messages to moderators, the sender will receive an ban if it was a phishing PM.



I'll add more if I notice some new points.

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October 10, 2018, 12:31:53 PM
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I'm new here and i find all this information so useful.
I loose my first Bitcoin wallet because i lack all the knowledge shared herr.

Thanks again for the info.

Please, is MEW recommendable since its a Web Wallet and not App?
I need an Ethereum wallet.

Thanks again.
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December 13, 2018, 06:22:20 PM
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I'm new here and i find all this information so useful.
I loose my first Bitcoin wallet because i lack all the knowledge shared herr.

Thanks again for the info.

Please, is MEW recommendable since its a Web Wallet and not App?
I need an Ethereum wallet.

Thanks again.
Sorry for the late reply.

MEW is recommendable because it's also possible to create a MEW offline. However, I think using the official website is also safe, but I would recommend to create a MEW offline if you are planning to store more funds. You can download the official version from github and run it offline like always: https://github.com/kvhnuke/etherwallet/releases

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December 13, 2018, 09:14:43 PM
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Might be worth mentioning that in order to prepare for the worst case scenario you should teach one person how to access your funds in the eventuality you die. The person you trust with this information will obviously differ, but it would be an awful shame if you did have some funds stored away and your family could not access it once you have passed.

Just something to keep in mind!
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December 26, 2018, 09:58:05 PM
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Might be worth mentioning that in order to prepare for the worst case scenario you should teach one person how to access your funds in the eventuality you die. The person you trust with this information will obviously differ, but it would be an awful shame if you did have some funds stored away and your family could not access it once you have passed.

Just something to keep in mind!
Yes, good point. I'll add it to the OP and include a link to your post. Especially if you have huge funds it would be a pity to have no access anymore.

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