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October 10, 2018, 01:44:21 PM
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To keep safe of your token, we need to keep everything is needed. Like using exchange platform you need to activate 2FA for us not to be hack our account in the exchange. Then most of the exchange has KYC you/we must past it also if necessary, moreover, if you are using MEW always keep the private key on safest place which you are the only one knows about it also.
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October 10, 2018, 01:51:12 PM
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The recent happenings of  hack are becoming rampant that exchanges are no longer safe. If the exchanges can get hacked this means you and me stand no chance at all so in view of this if you can do get cold wallet/ Web wallet to keep ur funds safe,  never leave ur long term bags on any exchange.

Do not visit random links and also stay away from airdrops requiring your private keys or Passphrase.

Do not store your private key or passphrase online.

It's called a private key or passphrase because only you should have it and not even the developers of the app has access to it and that is why if you lose your keys you have equally lost your walllet.

Stay positive and waiting for the bull run.
Stay safe everyone!

Hacking is not a surprise since everything now in crypto revolves in the internet. But it is up to us to secure our own funds for us not to be hacked.
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October 10, 2018, 02:21:27 PM
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It is also very important to start with keeping your e-mailbox safe, as all of the hacking starts with e-mails. From having someone's e-mail it's more than halfway to get someones account on crypto exchanges hacked. Just an advice, use the 2fa verification, such as Google Authenticator or other apps to keep it safe and change the passwords from time to time, to make it even safer.

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October 10, 2018, 02:49:41 PM
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To keep safe of your token, we need to keep everything is needed. Like using exchange platform you need to activate 2FA for us not to be hack our account in the exchange. Then most of the exchange has KYC you/we must past it also if necessary, moreover, if you are using MEW always keep the private key on safest place which you are the only one knows about it also.
in my opinion, I only secure my wallet and coin with myself and the existing security applications on Google that I believe to be just like that and easy to implement and run...
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October 10, 2018, 03:01:03 PM
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I agree with your opinion, in this era we should be very careful with the links, the web that we have mentioned to prevent hackers. Choose a good operating system on your computer, pay attention to your security, stay away from the links that strangers send to you. Do not let the unfortunate happen.
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October 10, 2018, 03:09:03 PM
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Thanks for an educational thread. I think most important thing is to keep your wallet keys safe and never post them anywhere.
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October 10, 2018, 03:48:32 PM
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Thanks for an educational thread. I think most important thing is to keep your wallet keys safe and never post them anywhere.

And don't just click an any phishing links from the strangers/ someone that you didn't know or in any website. It's better to make a lot of research, protect your personal information especially your keys.
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October 10, 2018, 03:53:04 PM
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being safety is about how secure your wallet, exchange, ur website or your computer, its about it its about you, its about yhe person that lacks knowledge on cyber security  on how this hackers steal  if you have idea how they do then u be able to safeguard urself,self education is the key

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October 10, 2018, 04:03:37 PM
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The recent happenings of  hack are becoming rampant that exchanges are no longer safe. If the exchanges can get hacked this means you and me stand no chance at all so in view of this if you can do get cold wallet/ Web wallet to keep ur funds safe,  never leave ur long term bags on any exchange.

Do not visit random links and also stay away from airdrops requiring your private keys or Passphrase.

Do not store your private key or passphrase online.

It's called a private key or passphrase because only you should have it and not even the developers of the app has access to it and that is why if you lose your keys you have equally lost your walllet.

Stay positive and waiting for the bull run.
Stay safe everyone!
I do agree with this! people should be more vigilant in all aspects especially cryptocurrency is a internet based transactions. Hackers are becoming more and more intelligent so even a highly secured exchanges can penetrate by these greedy people. Always read and research first before junping into a transaction or whatever you do in cryptocurrency world.
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October 10, 2018, 04:03:44 PM
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Thanks for an educational thread. I think most important thing is to keep your wallet keys safe and never post them anywhere.

And don't just click an any phishing links from the strangers/ someone that you didn't know or in any website. It's better to make a lot of research, protect your personal information especially your keys.
that is what we must do, we must be more careful in storing and securing our private keys, and do not tell anyone about our private keys, other than the people we truly trust, because our private keys are of course very valuable , so we have to be more careful in caring for him and really paying attention it.

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October 10, 2018, 04:05:52 PM
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The recent happenings of  hack are becoming rampant that exchanges are no longer safe. If the exchanges can get hacked this means you and me stand no chance at all so in view of this if you can do get cold wallet/ Web wallet to keep ur funds safe,  never leave ur long term bags on any exchange.

Do not visit random links and also stay away from airdrops requiring your private keys or Passphrase.

Do not store your private key or passphrase online.

It's called a private key or passphrase because only you should have it and not even the developers of the app has access to it and that is why if you lose your keys you have equally lost your walllet.

Stay positive and waiting for the bull run.
Stay safe everyone!

Phishing attacks are now starting to develop well, even experts are often caught in the trap of phishing links that will be redirected to the owner's original account, we should be aware of threats like this
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October 10, 2018, 04:19:06 PM
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You stil can secure your asset with the things which is your mentioned above such as do not give your private keys to someone else but regarding use exchange then for their securities system you can not do more for that because if someday the exchange got hack then nothing you can do unless accept it and indeed the tips still such as people says that do not save all of your funds to an exchange for long term and i think this is the best advice at this time
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October 10, 2018, 04:28:50 PM
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My way of security is that i dont keep all my coins in exchange i just keep that much coin which i trade and if anything happens nothing will effect me as every week i just take out my profit and only keep the initial trading coins in the exchange. I keep my wallets in offline computers which i use only for wallet access purpose. For daily working i use separate desktop so like this i am safe from getting my wallet hacked.
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October 10, 2018, 04:33:53 PM
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The recent happenings of  hack are becoming rampant that exchanges are no longer safe. If the exchanges can get hacked this means you and me stand no chance at all so in view of this if you can do get cold wallet/ Web wallet to keep ur funds safe,  never leave ur long term bags on any exchange.

Do not visit random links and also stay away from airdrops requiring your private keys or Passphrase.

Do not store your private key or passphrase online.

It's called a private key or passphrase because only you should have it and not even the developers of the app has access to it and that is why if you lose your keys you have equally lost your walllet.

Stay positive and waiting for the bull run.
Stay safe everyone!

You should protect your computer and accounts from hacking. Then your safety will increase, but there are still risks.
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October 10, 2018, 04:37:22 PM
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If you want to be safe choose AML BitCoin. No one will steal your coins. This is the only coin compliant with AML and KYC.
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October 11, 2018, 03:11:08 AM
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If you want to be safe choose AML BitCoin. No one will steal your coins. This is the only coin compliant with AML and KYC.

Ignoring the fact that it's an altcoin, how exactly would AML and KYC make your coins safe? Those procedures are in place to protect businesses that facilitate a lot of cash flow from liability in case illegal entities exploit them. They do nothing to protect the users themselves, much less from hackings.

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October 11, 2018, 03:25:26 AM
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Currently there are many applications that contain many viruses and we are very difficult to avoid. Instead of being careful in every click, we should buy a hard purse. I have been using it for over a year and no hacker can ever get into my wallet stole my bitcoin.
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October 11, 2018, 04:10:26 AM
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it is very important to be safe before investing, because sometimes you may invest on wrong crypto and it leads to lost tour invest so be aware of crypto that u want to invest.
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October 11, 2018, 04:38:39 AM
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The recent happenings of  hack are becoming rampant that exchanges are no longer safe. If the exchanges can get hacked this means you and me stand no chance at all so in view of this if you can do get cold wallet/ Web wallet to keep ur funds safe,  never leave ur long term bags on any exchange.

Do not visit random links and also stay away from airdrops requiring your private keys or Passphrase.

Do not store your private key or passphrase online.

It's called a private key or passphrase because only you should have it and not even the developers of the app has access to it and that is why if you lose your keys you have equally lost your walllet.

Stay positive and waiting for the bull run.
Stay safe everyone!
It is this basic thing that all investors must be aware of, especially for beginners, because the security of your assets is a priority in cryptocurrency but based on my experience storing coins in Large exchanges is quite safe because they hold many coins of investors. So you don't have to worry if what you choose is a big exchange.
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October 11, 2018, 05:02:39 AM
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Thanks for an educational thread. I think most important thing is to keep your wallet keys safe and never post them anywhere.
That's correct, you don't have to post it and don't ever post it even in your emails.

Keep it offline and write it down on a piece of paper so no one can gain access to you but only you. Don't expose it that it is your private key. Do something creative by keeping it or jumbling with other words that a crypto folk won't understand that it is your private key.

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