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October 30, 2018, 10:16:29 AM
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i think if we affraid losing our money in cryptocurrency market, better dont join it in any ways.it is very risky for us.many challanges facing us in market such as wallet hacking or price dumping.



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October 30, 2018, 10:23:10 AM
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i think if we affraid losing our money in cryptocurrency market, better dont join it in any ways.it is very risky for us.many challanges facing us in market such as wallet hacking or price dumping.
I also think that those people who are afraid to take risks should not buy crypto. We must remember that cryptocurrency is a high-risk asset.

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October 30, 2018, 10:27:31 AM
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No need to worry and throw all your coins into one purse, keep on different and everything will be fine.  In case of hacking, you will lose only a part!
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October 30, 2018, 10:35:57 AM
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Losing money is a choice if you dont have some knowledge in choosing some project you will get into a scam. To prevent losing your money i think you should go to long term trading they have a possibilities to get some income in every trade.
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October 30, 2018, 02:42:22 PM
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Fear is the beginning of downfall. Remove fear, strive for success and you see it come to you. Having your assets in one wallet is not actually a good idea but splitting to many wallets? What if you forget you have some assets somewhere? Just be wise anyway.

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October 30, 2018, 02:46:00 PM
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As for Ethereum, if you do not have money for a hardware wallet, you can use the desktop version of MEW (install it on a computer not connected to the Internet) and generate transactions in it.
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October 30, 2018, 06:25:09 PM
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The difference between a successful and a defeated person is the spirit of optimism and resilience. Along with that is patience and wisdom and a bit reckless. I'm not too risky but i recommend having trust in Bitcoin because that's why we join the crypto market.
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October 30, 2018, 08:29:50 PM
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Do not be afraid of loss, if inevitable. If only you do nothing then lose nothing. Success is based on mistakes and losses, units pass this way without interference.
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October 30, 2018, 08:53:28 PM
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If I were you, I would shape my portfolio to keep my investments in more cryptocurrency. This reduces your risk of losing money. I certainly would not choose, also invest in all of the three cryptocurrency.

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October 30, 2018, 08:58:52 PM
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Now there is a situation that everyone is afraid of losing their money, so everyone keeps their coins in their wallet until there is a better time to get at least some benefit from the coins. Everyone expects market growth. Get patience and wait.

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October 30, 2018, 09:03:23 PM
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There are really only two types of wallets that are ever worth having: paper wallets and hardware wallets.

Paper wallets are free! You just keep you address and key written on something and then lock it away.
I know people who have an actual safe in their house and some that just hide it somewhere safe.
In america, you can use security lockboxes at banks that work well too.

For hardware wallets, the only two real choices are trezor and ledger (although there are more kinds).
I personally prefer the ledger nano s.
In order for someone to get your crypto, they would have to first steal the actual device, and also your pin, and also your keys, all at the same time.
That typically just doesn't happen, so is a very secure way to keep your crypto.

oh, and by the way, web wallets are the worst! stay away!

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October 31, 2018, 09:51:21 AM
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Hey, guys!

I become more and more nervous about my crypto safety.
I used different wallets for different coins before and now I want to choose one wallet for everything.
I have Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple.

The point is that even the biggest and as I thought the most reliable wallets have problems these days.
Money disappear somewhere, there's problems with access and withdrawals.

Can you recommend me a good, safe and reliable wallet, please?
I'm sure you have more experience in it.
hey, stop being afreaid! tat won't help you even eith the safest wallet in the world because your emotions really make your life, its quality. just relax and consider that they may dissaper or may not. don't make it overrated
Those people who do afraid from investing their money or from trading I do not think that they can make money from the market, they should try to find a passive job in a company and should try to avoid any kind of business. Some people are really not fit for any kind of business.
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October 31, 2018, 12:36:49 PM
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Nowadays many people are a concern on which wallet they have to use it to make their coins secure. As per mine experience, everyone has to use hardware wallets. Hardware wallet is safe and it might be impossible to hack.
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October 31, 2018, 07:45:00 PM
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Hey, guys!

I become more and more nervous about my crypto safety.
I used different wallets for different coins before and now I want to choose one wallet for everything.
I have Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple.

The point is that even the biggest and as I thought the most reliable wallets have problems these days.
Money disappear somewhere, there's problems with access and withdrawals.

Can you recommend me a good, safe and reliable wallet, please?
I'm sure you have more experience in it.

If you are afraid of losing, then enter the crypto currency with the amount of money that you will not regret losing. Each of course is its own figure, but I think that for a start and$ 100 you will be enough.

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October 31, 2018, 08:01:20 PM
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There are really only two types of wallets that are ever worth having: paper wallets and hardware wallets.

Paper wallets are free! You just keep you address and key written on something and then lock it away.
I know people who have an actual safe in their house and some that just hide it somewhere safe.
In america, you can use security lockboxes at banks that work well too.

For hardware wallets, the only two real choices are trezor and ledger (although there are more kinds).
I personally prefer the ledger nano s.
In order for someone to get your crypto, they would have to first steal the actual device, and also your pin, and also your keys, all at the same time.
That typically just doesn't happen, so is a very secure way to keep your crypto.

oh, and by the way, web wallets are the worst! stay away!
Everyone here is afraid of losing money and this is a good suggestion. Getting some profit is not an easy thing right now, so we have to keep it when we get it and choosing the best wallet is one of many ways to keep it. Hope we will get much profit here.
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November 04, 2018, 05:33:39 PM
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I think that all wallets are not safe. Sometimes there are even news about hacking hardware wallets. I think it's better to keep your coins in different wallets. And even on paper wallet.

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November 04, 2018, 05:41:59 PM
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I am also afraid of losing money. I used to be very risky and invested money in little-known projects. But it led to losses and therefore I invest only in the most reliable coins now.

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November 04, 2018, 05:54:56 PM
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If you were not afraid you would not be human, just ensure you use a cold storage wallet such as a ledger. I would avoid trezor as I have heard of bad updates which have resulted in people losing crypto.

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November 04, 2018, 06:11:45 PM
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Hey, guys!

I become more and more nervous about my crypto safety.
I used different wallets for different coins before and now I want to choose one wallet for everything.
I have Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple.

The point is that even the biggest and as I thought the most reliable wallets have problems these days.
Money disappear somewhere, there's problems with access and withdrawals.

Can you recommend me a good, safe and reliable wallet, please?
I'm sure you have more experience in it.

buy a hardware wallet to store your cryptocurrency,,
i think ledger nano s is good enough, you can keep your crypto in this wallet, not only bitcoin, but a lot of cryptocurrency include ethereum tokens my friend


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November 04, 2018, 06:13:01 PM
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If you were not afraid you would not be human, just ensure you use a cold storage wallet such as a ledger. I would avoid trezor as I have heard of bad updates which have resulted in people losing crypto.
Perhaps these were Trojans programs that were used specifically to steal cryptocurrency. This, too, is not necessary to exclude.
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