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March 26, 2019, 07:24:59 AM
Last edit: March 26, 2019, 11:52:07 AM by Stella_btc
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Bitcoin needs no introduction for the crypto enthusiasts who spend a day, not without checking the value of the cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin- the father of the cryptocurrencies. Even the folks who don’t follow the crypto market might have heard of Bitcoin at least once for sure. For them, let me simplify what Bitcoin is all about in a brief way.

To be honest, Bitcoin and its underlying technology can’t be explained just in a paragraph but can try to get you a hack of it. There are more than 1500 cryptocurrencies in the world and is still growing. Out of that, Bitcoin is ranked one in terms of its market capitalization and its worth, too.


As Bitcoin has gained the popularity, the hacking events also went on increasing, so it is very important to store your precious Bitcoins securely so that you don’t lose out. To store Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies, there is a platform called wallets, which helps you secure your currencies, with the only access available to you. To create a Bitcoin wallet, you must first choose which type of wallet you want, viz, Hardware Wallet, Paper Wallet, Desktop Wallet and Online Wallet) by means of a platform. You must be aware of bitcoin wallet details before storing it in a wallet. Below, Bitcoin wallets explained which can guide you choose the best.


Let's take a look at the updated and best Bitcoin wallets in 2019 | Compare and Choose the best Bitcoin wallet with this latest review on Bitcoin wallets:[/b]
Ledger Nano S
Ledger Nano S is a USB sized cryptocurrency hardware wallet which is best for Ethereum transactions. It is multi-asset hardware which looks like a folding drive. The good part is that it can store Bitcoins, Ethereum, Ethereum tokens and more than 30 other digital currencies. It works like a USB device, which when connected needs the device to confirm the transactions.

Trezor

Trezor is a hardware Bitcoin wallet which also acts like a USB device, which works on “Zero Trust Approach”, which lessens the third-party compromise. It is one of the best Bitcoin hardware wallets.

Keep Key

Keep Key secures Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin, Dash, and Namecoin. They claim to be virus or malware proof, and assets are secured from thieves and hackers.

Exodus

Exodus is a desktop supported cryptocurrency wallet which deserves to be included in the bitcoin wallet list. Exodus supports nearly three dozen cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dash, Zcash, Ethereum among the popular ones.

Electrum Wallet

Electrum was mainly known for supporting Bitcoin and is widely considered to be a trusted software wallet in the bitcoin community. Electrum Wallet is a lightweight and easy platform to store your BTC holdings securely, where the bitcoin wallet sign up is convenient and easy.

Read here all the Bitcoin wallets compared make a better decision while choosing the best Bitcoin wallet for you.
https://coinswitch.co/news/top-22-best-bitcoin-wallets-2019

Let's dicuss your opinion as well..thanks
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March 26, 2019, 07:30:01 AM
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1. Since the thread is named "latest bitcoin wallets" it should stay in Bitcoin area, not altcoin.
2. Electrum is far from "latest", although it's one of the best (even with the issues it had).
2a. Same goes fro Trezor / Ledger / ...
3. Since you discuss about "new" you should indeed review newer wallets. Like Samourai wallet, like the newer hardware wallets, like some wallets that support LN.

So your review is more than one year late. Please adapt to current year.

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March 26, 2019, 08:01:47 AM
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Thank you so much for your opinion. Could please explain in your point of view which are the newer wallets very much qurious to know...thanks

You could start searching on Bitcointalk.
Some results would be:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5123436.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1433083.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5107682.0

However, the whole Wallets section and its sub-sections should be of help for a better start.

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Bitcoin needs no introduction for the crypto enthusiasts who spend a day, not without checking the value of the cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin- the father of the cryptocurrencies. Even the folks who don’t follow the crypto market might have heard of Bitcoin at least once for sure. For them, let me simplify what Bitcoin is all about in a brief way.

To be honest, Bitcoin and its underlying technology can’t be explained just in a paragraph but can try to get you a hack of it. There are more than 1500 cryptocurrencies in the world and is still growing. Out of that, Bitcoin is ranked one in terms of its market capitalization and its worth, too.


As Bitcoin has gained the popularity, the hacking events also went on increasing, so it is very important to store your precious Bitcoins securely so that you don’t lose out. To store Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies, there is a platform called wallets, which helps you secure your currencies, with the only access available to you. To create a Bitcoin wallet, you must first choose which type of wallet you want, viz, Hardware Wallet, Paper Wallet, Desktop Wallet and Online Wallet) by means of a platform. You must be aware of bitcoin wallet details before storing it in a wallet. Below, Bitcoin wallets explained which can guide you choose the best.



Let's take a look at the updated and best Bitcoin wallets in 2019 | Compare and Choose the best Bitcoin wallet with this latest review on Bitcoin wallets:[/b]
Ledger Nano S
Ledger Nano S is a USB sized cryptocurrency hardware wallet which is best for Ethereum transactions. It is multi-asset hardware which looks like a folding drive. The good part is that it can store Bitcoins, Ethereum, Ethereum tokens and more than 30 other digital currencies. It works like a USB device, which when connected needs the device to confirm the transactions.

Trezor

Trezor is a hardware Bitcoin wallet which also acts like a USB device, which works on “Zero Trust Approach”, which lessens the third-party compromise. It is one of the best Bitcoin hardware wallets.

Keep Key

Keep Key secures Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin, Dash, and Namecoin. They claim to be virus or malware proof, and assets are secured from thieves and hackers.

Exodus

Exodus is a desktop supported cryptocurrency wallet which deserves to be included in the bitcoin wallet list. Exodus supports nearly three dozen cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dash, Zcash, Ethereum among the popular ones.

Electrum Wallet

Electrum was mainly known for supporting Bitcoin and is widely considered to be a trusted software wallet in the bitcoin community. Electrum Wallet is a lightweight and easy platform to store your BTC holdings securely, where the bitcoin wallet sign up is convenient and easy.

Read here all the Bitcoin wallets compared make a better decision while choosing the best Bitcoin wallet for you.
https://coinswitch.co/news/top-22-best-bitcoin-wallets-2019

Let's dicuss your opinion as well..thanks


You write about Bitcoin and then convert it into a platform ad. I can understan you create a platform name is coinswitch. But this is not to advertise area. And I'm following it consciously! The Forum began to turn into such advertising activities. Links, photos ... Everything is showing that your goal is not to throw useful post, make advertising. I don't like this posts. I hope admin will take care of this!

Unfortunately, the forum started to be polluted in many ways. I'm trying to remain silent, but in this episode there were informative and useful things. Now, almost 50% of it carries advertising content.

You can see here the proof. This links create from same person;

1- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5124711.msg50319264#msg50319264
2- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5123158.msg50255710#msg50255710
3- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5121958.msg50216305#msg50216305
4- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5115046.msg49949465#msg49949465
5- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5114609.msg49932444#msg49932444
6- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5111774.msg49817014#msg49817014
7- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5111356.msg49801523#msg49801523
8- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5109483.msg49720913#msg49720913
9- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5108891.msg49703014#msg49703014

I can understand some useful info in there but this info has already shared in here! And I don't think this message created for usefull info. This is completely advertisement.
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