Storing Your Coins 2017-10-31T01:51:24+00:00

Desktop wallets

Desktop wallets are veiwed by some as the best place to store and trade cryptocurrencies. They are favoured by some in the community as being more secure because they store your assets on your hard drive as opposed to trusting an online exchange’s servers. And with the rapidly increasing interest in cryptocurrencies, some online platforms are struggling with the traffic and can be temperamental.

Cold storage

One of the best and most secure methods for storing your treasured coins is to keep them in a hardware wallet. This method is often favoured by the ‘HODLERS’ (yes the spelling is intentional). Those who buy cryptocurrencies, and just need a safe place to leave them to mature. Some leave them for years hoping for the prices to skyrocket.

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