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Where do you keep your crypto?

Discussion in 'Feedback/Suggestions' started by Taylor Freeman, Jul 17, 2022.

  1. Taylor Freeman

    Taylor Freeman New Member

    As I continue to watch videos and learn more about BTC and other crypto, my debate is where to hold everything. Previously, without much knowledge, I used Coinbase. There is something centralized about the fact that they charge for my purchase.
    My two questions:
    1) Where do you buy your crypto?
    2) Where do you keep/store your crypto/BTC?

  2. Ronald Waters

    Ronald Waters New Member

    A place to buy is not the problem, it's getting fiat into the system and getting BTC out at a good rate. Some will give you a good rate to buy them soak you to transfer out. The best place to buy depends on your situation. How much you buy and how often you transfer out??
    I like ledger for storage but it also depends on your situation. Do you have a safe place for the recovery keys??
    Rocky likes this.
  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Cold storage. You can Do it yourself with some basic training or pay someone to do it for you via unchained capital.
  4. Sandra

    Sandra New Member

    Ellipal is another cold wallet that's regarded as quite good as it doesn't need to connect to a computer network. It's done through QR codes.
    John Schumacher likes this.
  5. Daniel Renaud

    Daniel Renaud New Member

    Keep educating yourself. Your n=1 is not the same as anyone else’s. Listen to podcasts. Get on Clubhouse. Do the work! You’ll know what works for you.
    Rocky likes this.

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